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Dairy Girl Network (DGN) announces four Growing TogetHER Field Days to be held in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

The Field Days are a hands-on learning event with in-field demonstrations that have been developed specifically to enable dairywomen to be able to go back to their own farm and understand how they can improve their corn silage production. By attending, Dairy Girl Network members and attendees will receive tools and knowledge to identify problems and improve agronomics in their own fields as well as access to a team of agronomy experts willing to help.

The four locations include:
  • Michigan on Tuesday, June 5th at De Grins Oer Dairy, Blanchard, MI;
  • Pennsylvania on Wednesday, June 6th at Clinton Co. Extension Office and Dotterer Dairy, Mill Hall, PA;
  • Minnesota on Tuesday, June 26th at Quarry Hill Dairy LLC, Rolling Stone, MN; and
  • Wisconsin on Tuesday, August 7th at Jauquet’s Hillview Dairy, Luxemburg, WI.

The events will begin with doors opening at 10:30 a.m. The Field Day will begin at 11:00 a.m. and end at 3:00 p.m. The Field Day experience costs $20.00 and includes lunch along with several Dairy Girl Network and Mycogen Seeds swag items.

Please pre-register for this event at or email with questions about the event. Thank you to our sponsor, Mycogen Seeds, for bringing us the Growing TogetHER Field Days program.

Dairy Girl Network partners with organizations valuing personal and professional development for dairywomen. The Dairy Girl Network is supported by vision sponsors: Dairy Herd Management, Diamond V and Mycogen Seeds, in addition to contributions by event and conference sponsors. Learn more about the organization at

The Dairy Girl Network connects all women of the dairy industry, encouraging ideas and camaraderie in an effort to achieve personal and professional development. Designed as a welcoming network of passionate women involved in dairy, relationships will grow through shared experience, support and inspiration.