DairyCast update for March 9th, 2009, Simplifying EPA dust regulations

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Update for March 9th, 2009

This week will be an exciting week as many leaders in the dairy industry will travel to Reno, Nevada. The Western Dairy Management Conference (http://www.wdmc.org/) is packed full of great topics and sessions by the experts in their field. I hope that you have made plans to be there.

I look forward to visiting with many of you during the social time to learn about the challenges you are currently facing. If you won’t be able to make it to the event, drop me a message and let me know what’s on your mind: feedback@dairycast.com. I look forward to sharing several conversations from the conference on future programs here at DairyCast.com.

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