Orlando Gil, TCTS Global, shares his thoughts on the future of Latinos in agriculture.
The old story “Acres of Diamonds” told by Russell Conwell in the early 20th century, may ring true today when one considers the growth of the Latino population and our present and future needs for talent in Agriculture.
What does this have to do with Latinos and the present and future needs for talent in Agriculture? Do Latinos represent “acres of diamonds” when it comes to future leadership in Agriculture?
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Don Tyler, agriculture management coach and advisor and DairyCast Headliner, talks about how we can recruit and train employees for long term success.
Transitioning ownership in your operation may be the most important aspect of your legacy. Tips on doing it correctly are offered by Mike Fassler, Vice President of Consulting for Salisbury Management Services.
Dr. Rick Kohn, University of Maryland, offers some advice on improving the environmental impact of your operation as well as using milk urea nitrogen (MUN) as a management tool to reduce cost and negative effects
How we handle employee conflicts can make a big difference, some tips from Agriculture Management Coach, Don Tyler