Rapidly advancing technology promises significant change in the dairy industry in the coming years. Jack Uldrich will be speaking in Wisconsin and California to share his research and perspective on what we might expect.
NEENAH, Wisc., January 12, 2018 (Newswire.com) - What might the future hold for the dairy industry? Best-selling author and international keynote speaker Jack Uldrich will be in Neenah, Wisconsin, today for the first of two keynotes for the dairy industry this month. There, he will be speaking at an event for Galloway Company, a leading specialty dairy product manufacturer. He then travels to Palm Desert, California on Jan. 22 where he will address the International Dairy Foods Association.
When it comes to the world of dairy farming, Global Futurist Jack Uldrich says, "Innovation in the field starts with imagination. Dairy farmers, producers and leaders will profit from taking time out to ponder the future."
In his recent article, What's Next in Farming: Ten Trends Transforming Agriculture in 2017–and Beyond, he discusses trends in the areas of artificial intelligence, blockchain technology, microbiome and bio-pesticides, cultured meat and home farming robots, all of which could increasingly impact agriculture and dairy production in the coming years.
When it comes to the world of dairy farming, innovation in the field starts with imagination. Dairy farmers, producers and leaders will profit from taking time out to ponder the future.
Uldrich also adds big data, prescriptive planting, and precision farming to the list of the many game-changing trends in agriculture today.
Uldrich, a well-recognized global futurist and author of eleven books, specializes in delivering authoritative speeches on future trends, emerging technologies, innovation, change management and leadership both nationally and internationally. One of his areas of expertise in agriculture.
As a regular speaker for ag-based audiences like the Minnesota Dairy Council, Agricultural Production Executives Association, Ag Partners, O'Lakes, Case IH, AgGateway, and the California Ag Summit, Uldrich has his finger firmly on the pulse of these rapid shifts affecting the world of agriculture.
To learn more about Uldrich's work with the dairy industry, his books, daily blog or his speaking availability, visit his website.
Source: Jack Uldrich & The School of Unlearning