Dairy farmers and allied members of the dairy community will enjoy a day of fun and networking on June 13 at the 17th annual Dairy Golf Classic, coordinated by the Dairy Business Association (DBA). The event, which moves around the state each year, will be held in northeast Wisconsin at Fox Hills Resort in Mishicot.
“A beautiful day on the golf course is the perfect reward after a long winter and wet spring in Wisconsin,” said Maria Woldt, DBA’s director of industry relations and one of the event organizers. “Opportunities for farmers to build camaraderie with fellow farmers and corporate representatives enhances the dairy-advocacy work at the core of DBA.”
The cost through May 20 is $150 per person or $600 for a foursome. After May 20, it’s $175 per person and $700 for a foursome. Register at dairyforward.com/DBAgolf.