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Sen$e: Dairy Sen$e ®

For youth ages 18–25

Sen$e: Dairy Sen$e ®

May 7-9, 2020

If you plan to be involved in the dairy industry in any way, Dairy Sen$e® is for you. 

Through guest speakers, case studies, facility tours and networking with industry leaders, you will gain practical skills that will assist in running a profitable dairy operation. 

At Dairy Sen$e, you will learn the impact of management decisions on the bottom line, gain management skills from some of the most successful dairy farmers in Ontario, find out the key elements of a succession plan and network with other young dairy farmers. Each year brings new speakers, tours for participants and a chance to win a trip to the World Dairy Expo.

Attending Dairy Sen$e will give you insight and knowledge that you can bring back to your farm. The program offers an invaluable, intensive opportunity to learn the business and operations of dairy.


Maximum participants: 45 


Dairy Sen$e® is co-managed with the Ontario Holstein Branch.
Recently, 4-H Ontario conducted a research study on the impact the Dairy Sen$e conference is having on participants. Further information on this research study can be found here
To view a video from 2014's Dairy Sen$e Conference click here. 

For participants from across Ontario

Application Deadline: March 31, 2020

Event Date: May 7 - 9, 2020
Trent University, Peterborough, ON

Cost: $220.35 incl HST (incl. accommodations, meals, tour travel and resource materials)
Registration is on a first come, first serve basis.

Please read the Camp, Conference and Competition Registration Policies in Section O-M-13 of Policy 4.2.1 4-H Participants here.

Please read the 4-H Inclusion Statement here.

This program is managed by 4-H Ontario and Ontario Holsteins:


For more information please contact:

4-H Ontario’s Coordinator, Events 
1.877.410.6748 x468

Thank You to Our Sponsors



4-H Ontario is generously supported with funding from the Ontario Ministry of Agriculture, Food & Rural Affairs

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