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Feed & Grain LIVE is your go-to destination for networking, education and growth. Let us connect you digitally with our network of leading industry speakers and experts through our free Wednesday Webinar Series. Engaging, to-the-point, 30-minute webinars on topics that matter to you and your business.

July 15th, 2020 (archive)

Managing Multi-Generational Workplaces

This webinar will address challenges managers sometimes face with four generations working under one roof.

Speaker Lindsay Calvert will offer practical methods to get rid of stereotypes and understand different generations.

There are commonalities among generations, Calvert says. Professional development is one. She’ll demonstrate how the different groups prefer to learn and how employers can best address them.

Sponsored by CPM

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June 10th, 2020 (archive)

All Confined Spaces are NOT Created Equal

The term “confined space entry” is often used interchangeably with “bin entry” in the grain handling industry. Grain bins certainly can be considered confined spaces, but there are distinct differences between the two, according to OSHA’s Grain Handling Standard. This webinar will dispel common misconceptions about confined space entry by comparing OSHA’s definition side by side with grain bin entry standards.

May 27th, 2020 (archive)

How to Do More with Less at Your Grain Facility

This webinar will explore how to use technology tools to operate with the same (or more!) volume and a smaller staff. With the coronavirus pandemic reshaping our world and work spaces, we need all the help we can get to manage staff and facilities.

Join ag tech experts Steve Day and Mike Terning as they share ideas on how you can do more with less using tech tools already available at the scale, in the office and remotely.

May 6th, 2020 (archive)

What's Happening in Washington: Politics Impacting the Animal Food Industry

Fast moving events in Washington, D.C. challenge the U.S. food and agricultural industries on a daily basis, while progress on actions that could improve the animal food business environment often occur at a slow pace. This webinar will explore the current state of play of macro political issues impacting food and agriculture, expectations for Congressional actions this year, developments in the Trump Administration and agencies overseeing the animal food sector, updates on COVID-19 and how we chart a path for continued success in this dynamic environment.