Research: Dairy Risk Management Curriculum

The I~DRMER program brings to you a series of papers designed to assist you in learning more about a broad array of risk management topics for your dairy farm business. These papers are written in a tutorial style and include a set of questions which will help you through the learning process.

There are three levels of papers. Level 100 starts with topics which address your basic questions about risk and risk management. Level 200 moves on to more detailed information about business, financial and marketing risk. Level 300 narrows in on issues of marketing inputs and outputs risk.

Each series of papers can be copies and used in your farm management plan. Each paper includes a direct internet link to the author(s) if you have more questions and would like to have them address directly.

Remember - a management tool kit without risk management tools is not complete!

The National Dairy Risk Management Education and Research Project Directors.

Dairy Risk Management Curriculum 100

Why Should I be Interested in Risk Management on my Dairy Farm?<

Dairy Risk Management Curriculum 200

Identifying and Interpreting Risks Relevant to my Dairy Farm Operation

Dairy Risk Management Curriculum 300

Tools and Strategies for Managing Production, Business, Financial and Marketing Risk on Dairy Farms

Dairy Risk Management Curriculum 400

The Complete In-Depth Risk Education Curriculum from the National Dairy Risk Management Education and Research Program

This is a distance education course A.R.M.S. Achieving Risk Management Success.  This web connection will take you to the University of Wisconsin website "Understanding Dairy Markets" and to the complete risk education curriculum.  This includes material for instructors and participants.  You will also find access to powerpoint presentations, software and video tape materials.  The educational material contained in the ARMS program was developed by the National Integrated Dairy Risk Management Education and Research Program, co-directed by The Ohio State University and The University of Wisconsin.