Daniela Gonzalez CarranzaDairy Management Specialist
Daniela was born and raised in Mexico City. In 2018 she earned her degree in Veterinary Medicine and enlisted in the Mexican Army as Veterinarian Soldier working with dairy cattle for two years. Subsequently, she worked on a dairy farm as a veterinarian and manager. At the same time, Daniela began as an independent consultant, collaborating with small and medium dairy farms in the community, allowing her to gain experience and interest in extension work.
Daniela earned her Master of Professional Studies degree from Cornell University in Animal Science with a concentration in dairy business management in 2023.
Program Sponsorship for the "Whole Farm Efficiency Webinar Series"
January 9, 2024
Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell PRO-DAIRY are excited to offer a sponsorship opportunity for our upcoming Whole Farm Efficiency Webinar Series.
Program Sponsorship for "Hands-on Animal Care Dairy Training Program"
March 1, 2024
Cornell Cooperative Extension and Cornell PRO-DAIRY are excited to offer a sponsorship opportunity for our upcoming Hands-On Animal Care Dairy Training Program.
USDA to Provide More Than $3 Billion to Commodity and Specialty Crop ProducersWASHINGTON, Oct. 27, 2023 - The U. S Department of Agriculture (USDA) will provide more than $3 billion to commodity and specialty crop producers impacted by natural disaster events in 2022. Eligible impacted producers can apply for financial assistance through the Emergency Relief Program (ERP) 2022. The program will help offset the financial impacts of crop yield and value losses from qualifying disasters occurring in 2022.
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