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Season 4, Episode 6
Here is a breakdown of the episode:
- The history of Jones Dairy Farm and its founder, Milo Jones [~2:15]
- Explain the difference between being a “family business” and a “business family.” [~14:00]
- Company culture and employee retention. [~19:55]
- How do you attract and retain good employees [~27:18]
- The decision to bring on the first non-family member president of the company. [~30:20]
- Rapid Fire questions [~35:15]
This podcast was inspired by a previous article in Progressive Dairy: https://www.progressivedairy.com/blogs/from-the-editor/the-little-piggies-that-didn-t-go-to-market
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