• The event offers a wide range of learning and networking opportunities for growers in the areas of production, policy, marketing, management and stewardship—as well as showcasing the latest in equipment and technology.
Commodity Classic is less than two months away, and growers are encouraged to take advantage of the lowest rate by registering before the early discount deadline of midnight, Jan. 20.
Registering early will save attendees up to $50.
Hotels are currently available, but are booking up fast. Free shuttle service is available to and from all Commodity Classic housing hotels.
To take advantage of the early registration discount, register now and reserve rooms at http://www.commodityclassic.com/.
Soybean, corn, wheat and sorghum growers attending Commodity Classic Feb. 28-March 2 in Kissimmee, Fla., will benefit from a wide variety of educational sessions, networking opportunities and a trade show with more than 1,000 booths displaying the newest technology, equipment, ideas and innovations in agriculture.
“If you want to know what’s next in agriculture, this is the place to be,” said Commodity Classic co-chair Bob Worth. “The sky’s the limit in 2013 for growers who attend Commodity Classic with the solid foundation they’ll build after learning about the issues and advancements affecting their operation this year.”
Commodity Classic’s educational sessions will help producers be better at what they do, including how policy and regulations affect their bottom line and how new technology and innovation can impact profitability and production.
Commodity Classic is the nation’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show, presented annually by the National Corn Growers Association, American Soybean Association, National Association of Wheat Growers and National Sorghum Producers.
The event offers a wide range of learning and networking opportunities for growers in the areas of production, policy, marketing, management and stewardship—as well as showcasing the latest in equipment and technology.