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Corn+Soybean Digest

2009 Ag Symposium: Don’t Miss It

Brock Associates is hosting the 2009 Agricultural Economic Symposium on Feb. 23-25, just before Commodity Classic.

“This year’s Agricultural Economic Symposium will again be immediately prior to the Commodity Classic, and this year we’re all headed to Dallas, TX,” says Richard Brock of Brock Associates. “This arrangement allows you to attend two great industry events in one convenient location”

Sessions include Agriculture and The World in Transition, Farmland Values, Farm Transition Planning, Managing in New Economic Times, The Economics of Innovation, Weather–Long-Term Impact, The Impact on Grain and Livestock Prices, Meeting Global Demands Through Innovation, Ethanol –Will the Growth Continue and Grain Price Outlook–Where Are We Headed?

“The 2009 Agricultural Economic Symposium is jam packed with dynamic, high profile speakers who are among the sharpest minds in the industry,” says Brock. “We are once again fortunate to have Rob Fraley from Monsanto on the program. Also on the program will be the ever-popular Dr. David Kohl.”

Registration for the conference is $325, and includes all sessions, handouts, breaks, meals and a reception on Monday evening. To register, call 800-558-3431 or go to www.brockreport.com/seminars.php.

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