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Commodity Classic 2013: Education Sessions, Trade Show, Farmer Networking

Commodity Classic 2013: Education Sessions, Trade Show, Farmer Networking


Energizing educational sessions led by experts in advocacy, precision ag, risk management and other hot agriculture topics at the 18th Annual Commodity Classic in Kissimmee, Fla., will give farmers game-changing information that will make them more efficient in 2013.

“If you want to learn more about something in production agriculture you’ve only heard about, Commodity Classic is the place to come,” says Mark Schwiebert, Commodity Classic co-chairman. “Whether you’ve been coming for years or this is your first time, you’ll learn something new that can benefit your operation.”

Commodity Classic offers a farmer-focused trade show, inside information from people on the leading edge of innovation, candid policy briefings and the opportunity to meet with like-minded farmers from across the nation.  

“The Sky’s the Limit” when the world’s top farmers and the world’s top agribusinesses get together in one place, which is what will happen Feb. 28 through March 2, in Kissimmee. 

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, technology and innovation. For more information, visit

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