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Corn+Soybean Digest

What Corn, Soybean and Wheat Farmers Learned at Commodity Classic

Thousands gathered last week in Anaheim, CA, for the 2010 Commodity Classic. CSD staff members were on hand to bring you the newest information and let you in on what they learned while attending the four-day event.

Attendees took in session covering a variety of topics, including: weeds and insects, plant breeding, biotechnology, global food security and more. But, it wasn’t all work and no play. John Deere and legendary automotive designer Chip Foose (also designer on the TV show Overhaulin’) paired to pimp out an old JD 4020 tractor and unveiled it at the 2010 Commodity Classic.

For more from the show, see these stories:

Weed and Insect Resistance an Issue at Commodity Classic

More Public Plant Breeders Needed

Movement Grows For Biotech Wheat

Global Food Security Symposium Set

Building Ag Trade Builds Rural America, Sec of Ag Vilscack Says at Commodity Classic

Chip Foose Customizes John Deere 4020

Michael Krueger, President of The Money Farm, on Land Values, Profits and Trade

James Wiesemeyer of Informa Economics, on Washington, D.C. Ag Issues

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