Farmers are winners when they experience Commodity Classic

It will be a winning experience for corn and soybean farmers who attend Commodity Classic, where they will learn more about farm efficiency and profitability. Commodity Classic in Las Vegas, March 2-4, is the ninth annual convention and trade show presented by the American Soybean Association (ASA) and the National Corn Growers Association (MCGA).

Commodity Classic is a once-a-year opportunity for soybean and corn farmers to benefit from all their industry has to offer for improvement and innovation.

NCGA President De Vaughan said, "At Commodity Classic growers come together with key players in the agriculture sector for up-to-date information and education sessions. Plus, our top-rated trade show includes more than 650 booths representing leading agricultural businesses and organizations."

ASA President Ron Heck said, "Commodity Classic includes seminars on new technology, production, marketing, management, and much more. This is an opportunity for soybean and corn farmers to learn from industry experts, ask questions and network with other growers from around the country."

In addition to the seminars and trade show, Commodity Classic includes a General Session that will feature a panel of experts discussing the future of renewable fuels, followed by uplifting entertainment and a motivational message from the renowned "juggling team" The Passing Zone.

Commodity Classic closes on March 4 with a special "Evening of Entertainment" by award-winning country music star Terri Clark.

To register for Commodity Classic or for more information, visit or call 1-636-928-3700.

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