Still time to register for Commodity Classic

There is still time to register for the 14th Annual Commodity Classic to be held Feb. 26-28 in Grapevine, Texas.

Commodity Classic is the premier convention and trade show of the U.S. corn, soybean, sorghum and wheat industries. Pre-registration for the convention ends Feb. 13 and on-site registration begins Feb. 25 (based on availability).

More than 230 companies in more than 940 booths will display the latest in cutting-edge products and services at the largest Commodity Classic Trade Show in history. The trade show is a gathering place for growers, industry leaders, suppliers and media.

Attendees will learn about new ways to make their farms more profitable and will have the opportunity to speak with agribusiness and industry leaders representing the equipment, technology, products and services of today’s leading agricultural businesses and organizations.

“The trade show is a great place to interact with agribusiness professionals to learn about the new products and services for growers to use on their farm,” said Commodity Classic Co-chair Ron Kindred. “These people are the experts and I always enjoy picking their minds and learning how to improve my bottom line.”

Commodity Classic will also include approximately 25 educational sessions covering issues impacting the agriculture industry. During a session on Feb. 27, “U.S. Farm Report” host Al Pell will tape the weekly one-hour program at Commodity Classic. Attendees can be a part of the nation’s longest-running syndicated agricultural news program as Pell and a panel of commodity traders and analysts provide insight and debate on futures, market trends and other agricultural issues.

Also on Feb. 27, Palle Pedersen from Iowa State University will moderate a panel discussion on “Real World Production Practices to Get the Most Out of Every Soybean Acre.” Featuring a cross-section of soybean growers, including two-time soybean yield world champion Kip Cullers, the panel for this interactive session will discuss real world production practices in soybeans.

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