January 20, 2015
Hilton Chicago Hotel, Chicago, IL
Tomorrow's Top Producer
This one-day event is focused on younger growers who are looking to become tomorrow's leaders! Hear from leading industry speakers and get a chance to network with and hear from previous Top Producer of the Year finalists and winners! Geared towards the age 35 and younger farmer, this event is held the day before Top Producer Seminar begins.
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Topics to be discussed include marketing strategies, tips for purchasing used equipment, best practices of successful producers, financial management, landlord relationship and more!
Apply to be the 2015 Tomorrow's Top Producer Horizon Award Winner
The Tomorrow’s Top Producer Horizon Award will be given to a producer under the age of 35, who demonstrate excellence in the business of farming. Prizes include:
- A trip for two to attend the Tomorrow’s Top Producer Seminar Chicago on Jan. 20
- A trip to spend two days with a Top Producer of the Year
- Free registration to Corn College or another Farm Journal Media event of your choice
Tomorrow’s Top Producer Horizon Award Deadline Dec. 15
11/7/2014 3:27:00 PM
Apply now to be Tomorrow’s Top Producer Horizon Award and win a trip to Chicago and a trip to spend two days with a Top Producer of the Year.
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