Jan. 25-27, 2017
Hilton Chicago Hotel
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Information regarding the 2017 Top Producer Seminar will be posted soon. See below for 2016 seminar highlights.
No matter which way the market moves, there are always opportunities to prosper. Learn how at the 2016 Top Producer Seminar. During three short days, you’ll hear insights from nearly 30 challenging and inspiring speakers who will help you take your farm business to the next level. You’ll also have the opportunity to trade ideas and network with fellow top producers. See for yourself!
Topics will include:
> Tax Planning
> Risk Management
> Leadership Transition/Succession Plans
> Farmland Value and Rent Trends
> Growth Strategies
> And More!
Chris Noble of NobleHurst Farms will tell you he’s done every job on his family’s operation in western New York.
Young farmers share their strategies for farm expansion from the 2016 Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference in Nashville.
Young farmers can have their grain and livestock marketing questions answered at this year’s event, which runs June 16-17 in Nashville.
Strategic planning is essential for farm businesses seeking to improve and grow. Yet if producers fail to think through their agenda for a strategic planning meeting, the outcome can be inefficient and ineffective.
Network with hundreds of producers and learn from leading experts at the Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference.
Young farmers can gain valuable insights to propel their operations at the 2016 Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference.
Join us at the 2016 Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference June 17 in Nashville as three investing experts share their experiences and their advice for the next generation of farm leaders.
Learn leadership secrets and networking tips from Andrew McCrea, America’s Countryside Host, at Tomorrow's Top Producer.
Learn everything you need to do before scheduling a strategic planning session for your farm business. Sarah Beth Aubrey will present this webinar and will speak about the subject at the 2016 Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference June 16-17 in Nashville.
"There’s definitely a need to have somebody in an operation whose full focus is managing the business side of the farm," explains Matt Sims, a young producer in Indiana and Illinois who won the 2015 Horizon Award.
Join us for this business seminar, designed for young farmers interested in honing their business skills. Register now and save!
Young producers should craft their vision statement for the years ahead to go out and achieve their goals with a purpose in mind.
Head to the proverbial shop to discover the numerous opportunities available to young farmers in 2016.
Why you should mold farm diversification ventures off of your core business strengths.
Farm families must first admit there's a communication problem and then work to solve it.