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Tomorrow’s Top Producer seminar (formerly known as the Young Farmer Program)

In correlation with the Top Producer Seminar, Top Producer hosts a one-day Tomorrow’s Top Producer event aimed at producers age 35 and younger. If you are a young farmer looking to expand your management expertise and want to establish networks with like-minded, goal-oriented producers, this is the event for you! This event will help young farmers searching to make an impact in the agriculture industry.
 

 

Tomorrow's Top Producer Event

Jan. 28, 2014, Chicago, Ill.

Come join other young business-minded producers for a unique education and networking opportunity geared toward farmers age 35 and younger!
 
 

 
 
The Facts:
  • Median age of U.S. farmer is 58
  • 40% of U.S. farms are poised to transition management, operation and/or ownership to the next generation
  • 10% of producers account for 85% of output -- that equates to 209,000 farms producing the vast majority of agricultural output.
  • Right now, 119,000 of total farms have principal operators under 35 in age – only 5% of farms.
 
The numbers quantify the incredible need for educating and developing the next generation of agricultural producers. These times of tremendous opportunity and risk in agriculture make it paramount for farm operations and families to plan for future success.
 
Tomorrow’s Top Producer is a catalyst for the process to begin and a valuable go-to source for the tools and networking that can facilitate this development process.
 
If you are a young farmer looking to expand your management expertise and want to establish networks with like-minded, goal-oriented producers, this is the event for you! This new event will help young farmers searching to make an impact in the agriculture industry.


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