Advance Thought Leadership At Executive Women In Agriculture 2016

October 26, 2016 12:00 PM

Few events in agriculture spotlight the critical role women play on farms and in agribusinesses throughout the U.S. Only one gives you access to the experts and networking needed to take your operation to the next level of success: Top Producer’s Executive Women in Agriculture (EWA).

Now in its sixth year, the event will happen Nov. 30 through Dec. 2 in Chicago. Enjoy keynote presentations, breakout sessions and networking opportunities alongside the 250 other farmers and agribusiness professionals who attend annually. 

New this year is an opening networking reception on the evening of Wednesday, Nov. 30. 

Early bird registration is available at a rate of $280 through Nov. 8. After then, the standard rate is $355. Students can register for $195.

Speakers will address topics vital to row-crop, specialty-crop and livestock producers. For instance, Diane Holdorf, chief sustainability officer and vice president with Kellogg Company, will discuss how farmers can capitalize on consumer trends. Mykel Taylor, farm management specialist at Kansas State University, will share tips on how to navigate negotiations with your landlords. Back by popular demand is a live taping of the “U.S. Farm Report” Marketing Roundtable. It will feature Pro Farmer’s Julianne Johnston, Stewart-Peterson’s Naomi Blohm and Citizens Grains’ Angie Maguire. They will discuss markets and provide a 2017 outlook.

Nov. 30-Dec. 2
Palmer House Hilton
Chicago, Ill.

How to Maximize Your #EWA Attendance

We’re excited about the Executive Women in Agriculture conference, and we want you to be a part of it. Keep tabs on EWA news in several ways.

Use the hashtag #EWA on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram when talking about the event.

Visit for speaker updates, hotel details and highlights of past conferences.

Share the registration link with a friend or another member of your team.

2015 Attendee Comments

“I really enjoyed the speakers and breakout sessions. The best part of the conference was connecting to other women in agriculture.”

“This is my third year attending EWA, and it is always a great opportunity to network. I always come away with new ideas and refreshed enthusiasm.”

“Great conference. It was well worth my time away from the farming operation!”

“Very powerful women willing to share what they believe are tools of being a successful model in the agriculture industry.”


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