Focus, Learn and Network

December 18, 2018 04:05 PM
Jan. 14-17, Hilton Chicago Downtown

Founding father Benjamin Franklin once said, “An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” That message certainly rings true today, as volatile grain markets, uncertainty and stress are abundant in the business of farming. You can cope with these challenges by connecting with peers and hearing encouraging and proactive advice at the 2019 Top Producer Summit, slated for Jan. 14–17, 2019.

The week will feature four conferences—Top Producer Seminar, Executive Women in Agriculture, Tomorrow’s Top Producer and the Legacy Conference. Your entire team and family can travel to Chicago to hear information geared specifically for them. In a few short days, you’ll gain the business insights, education and guidelines you need to successfully drive your operation into the future. 

Legacy Project
Jan. 14–15
Bring your family and start your farm’s succession plan. You’ll leave the event with answers to your tough questions and a tactical to-do list for your plan.

Top Producer Seminar
Jan. 15–17
Gather ideas to take back to the farm and network with the nation’s best producers. You’ll gain invaluable business insights from nearly 30 speakers.

Tomorrow’s Top Producer
Jan. 15–17
This premiere event is designed to help young farmers and ranchers, under age 40, looking to become tomorrow’s ag leaders.

Executive Women in Agriculture
Jan. 15–17
Women account for more than 30% of farm operators. This event brings together that dynamic and vital segment of the ag industry.

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