Limited Space Available in Farm Journal's Young Farmer Peer Group

May 27, 2016 01:19 PM

Just a handful of seats remain open on Farm Journal’s new young farmer peer group, which kicks off June 15 in Nashville with an in-person meeting. The group will be led by former Kansas Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Jake Worcester, a leadership development expert. 

Throughout the next year, members will benefit from interactive business development workshops in person and online; development of business goals; sharing of best practices, challenges and opportunities in a confidential setting.

The group kicks off June 15 with an in-person launch in Nashville. Members receive complimentary access to the 2016 Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference June 16-17, also happening in Nashville, at the Gaylord Opryland Resort.

At the initial onsite meeting, members will meet with their group and Worcester, enjoy an interactive business development workshop, develop goals as individuals and as a group, and participate in an evening networking activity downtown.

Members then will transition to six two-and-a-half-hour interactive web-based video conference collaborations over the course of the next calendar year.

Don’t miss this final chance to register for professional business development. To get started, contact Cory Edge, National Account Manager, 888-605-7138,

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