Nominate Outstanding Producers for Top Honors

August 27, 2018 04:00 PM
 
During the 2019 Top Producer Summit, Top Producer will recognize remarkable farmers who have taken risks, built thriving businesses and given back to their communities.

The 2019 Top Producer Summit, which takes place Jan. 15–17 in Chicago, is a combination of three business education and networking conferences: Top Producer Seminar, Tomorrow’s Top Producer and Executive Women in Agriculture (EWA). During the Summit, Top Producer will recognize remarkable farmers who have taken risks, built thriving businesses and given back to their communities.

2019 Top Producer of the Year

The award honors three producers whose operations are at thae forefront of agriculture and crowns one winner. Entrants are judged on entrepreneurial originality (50%), financial and business progress (30%) and industry or community leadership (20%). All three finalists receive trips to the Summit, CEO coaching sessions and other prizes. The winner also receives a lease of a Case IH tractor. Apply by Aug. 30. Sponsored by Case IH

Download the Top Producer of the Year Application.

 

2019 Tomorrow’s Top Producer Horizon

The award recognizes farmers 35 and under who represent the next generation of esteemed farm leaders. Entrants are judged on entrepreneurial originality (50%), financial and business progress (30%) and leadership (20%). The winner receives a trip to the Summit, a drone and other prizes. Apply by Nov. 5. Sponsored by Pioneer

Download the Tomorrow's Top Producer Horizon Award Application.

 

EWA Trailblazer Award

This new award will be given to a female producer who is a shining example for her peers. Entrants are judged on agricultural advocacy (50%), farm business innovation (30%) and industry or community leadership (20%). The winner receives a trip to the Summit and leadership or succession planning consulting sessions. Apply by Nov. 5.

Download the EWA Trailblazer Award Application.

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