Gain a competitive edge by attending this young farmer event July 20-21 in Nashville.
We've extended the Early Bird rate to farmers registering for the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference from July 20-21 in Nashville.
Brother-and-sister co-managers Doug and Tammy Wiedenbeck of Lancaster, Wis., raise cattle, corn, soybeans, oats and alfalfa.
Plan your cash uses during the profitable times in preparation for the tough times, advises Farmer Mac's Curt Covington. He'll speak at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference July 20-21 in Nashville.
Here are the top three Reasons to Attend Tomorrow’s Top Producer in 2017 (other than great music).
Farmers might not see a repeat of the 1980s, but the lessons producers learned back then are applicable in today's environment, says Farmer Mac's Curt Covington.
Brian Scott, 36, of Delphi, Ind., is a grain producer who is focused on becoming a better welder and making his grain storage and trucking more efficient.