Top Tweets at Top Producer

January 26, 2011 03:09 PM


There were several new Tweeps contributing to the #TPS11 Twitter feed today. It was so fun to listen in to what conversation was happening among you via Twitter. This is a collection of the top 10 tweets from the first day of Top Producer Seminar 2011.
RaboAg: Liddel: Speculative net long positions and wkly flow in & out of #ag commodities remain high, magnifying volatility in 2011. #TPS11 #agnerd
FarmJournal: "A lot of time people just want to put a face with agriculture," farmer Kip Tom at #TPS11
ProfitintheWild: Don't hide from the word sustainability. Embrace it, use it to your advantage. Advocate for it, that we are already doing it. #tps11
RaboAg: #RAFtips Know your projected operating expenses thoroughly, so you are ready to act when a market opportunity presents itself. #TPS11
Lisa1828: Learning all about the financial landscape and risk management at Top Producer Seminar. Interesting speaker.
ProfitintheWild: Does your family farm business have a clearly defined CEO? It should. Work on it. #tps11
Mackenna_Roth: RT @FarmJournal: Don't forget to head to for live coverage of #TPS11 ! #agchat #farming #agnews
FarmJournal: Break time! Be sure to get a brownie & a cup of coffee in the Renessaince Room! #TPS11
AnnaGiannini: Don't forget to head to for live coverage of #TPS11 ! #agchat #farming #agnews
FarmJournal: Many of them are at #TPS11 RT @Farm3rsDaught3r: #improudtosay that America's #farmers work hard to produce food fiber & fuel for the world.
Keep up the great Tweets! You can have your Tweets included on this list by using the hash tag #TPS11 in your Tweets.

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