Ag Connect Extends Early Bird Discount
Jan 09, 2013
Ag Connect Expo & Summit is organized by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM) to be a different kind of show for agriculture. And one way that impacts you as an attendee, is the necessity to pre-register for the event.
AEM has extended its early bird offer for registration up until Jan. 18. Attendees who register by that date will save 30% off badge fees for registration, education and local tours. This event is scheduled for Jan. 29-31, 2013, at the Kansas City Convention Center in Kansas City, Missouri.
Attendees may register online or by calling toll-free 866-229-3691 (Intl +1 301-694-5243) from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST, Monday through Friday. The official registration form may also be downloaded from www.agconnect.com and faxed or mailed in.
Join Missy Bauer in Kansas City at Ag Connect 2013, where she'll present a Corn College Planter Clinic to get you and your planter ready for this spring.
Taking place Wednesday, Jan. 30, Bauer will walk through the top tips to get your planter in shape for the coming year. With live demonstrations and row units from the major brands of planters, every attendee should have take-home lessons to lead to more bushels.
Click here to register for Ag Connect and the Planter Clinic.
To attend this planter clinic, farmers need to register for Ag Connect and then select the Planter Clinic found in the education section.
Click here to learn about all of the Farm Journal Media Education Sessions at Ag Connect.
Ag Connect has also teamed up with the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE) to honor the "best of the best" from among the products selected by ASABE for its annual AE50 awards. Producers will have no problem finding the more than 150 new products and technologies that exhibitors plan to display at the upcoming AG CONNECT Expo & Summit 2013, thanks to pre-show and at-show efforts to help attendees locate new products on the show floor.
As part of AG CONNECT’s New Products & Technologies Program, attendees may preview new products online and create a personal show planner to keep track of exhibitors they want to visit.