Jan. 23-26, 2018
Hilton Chicago Hotel
Registration coming soon!
Don't let today's volatile farm economy let you lose focus of your business goals. Discover opportunities, gain invaluable insights and increase your competitive advantage at the 2018 Top Producer Seminar. During these few short days, you will hear from nearly 30 challenging and inspiring speakers who will help take your farm business to the next level. You'll also be able to trade ideas and network with the nation's best producers.
- Tax Planning
- Risk Management
- Leadership Transition/Succession Planning
- Farmland Value and Rent Trends
- Growth Strategies
- An More!
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.
Pay attention to time, discipline and communication, advises Texas A&M's Mark Welch. He'll speak at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference July 20-21 in Nashville.
Get three figures off the cost of your attendance at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference now through June 9.
Learn how to develop your commodity marketing plan for 2017/18 on July 19 in Nashville at the Farm Financial and Marketing Workshop ahead of Tomorrow’s Top Producer.
Farmers can learn to use supply-and-demand estimates to make smart marketing decisions on July 19 in Nashville.
Lauren Neale is a producer from McMinnville, Tenn., who is focused on developing the marketing strategy for her family's vertically integrated cattle business.
Geared toward farmers 40 and under, the Tomorrow’s Top Producer conference July 20–21 in Nashville aims to coach and equip producers looking to become tomorrow’s leaders.
Young farmer adds value to 100-year-old operation
Take advantage of the many free apps and internet-based tools available today, advises Dino Giacomazzi, a dairy producer in Hanford, Calif. He'll speak at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference July 20-21 in Nashville.