Jan. 24-27, 2017
Hilton Chicago Hotel
Registration now open! Click here to register!
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 2017 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. We know agriculture is your passion and your livelihood, so Keep Calm and Farm On.
- Tax Planning
- Risk Management
- Leadership Transition/Succession Planning
- Farmland Value and Rent Trends
- Growth Strategies
- An More!
**New in 2017**
Join us for an opening reception on Tuesday evening, Jan. 24!
Take time each week to sit down, think about what the markets are doing and lay out scenarios that could send commodity prices higher or lower, says Naomi Blohm of Stewart-Peterson. She's among the featured speakers at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference July 20-21 in Nashville.
The 24-year-old producer is focused on using precision ag software to improve fertilizer efficiencies, crop yields and sustainability.
Smart young producers will have more business opportunities than they can handle during the next few years, so they should think systematically about which to pursue, says Mike Boehlje of Purdue University.
Get business insights from upcoming speakers at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference July 20-21 in Nashville, plus save $50 off the cost of registration.
Build your farm business skills at the 2017 Tomorrow's Top Producer conference happening July 20-21 in Nashville.
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Take advantage of prices above $10 in light of uncertainty about acreage, trade and more, says Mark Gold of Top Third Ag Marketing.
An employee incentive plan is one way farm owners can encourage key employees to stay, according to Peter Martin of K·Coe Isom.
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Chalmers and Lori Anne Carr are among the top peach producers in the U.S. and also grow peppers and broccoli in Ridge Spring, S.C.