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!
California dairy producer Dino Giacomazzi says tomorrow’s top operators must recognize the lethal effect of disruptors that can break a farming business.
Meet three farmers who are stepping back from a complete focus on bulk commodities and carving out personal brands to directly connect with consumers.
Identify the people and companies that write checks to your farm, and find ways to serve them, advises Mike Boehlje of Purdue University.
Great farmers spend time on marketing, planning and financials, says Jeff Beal of the Gulke Group.
Don't miss Top Producer's exclusive annual conference for young farm executives. It runs July 19-21 in downtown Nashville, Tenn.
Commodity marketing isn't just a good skill to know, it can add real value to your bottom line. Learn to become a marketing guru July 19 at the Tomorrow's Top Producer pre-conference workshop in Nashville, Tenn.
Commodity marketing can be a daunting task, but done well, it can improve your bottom line enormously. Learn the latest tools and strategies in Top Producer's commodity marketing workshop July 19 in Nashville, Tenn.
Gain the marketing insights you need to make smart sales July 19 during Top Producer's pre-conference workshop in Nashville, Tenn.
As corn and soybean prices ebb and flow, be in the know with marketing knowledge. Join Top Producer for a special pre-conference workshop on the topic July 19 in Nashville, Tenn.
Young farmers can have their grain and livestock marketing questions answered at this year’s event, which runs July 20-21 in Nashville.
As farmers transition into leadership roles with their operation, here is some expert advice.
Invest two days this month to better your farm business and connect with peers from across the country.
Smart phone apps turn your phone into a flashlight, camera, calculator, bubble level, compass, protractor and ruler, among other tools.
Today’s farming environment requires creativity and thinking outside the box. Learn from three farmers who are rethinking today’s farm businesses.
Gain a competitive edge by attending this young farmer event July 20-21 in Nashville.