Have you registered for the 2013 Illinois Commodity Conference? If you plan on attending you won't want to miss out on the reduced early registration fee of $60 that ends on the 15th.
The 2013 Illinois Commodity Conference will take place on Tuesday, Nov. 26th, at our new location, the Marriott Hotel & Conference Center in Normal, IL. The annual one-day event brings together crop growers and livestock producers from all over the state to discuss the trials and triumphs the agricultural industry faces.
“Connect with your Customer” is the theme for the conference, which starts at 10:15 am. A full day of speakers can help attendees regroup and recharge, and include:
“Connect with your Membership”
Moderated by Jeff Nalley
Featuring ICGA President Paul Taylor, ISA Chairman Bill Raben, IPPA President Dereke Dunkirk, and IBA President Alan Adams
“International Buyers in a U.S. Economy”
Speaker from USMEF
“What Women Want”
Amy Rossi, Naperville, IL
“Connect with your Congress”
Mike Stokke, Farm Credit
“The New Face of Uncle Sam”
George P. Bush
Farmer leaders are encouraged to register with their respective commodity groups. Other farmers, agribusiness leaders, students, or others may register by downloading the registration form and sending it with a check to the address indicated.
Before Nov. 15, registration is $60, after Nov. 15, the fee is $90. Students can register for $25.
The conference is hosted by the Illinois Beef Association, Illinois Corn Growers Association, Illinois Milk Producers Association, Illinois Pork Producers Association, Illinois Soybean Association and Illinois Wheat Association.
We look forward to seeing you on November 26!
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