THE COUNTRY’S LARGEST FARMER-LED CONVENTION AND TRADE SHOW IS BACK FOR 2019.
Find the latest innovations and freshest ideas to take your farm to the next level. From February 28 to March 2, Commodity Classic returns in 2019. In Orlando, Florida, thousands of the nation’s leading farmers will gather in the premiere farming convention and trade show of the year.
Commodity Classic is led by leaders in the farming industry, so you can be sure each session, presentation, and experience is carefully crafted with farmers’ best interests in mind.
Hundreds of smaller exhibits will be showcased on the trade show floor at Commodity Classic 2019, where you’re bound to find the next idea or most innovative technology that could change the way you farm. You’ll be among the first to see the latest equipment and converse with the top agribusiness companies in the country.
Presented by Successful Farming magazine, the Commodity Classic Main Stage will feature an impressive lineup of educational sessions led by speakers who provide keen insight on a wide variety of topics.
One speaker set to take the stage is Jolene Brown, who has been called the Dr. Phil of agriculture for her 30 years of experience working with farm families. In her insightful and fun-filled session, you’ll learn the actions and behaviors needed for productive transition and succession planning.
Rob Sharkey, the host of the Shark Farmer Podcast and a fifth-generation farmer, will also take his turn on the Commodity Classic Main Stage. Sharkey made a name for himself while going on a weeklong Twitter rant against his power company. Building on that popularity, he launched Shark Farmer Podcast, where he created a platform for people in agriculture to tell their stories. Sharkey will share which media he believes is influencing agriculture the most.
In a return to the Main Stage, Successful Farming magazine’s expert marketing columnist, Al Kluis, will review the bullish global grain fundamentals that are developing this year as well as the post-trade war environment for U.S. farmers in 2019. Kluis will also outline his updated three-step risk-management plan, making his presentations ones you won’t want to miss.
In Orlando, you will be energized by being among top producers who share your passion for agriculture and your thirst for knowledge.
For more information and to register, go to commodityclassic.com.