Virtual classes give Minnesota farmers an opportunity to learn from Chicago event
Over the past few years, farmers have endured many changes in weather, commodity prices, land prices and production costs. All of these are resetting farm profits and making it necessary to adapt while learning to be conscious of cost efficiency and risk management.
Join other progressive farmers on Dec. 7, 8 and 9 at the Minnesota Soybean office in Mankato, Minn., for DTN/The Progressive Farmer’s virtual Ag Summit. This is an opportunity to be a part of the classes that are happening live in Chicago for a fourth of the cost.
The virtual Ag Summit allows attendees to listen to top notch speakers while gaining insights into the future of crop insurance, as well as credit and land trends. This year’s theme is Master Your Margins: Strategies for Ag’s High-Risk Cycles.
Minnesota Soybean Growers Association invests into this offering due to the positive impact and knowledge it has on farmer’s profitability while increasing awareness of bottom line costs of production.
The cost for this event is $50, which includes all three days. Meals will also be provided.
Other sponsors for this event include Minnesota Corn, Bremer Bank, Minnesota Pork, DuPont Pioneer and Clifton Larson Allen.