Farmer’s Business Network is the largest and fastest growing information and business network of farmers in North America. December 12 - 14, 2018, FBN® is holding its annual conference, Farmer2Farmer IV. It’s where innovation meets agriculture, thinking is challenged and brutally honest conversations are had. We're expecting more than 2,000 of our members to attend, and you will want to be there! It’s where innovation meets agriculture, thinking is challenged and brutally honest conversations are had.
At this informative event you’ll hear from and meet innovative farmers who are pioneering new approaches to this proud yet challenging profession. Learn from industry professionals AND our farmer members — leaders who have rejected “business as usual” to create new ways of working together as they Take Control to improve their balance sheets and fight to keep the bottom line in the black. We’ll talk:
Matching data to risk mitigation
Forward-thinking soil and crop management
Innovative technologies and on-farm use case(s)
The ROI of conventional seed
F2F Genetics in a consolidating environment
The true power of data when aggregated, analyzed and fed back
Unbiased and industry first reports including Seed Relabeling and Seed Zone Pricing
Using big data to make extra cents
Best data management practices and real-life application
The truth behind the economics of organic production at scale
Storage, decision making and marketing strategies for commodity and specialty crops
Decision aids to optimize ROI and efficiency
The new farm media – the farmer driven revolution
The trade war and farm bill – what does that mean for farmers in 2019?
We’ll announce more exciting “firsts” for the industry
In addition to Farmers Business Network leaders and farmer speakers, Farmer2Farmer is featuring legendary pilot Captain Sully Sullenberger and Discovery Channel’s MythBuster Adam Savage who will keynote the conference.
WHEN: Wednesday, Dec. 12, 2018, beginning at 5:00 p.m. through Friday, Dec.14, 2018, at 3:00 PM (CST)
WHERE: CenturyLink Center, Omaha.
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Information provided by Farmer's Business Network.