The Commodity Classic in San Antonio is set to open Thursday, March 2, in San Antonio, Texas, and for those unable to attend all three days, single-day registrations are available for the event that will feature entertainment, new technology/equipment and education.
The Commodity Classic, presented by the American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Sorghum Producers, National Association of Wheat Growers and Association of Equipment Manufacturers, is largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show in the U.S., a press release from the American Soybean Association said.
The single-day registrations allow for admission to all events and learning sessions for the day, including a trade show and the AG CONNECT Main Stage, the release said. Registration is available in advance as well as during the event.
Registration for Thursday events includes the Early Riser session on grain marketing, the grand opening of the huge trade show and the fiesta reception on the trade show floor, the release said.
Registration for Friday events includes the general session and inspirational speaker John O’Leary. There will also be other on-stage presentations. An early morning live recording of U.S. Farm Report will also take place. There will also be several technical presentations, the release said.
On Saturday, registrants can again participate in Early Riser sessions, educational sessions and technical presentations, trade show access and programs on the AG CONNECT Main Stage including a special “Salute to Women in Ag”. Country music star Pat Green will also provide entertainment for participants. The trade show closes at noon.
Registration fees vary depending on the day.
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