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Commodity Classic Learning Center Session to feature cover crops

A panel of experts will offer insights on cover crop benefits and challenges at a learning center session hosted by DuPont Pioneer and the Conservation Technology Information Center (CTIC) during the 2014 Commodity Classic in San Antonio. The learning center session, “Cover Your Assets: Improve Productivity, Efficiency and Soil with Cover Crops,” will take place […]

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New Mobile App Brings Commodity Classic to Your Fingertips

Today, Commodity Classic launched an all-new mobile app allowing attendees to access information, receive messages and engage in social media from their smart phones and tablets. The free Commodity Classic convention and trade show mobile app gives show-goers the ability to make their own schedules, lookup session, event and shuttle times, navigate with maps, fill […]

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Agriculture Secretary to Make Fifth Visit to Commodity Classic

Farmers and other Commodity Classic attendees will once again have the opportunity to welcome U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack to the annual convention and trade show for corn, soybean, wheat and sorghum growers. For the fifth year in a row, the secretary will deliver a keynote address to an expected crowd of more than […]

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Commodity Classic’s What’s New Sessions Present Innovation in Agriculture

ST. LOUIS (Jan. 9, 2014) – Agriculture’s newest, most innovative products and services will be showcased at the What’s New sessions at the 2014 Commodity Classic. “If you’re coming to Commodity Classic hoping to learn and gain some new ideas to take back to your farm, you’ll want to mark your calendar for the What’s […]

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Early Riser sessions serve up food for thought

ST. LOUIS (Dec. 6, 2013) – Risk management, shifting market conditions and participation in a national television program are on this year’s menu for early risers at Commodity Classic. Always a popular and eye-opening start to the day, the Early Riser sessions begin at 7:00 a.m. with complimentary coffee, breakfast pastries and energy-packed presentations. Thursday, […]

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Sights from the 2013 Commodity Classic trade show

In the link below are a number of photos from the last day of the Commodity Classic trade show March 2. Photos by Kylene Scott. 2013 Commodity Classic trade show

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NAWG installs new officers

The National Association of Wheat Growers elected and installed officers at its Board of Directors meeting during the 2013 Commodity Classic in Kissimmee, Fla. Montana wheat and barley farmer Bing Von Bergen was elected and installed as the new president of NAWG. His first duty will be to serve as the acting chief executive officer […]

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Wheat Industry engages Classic attendees

Commodity Classic is an opportunity for growers to connect with innovation, enhance their knowledge on their crops, as well as offer their voice on policy decisions that will affect their bottom lines. The Wheat Industry Booth at the 2013 Commodity Classic in Kissimmee, Fla., offered attendees promotional information about wheat’s role in our daily lives […]

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Wheat growers hope for farm bill

Wheat growers at Commodity Classic had one overwhelming message. They need a farm bill—and soon. “It’s still our number one priority to get a farm bill this year,” said newly elected National Association of Wheat Growers President Bing Von Bergen. Von Bergen took office during the NAWG Board of Directors meeting during the 2013 Commodity […]

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