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What kind of educational sessions will be offered at AG CONNECT Expo?

Agriculture.com Staff 07/06/2010 @ 5:13pm

Most people in agriculture put a lot of value on education, and so does AG CONNECT Expo 2010.

If you are interested in crop marketing, succession planning, farm management or any number of other Ag issues, AG CONNECT Expo has an education session you will want to attend. AG CONNECT Expo 2010 will be held January 13-15, 2010 (Preview Day January 12 by special admission) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

For instance, you know how vital it is to stay innovative, to be efficient, and to add to the bottom line in this difficult economic time. Our education sessions at AG CONNECT will give you a good jump on 2010 planning and beyond. The goal of AG CONNECT's education sessions is to help producers position their businesses for future success along with the state-of-the-art knowledge they gain at the trade show. It's an investment that will provide both immediate and long-lasting value.

You will gain valuable information and insight from the involvement of various groups who are sponsoring the seven educational tracks at the show. You can choose from more than 30 educational sessions presented by industry experts from Successful Farming, Farm Journal, DTN/The Progressive Farmer, USDA, American Agri-Women, Precision Ag Institute, and Informa Economics, to name a few. You will especially will want to learn more about the free sessions in the Innovations Theater on the show floor, sponsored by Successful Farming. And be sure to take a look at AG CONNECT’s featured speakers and other expert presenters . We just heard from a producer in Georgia who told us that AG CONNECT’s presenters looked “miles above” other ag seminars.

Quality education on the current issues and best practices is always a hallmark of trade shows produced by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers -- CONEXPO-CON/AGG & IFPE, ICUEE, World of Asphalt & AGG1 -- and AG CONNECT Expo will uphold that tradition.

Most people in agriculture put a lot of value on education, and so does AG CONNECT Expo 2010.

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