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National Conference for Food and Agribusiness 2017

Tue, November 07 2017

The National Conference for Food and Agribusiness brings together professionals from across the agri-food system to gain industry and business insights, network, and learn from one another. Hosted by Purdue University's Center for Food and Agricultural Business, the 2017 conference features the Large Commercial Producer Project. 

The Large Commercial Producer Project is built around a survey of agricultural producers themselves in an effort to understand their preferences when interacting with agricultural salespeople, retailers, lenders and manufacturers. The insights gained can help agricultural and food businesses shape their organizations and customer interactions for optimal success.

The project, now in its sixth iteration, focuses on U.S.producers of corn/soybeans, wheat/barley, cotton, fruit/nuts/vegetables, dairy, hogs and cattle. This year's study also expands into procurement.

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Program Dates:
November 7-8, 2017
Location:
Purdue University
West Lafayette, Ind.
Registration Fee:
$1,195/person (early bird, through Sept. 15)
$1,395/person (after Sept. 15)
Is this conference for you?
For more information and group rates, please call:
Masi Keshavarz
mkeshava@purdue.edu
765-496-3385
Educational Credit
You can earn CEU and CCA credit at this program.

The Nutritionist Webinar — November

Wed, November 08 2017

Dr Heather Dann, PhD, The Wm Miner Institute

 Milk Analysis and The On-farm Use for Management Decisions 

 

The purpose of these webinars is to provide access to technical seminars on a range of topics delivered by internationally recognized speakers to a global audience.

  • The presentation is in English on Cisco’s WebEx platform, approximately 60 minutes in length. 
  • Spanish and Portuguese language webinars are simultaneously translated and transmitted through other platforms.
  • Questions are fielded in all three languages and The flow of the talk is not interrupted for translation.
  • The audience is global—live attendees were primarily from the Western Hemisphere but also included European, Asian and African attendees.
  • The talks are non-commercial.​
  • Archived talks for 2015, 2016 and 2017(as they are available) in English are accessible by topic.