America's largest farmer-led, farmer-focused agricultural & educational experience!

Commodity Classic Announces Educational Sessions to Help Growers Prepare for the Next Generation

(Posted Dec. 13th 2022 at 6:20 AM )

Commodity Classic Announces Educational Sessions

to Help Growers Prepare for the Next Generation

Over 30 Educational Sessions Are Offered to Help Farmers Be More Profitable


ST. LOUIS, MO (December 13, 2022) — As farmers look to improve their profitability in 2023, the educational sessions at the 2023 Commodity Classic are designed to provide growers with the insights needed to make better-informed decisions to build their bottom line.


The 2023 Commodity Classic will be held Thursday, March 9 through Saturday, March 11 in Orlando. This year’s theme is “Preparing for the Next Generation.”


More than 30 educational sessions are scheduled in Orlando and cover a wide range of important topics including marketing strategies, soil health, increasing yield, weather trends, ag technology, and tactics to increase profitability. Some of the notable sessions include:


• “Strategies for Success: Where’s the Market Going?” sponsored by Farm Credit

• “Success In A Roller Coaster Market,” sponsored by Farm Progress, Farm Futures, and Channel Seed

• “How to Make the Most Success with Xtreme Ag,” sponsored by FMC

• “How Carbon Farming Practices Unlock Profitability,” sponsored by Indigo Ag

• “Getting the Most Out of Your Nitrogen Investment,” sponsored by Corteva Agriscience

• “Financial and Risk Management Strategies for 2023,” sponsored by Purdue University Center for Commercial Agriculture


“There are a lot of variables in farming, which can create an environment of unpredictability,” said 2023 co-chair Kenny Hartman, an Illinois farmer and NCGA member. “Because all Commodity Classic educational sessions are selected by farmers, for farmers, growers can trust that they will receive high-quality, relevant information on important issues and trends that directly impact the profitability of their operation.”


A full schedule of sessions and events is available at Make sure to follow Commodity Classic on Twitter at @ComClassic and on Facebook for continued updates.


Established in 1996, Commodity Classic is America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused agricultural and educational experience. It is presented annually by the American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Sorghum Producers, and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.