Education that helps America’s best farmers become even better!
The Different Ways to Learn at Commodity Classic
Here are quick descriptions of the types of educational sessions you’ll enjoy at Commodity Classic:
Early Riser Sessions Set your alarm for these eye-opening early morning presentations on market trends and ag issues. Complimentary coffee and pastries are provided.
Learning Center Sessions In-depth discussions of current issues and topics that have a direct impact on your farm. Sessions are led by industry experts and fellow farmers. Topics include production, soil health, new uses, policy, the future of farming, marketing, weather and more.
Closing Learning Center Session Cap off the week’s educational programming with an in-depth, 120-minute session focusing on a topic of key importance to today’s farmers. Complimentary refreshments provided.
Mini What’s New Sessions Commodity Classic’s version of speed-dating: Back-to-back-to-back 5-minute presentations in a fast-paced 90-minute period. Get a quick overview of key innovations and new products. Then visit the exhibitors’ booths in the trade show to get details.
What’s New Sessions Concurrent 40-minute presentations showcasing innovations and services from leading agribusinesses. Visit the presenters’ trade show exhibits to learn even more.
Commodity Classic Main Stage Located right on the trade show floor offering a great schedule of keynote speakers, panel discussions and unique ag showcases. Presented by Successful Farming® and Commodity Classic.
Educational Sessions Lineup
The line-up of educational sessions at Commodity Classic is selected by a team of farmers just like you, so you can be assured that the content, presenters and information are relevant, current and essential to your success.
Many farmers have called the Commodity Classic education sessions “The one thing that you can’t do without.”
Many educational sessions are concurrent. You can walk into any session without pre-registering. All you need is your name badge. If a session isn’t quite what you expected, don’t be afraid to excuse yourself and attend another.
You’ll also learn from other farmers you meet—how they deal with challenges, what they grow and how they grow it.