Growers travel Classic track to profitability

SOYBEAN AND corn producers can get on the “Classic track” to learn more about enhancing farm efficiency and profitability at Commodity Classic, Feb. 27 — March 1, in Charlotte, N.C.

It will be the eighth annual convention and trade show presented by the American Soybean Association (ASA) and National Corn Growers Association (NCGA). At Commodity Classic growers meet key people in the agriculture sector for information and educational sessions.

The premiere trade show includes nearly 700 booths representing leading agricultural businesses and organizations.

Dwain Ford, ASA president, said, “Commodity Classic includes a variety of information sessions on topics such as marketing, transportation infrastructure, renewable fuels and biotechnology that will help growers learn new ways to increase their profitability.”

Fred Yoder, NCGA president, said, “At Commodity Classic, corn and soybean producers will see the latest in technology at the trade show, where they'll also have the opportunity to talk with the top agribusiness leaders and decision makers.”

For Commodity Classic details, visit the Internet at: or call 636-928-3700.

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