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Jan. 29 - 31, 2014

Hilton Chicago Hotel,Chicago, Ill.




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January 28, 2014
Hilton Chicago Hotel, Chicago, IL

Coverage from the 2013 Event

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  • Four Strategies to Impress Your Landlord
    The landlord-tenant relationship is vital, and like any relationship, you must invest time and effort to strengthen it, says Mark Gannon, owner of Gannon Real Estate & Consulting.
  • Break Away From the Cycle
    To remain competitive as the ag economy swings, shift how you run your farm, says Rod Osthus, president of the R.C. Thomas Company.
  • Create A Brand That Builds Business
    A farm’s brand affects everything from input costs to the ability to acquire farmland and employees, says Brett Oelke, a University of Minnesota Extension agricultural business expert.
  • Success By the Dozens
    Indiana farmer expands one acre of sweet corn to a booming, diversified business.
  • #TTP14 Conference Takes to Twitter
    Attendees spread the message and share insights from Tomorrow’s Top Producer Conference through social media.
  • Principles to Manage in Turbulent Times
    These 10 key principles can help producers succeed, says Mike Boehlje, a Purdue University ag economist.
  • The Future of Farming
    The 2014 Tomorrow’s Top Producer Conference, which was held Jan. 28 in downtown Chicago, Ill., opened with a staggering statistic.

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Tomorrow's Top Producer

This one-day event is focused on younger growers who are looking to become tomorrow's leaders! Hear from leading industry speakers and get a chance to network with and hear from previous Top Producer of the Year finalists and winners! Geared towards the age 35 and younger farmer, this event is held the day before Top Producer Seminar begins.

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Topics to be discussed include marketing strategies, tips for purchasing used equipment, best practices of successful producers, financial management, landlord relationship and more!

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