2019 Summer Agricultural Outlook Conference
The 2019 Summer Agricultural Outlook Conference: Producing and Consuming in a Global Marketplace
Prospects for Markets, Weather, and Finances in the Year Ahead
August 14 & 15, 2019
The Agicultural Extension Outlook Conference has existed for almost 50 years as a place where Extension professionals, USDA researchers, and industry analysts can meet and share their analysis and forecasts for the coming year. Attendence is open to producers, consumers, industry professionals, agricultural organizations and interested parties.
- Agricultural Economists at North American Land Grant Universities (Extension, Research and Teaching)
- USDA World Agricultural Outlook Board (WAOB), Economic Research Service (ERS), National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS), Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS), Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Risk Management Agency (RMA)
- Agricultural Extension Agents
- State Farm Management Association or Farm Business Analysts/Technicians
- Agricultural Instructors (2-year or 4-year Educational Institutions)
- Industry Analysts (ADM, Cargill, Consolidated Grain and Barge, Intl FCStone, The Andersons)
- Agribusiness & Ag Finance interests associated with the Agriculture & Applied Economics Association (AAEA)
- Agricultural Organizations (Corn Growers, Soybean Association, Farm Bureau, Pork Producers, Dairy Producers, Cattlemens and Cattlewomens Association)
Hotel: Cincinnati Airport Marriott, 2395 Progress Dr. Hebron, KY 41048, Room rates under the conference rate are $129/ room.
Conference Registration: $130 per person
*Cancellations are accepted until July 26, 2019. A $10 service fee will be deducted from the registration refund. Unfortunately we cannot refund registration fees for cancellations after July 26th.
To register, CLICK HERE.
Speakers from various land-grant institutions, including: The Ohio State University, University of Kentucky, Kansas State University, Purdue University, University of Missouri, Michigan State University, University of Illinois, Kansas State University, Iowa State University, Pennsylvania State University, North Dakota State University, along with Byrd Polar and Climate Research Center, Cleveland Federal Reserve Bank, Consolidated Barge and Grain, Livestock Marketing Information Center, and USDA-ERS.