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Silent Auction

The American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture will have its annual Silent Auction online January 2-8, 2018. All proceeds of the auction will support the work of the Foundation and its mission to build awareness, understanding and a positive public perception of agriculture through education. There will be items on display in the Foundation booth, but ALL bidding will be done online. 

You can show off your state by donating an item to the auction. Plus, if you donate an item to the auction ($50 value or more) you will be entered to win a complimentary table for 10 to Flapjacks with Foundation valued at $450! Find out more below.


Flapjacks with the Foundation

Sunday, January 7, 2018
7:45 a.m.

Individual - $37
Table of 10 - $360
Reserved Table of 10* - $450

*Reserved tables are new this year!

Enjoy a pancake breakfast while learning about all of the Foundation’s ag literacy efforts; emceed by Tennessee favorite Cowboy Dan.

Guest Speaker Beverly Flores, Media Relations Manager from John Deere, will discuss agricultural innovations.

The Foundation’s newest Book of the Year will also be announced! Attendees will receive a copy of the book thanks to a generous sponsorship from Farm Bureau Bank.


Foundation Night Out

Monday, January 8, 2018
8:00 p.m. (Doors at 7:00 p.m.)

Tickets: $70

Join us for the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture's Allstar Jam featuring the famous Nashville house band Sixwire with country music stars Wynonna, Jerrod Niemann, Eric Paslay, Kecia Garland and Caylee Hammack. As seen on the television show "Nashville," Sixwire will carry the night as these country staples sing their hits throughout the evening. The night will be emceed by Great American Country (GAC) television host Nan Kelley.

We expect a packed house, so make sure to get your tickets early through the convention registration system.

About the Performers


Learn More

Visit the American Farm Bureau Foundation for Agriculture's website to learn more about their efforts in agricultural literacy. 

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