Calling All Speakers!

News / FBNews April 6, 2017

The AFBF Annual Convention & IDEAg Trade Show is seeking speakers for January 5-10, 2018, in Nashville, Tennessee!

Come strike a chord in Music City with agricultural leaders, innovators and producers as they collaborate at the 99th annual gathering of America’s largest general farming organization! Take the stage as a workshop session speaker OR with a Ted-style talk in the spotlight of the trade show floor.

Our 6,000+ attendees come from across the country looking to learn the newest advances & ideas in agriculture that they can take back to the farm and apply to their everyday lives. They are seeking topics that cover agricultural business practices, tech advances, policy expertise, the journey from farm to table, rural development, leadership training and more!

From sixth-generation ranchers to young farmers trying to break into the industry, this is a passionate, creative audience looking for equally stimulating and knowledgeable presenters.  

If your boots are up for the challenge, then boot, scoot, and boogie your speaking proposal here by May 26, 2017!

(No honky tonk background necessary.)

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