CropSphere to join Crop Production Show at Prairieland Park
October 17, 2016 (Saskatoon, SK) – Growers will enjoy an excellent lineup of speakers and experts on all topics related to crop production and marketing at the fourth-annual CropSphere conference, which will be held January 10 and 11, 2017.
CropSphere 2017, which will once again be hosted by SaskOats, SaskBarley, SaskCanola, SaskFlax, Saskatchewan Pulse Growers and Sask Wheat, will be joining the Western Canadian Crop Production Show at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon.
“By bringing CropSphere closer to the Crop Production Show, we are hoping to deliver even greater value to growers,” says Wayne Thompson, Executive Director for SaskFlax and co-chair of the CropSphere Committee. “The groups involved strive to provide growers with timely and valuable agronomic, marketing and research information they can use to benefit their businesses, along with insight into the global forces and events that will impact agriculture in the near-term.”
Keynote sessions confirmed for 2017 include:
- David Frum/Author and former speech writer and special assistant to President George W. Bush: The impacts of the U.S. election results on Canada/U.S. trade relations.
- Mike Jubinville/Lead analyst and president of Pro Farmer Canada, an independent market analysis and advisory firm: Crop markets in a volatile world.
Early registration will be available starting November 1.
For more information visit www.cropsphere.com.
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For more information, please contact:
Dallas Carpenter, CropSphere Media Liaison
Thanks to our platinum sponsors BASF, WGRF and the Canadian Canola Growers Association, and to our official media partner, the Western Producer.
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