What’s New at Farmer2FarmerVI
Farmer2Farmer is back in just a few short weeks in Omaha, Nebraska from December 6th - 8th.
[Learn more about Farmer2Farmer VI. We look forward to seeing you in Omaha!]
This year’s theme is Back in the Black which means getting farmers back to profitability or staying there if your operation is already profitable. It’s all about doing it sustainably which is what FBN® exists to do. We help you focus on your bottom line and give you as many tools as possible to farm profitably.
This is the first Farmer2Farmer since 2019 and we’re excited to be back with all of our farmer members. This year we’ll be joined by over 3,000 farmers from across the USA, Canada and Australia.
By attending Farmer2Farmer, you’ll not only have an opportunity to network with some of the leading producers in Ag, you’ll take home knowledge that will ultimately benefit your operation.
Here’s what to expect if you’ve never attended Farmer2Farmer:
New this year: FBN University
FBN University starts on December 6 at 1 pm CT so be sure to arrive early. Attend educational seminars to learn more about all aspects of farming and agriculture.
These seminars will feature educational trainings from our expert veterinarians, nutritionists, insurance and biosecurity experts aimed at Cow-Calf, Feedlot and Dairy and Swine producers.
Farm Finance University
Learn more about purchasing and trends around farmland from FBN® Finance experts. You’ll also learn about risk management, insurance and the latest research and data from the FBN network.
Learn more about biologicals and seed selection and placement from our expert agronomists.
New: NASA Harvest and Climate Summit
FBN is partnering with NASA to look at the effects of climate change on agriculture, what’s happening with the climate and the risks it will present to producers in the near future. You won’t want to miss this exciting and informative summit on Tuesday, December 6.
[Looking for a reason to attend? You really only need one, but here are 5 reasons why you should attend Farmer2Famer VI]
Crop Circles are a fun way to take a breather after harvest this year to connect and network with fellow producers and leading experts from around the world. Reconnect with old friends and make new ones as you talk about your strategies for 2023.
One of the world’s experts on risk management, Alex Honnold is the only human to free solo El Capitan, Yosemite’s 3000 foot rock monolith without a rope!
Jocko Willink is a podcaster, thought leader and author of the New York Times #1 bestseller Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Land and Win. You won’t want to miss his leadership and management strategies.
Peter Zeihan is a geopolitical strategist and critically acclaimed author. He works with Fortune 500 companies, trade associations, policy makers and government agencies to better understand geography, democracy, energy and trade.
[Learn more about the Farmer2Farmer keynote speakers and what you can expect from them in Omaha]
On Day 3 of F2F, we’ll be focused on a series of business trainings with FBN and our partners. There will be sessions covering:
Not only will you be able to get work done at the event, you’ll be able to lay out your 2023 plan with these productive training sessions.
Our trade show will feature dozens of partners showcasing products and all things Ag related at the event.
Whether you’re looking to speak to a nutritionist or veterinarian, learn more about crop insurance, risk management or take care of your financing needs, all of your needs will be covered at Farmer2Farmer.
For regenerative growers, we’ll be announcing all sustainability programs and contracts that you won’t want to miss.
You’ll be able to take advantage of deals and discounts from FBN while at the event to capture great savings for your operation and go into the holidays with a little less to worry about.
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Farmer2Farmer is bigger, better and bolder than ever. Get your tickets today.
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