The Utah Farm Bureau and DairyWest are again joining together at the 2020 FUSION Conference to offer powerful breakouts and the largest agriculture tradeshow in Utah. The meetings will take place January 30-31 at the Dixie Center in sunny St. George. FUSION unites all Utah agriculture leaders together as ambassadors for the industry. Attendees will walk away from the conference empowered with tools, strategies and motivation to be an effective advocate.
“This is one of the BIGGEST ag events of the year! If you work in agriculture, this event is for you,” said Ron Gibson, President of the Utah Farm Bureau. “It’s great to bring farmers and ranchers together from throughout agriculture. We’re happy to partner with DairyWest, bringing their additional ideas to the conference.”
The FUSION Ag Trade Show is the largest agricultural show in Utah. The trade show will introduce you to the latest equipment, technology, products, services and ideas in the agriculture industry. It also provides vendors the opportunity to interact with agriculture producers from the hay, pork, dairy, beef, turf, and fruit industries. In addition to the trade show, the two-day conference will include breakout sessions on topics ranging from farm management, advocating for agricutlure, agronomy, rural economic development, marketing, and additional topics related to growing a successful farm or ranch business.
Keynote speakers include former Olympic medallist Noelle Pikus Pace, Erin Fitzgerald, the CEO of the U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance, and Steve Lerch, a digital strategy and marketing consultant. There will be additional presentations including a panel discussion on consumer food trends as well as how to develop successful farm transition plans.
For more information and to register, visit https://www.utahfarmbureau.org/Article/2020-Utah-FUSION-Conference. The online registration deadline is January 16, though you can also register at the door. For more information, contact Bailee Woolstenhulme at 801-233-3014 or email@example.com.
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