Issues to be addressed at World Ag Expo 2011
July 28, 2010 By International agri-center
July 27, 2010 – To help attendees face the challenges, World Ag Expo leadership has
announced plans to organize activities and information around these
core hot topics during the 2011 Expo, Feb. 8-10.
July, 27, 2010, Tulare, Calif., – Water, immigration and global competitiveness are among the most challenging topics facing agribusiness professionals.
Just as challenging are potential changes in federal legislation and demands on the future of animal agriculture.
To help attendees face the challenges, World Ag Expo leadership has announced plans to organize activities and information around these core hot topics during the 2011 Expo, Feb. 8-10.
For the first time, the Expo magazine and seminars will be anchored by articles focused on these specific topics:
Animal Agriculture in 2020 – Fast forwarding the next decade of husbandry
Water – Liquid gold, making every drop count
Immigration Reform – The faces of ag economics
Global Trade – Growing stability in a perishable marketplace
Farm Bill and U.S. Agriculture Legislation – Legislating a grassroots marketplace
The articles and videotapes of seminars will be archived and available at worldagexpo.com after the Expo.
“For 44 years, World Ag Expo has been the premier destination for agriculture equipment and technology,” said Jerry Sinift, International Agri-Center Chief Executive Officer. “The amount of information can be overwhelming. By concentrating our efforts on five core areas, we can increase awareness, help attendees plan their visit and enable them to stay abreast of trends.”
The 44th annual World Ag Expo 2011, Tools for Agri-Business, will run February 8-10 at the International Agri-Center show grounds in Tulare, Calif. An estimated 100,000 visitors from 80 countries are expected to attend World Ag Expo this year. The expo is the largest annual agricultural show of its kind with 1,600 exhibitors displaying cutting-edge agricultural technology and equipment on 2.6 million square feet of show grounds.
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