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Gearing up for Commodity Classic 2010

February 21, 2010

I  am looking forward to Commodity Classic this year. Not only because it will give me the opportunity to get out of the snowy and cold Missouri weather and into the warm and sunny California weather, but because of all the opportunities I will have to learn more about agriculture from the best in the biz.

One of the great things about Commodity Classic is that it attracts some of the top large-acreage buyers in corn, sorghum, soy and wheat crops as well as the agriculture industry’s top influencers. I am excited to talk to these influential producers and see what they anticipate for the 2010 growing season and why they come to this show.

Glynn, Lisa (our student blogger), and myself are so excited to jump into the action in Anaheim and bring the sights and sounds of the show to those of you that cannot attend. We will try some new and old methods to update you on Commodity Classic. From to live tweeting to Facebook photos to blog posts on this blog and Beyond the Rows, you have plenty of ways to be in the middle of the action.

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The show is less than 2 weeks away and you can count on Monsanto to bring you all of the news coming from the show. Anything in particular you would like to see? Post a comment below and I will try to make your wish my command.

Monsanto ~ 2010 Commodity Classic

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