3 Reasons to Attend the DTN Virtual Ag Summit

Katie Micik Dehlinger
By  Katie Micik Dehlinger , Farm Business Editor
DTN Virtual Ag Summit "Conquer the Chaos", December 12 to 13, 2022 (DTN)

Lately, the world has made it difficult for those who like to plan. Mother Nature has a way of throwing a wrench in things, and markets don't behave how we expect them to, nor do foreign leaders for that matter.

To make it in this tough environment, you must know where your business is today, where you want it to be in the short and long term, and what possibilities you have to pivot when circumstances create invariable change. That's why we chose to make the theme of this year's DTN Virtual Ag Summit Conquer the Chaos: Strategies To Build Endurance for Your Business.

Here are three reasons why you should attend:

1. The best market and weather outlooks will help you plan your year. DTN Lead Analyst Todd Hultman will explain how to think about the volatile markets using DTN's Six Factors approach. He'll look at how long these historically high prices could last and what to watch out for ahead. DTN Ag Meteorologist John Baranick will share long-range outlooks to help farmers prepare for spring planting and summer growing weather.

2. Farmers and business leaders share the ways they're changing to meet new realities. CHS's senior vice president Gary Halvorson will discuss how input suppliers and agribusinesses are working to meet demand, and how the supply chain is driving changes throughout the industry. Farmers and company experts explain the latest trends in carbon credits and how different programs could work for different operations.

3. Forget the dress slacks. Wear your comfy boots or your pajamas. This year's Ag Summit is 100% virtual, so you can take in the content from the comfort of your home or farm office. If you need to step away, we understand. All of our sessions will be available on demand for a month following the event.

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