ST. LOUIS, Mo. — Plans for the 2023 Commodity Classic are well underway as America’s largest farmer-led agricultural and educational experience returns to Orlando March 9-11, 2023. The theme for the 2023 show is “Preparing for the Next Generation.”
The preliminary schedule for the 2023 Commodity Classic can be found online at https://commodityclassic.com/2023-schedule-at-a-glance. The schedule highlights tentative dates and times for the dozens of educational sessions, presentations, special events, and trade show. Additional sessions continue to be added to the schedule as available.
“We’re excited for Commodity Classic to return to Orlando, which has historically been a very popular location for us,” said George Goblish, a Minnesota farmer, ASA member, and co-chair of the 2023 Commodity Classic. “We encourage everyone to check out the schedule to start planning their trip to Orlando.”
Fellow 2023 co-chair Kenny Hartman, an Illinois farmer and NCGA member, added, “Our attendees love the huge trade show Commodity Classic offers, which is one of the best places where growers can learn the latest farming technologies and build on strategies to improve their operation.”
The location’s popularity is evident with a nearly sold-out tradeshow of agricultural exhibitors who plan to showcase innovative products and services in front of thousands of America’s top farmers. Orlando also offers an abundance of opportunities for dining, entertainment, guided tours, and various local attractions.
Registration and housing for the 2023 Commodity Classic will open in mid-November 2022. Attendees can sign up now to receive email updates at CommodityClassic.com. Watch social media for additional details.
Established in 1996, Commodity Classic is America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused agricultural and educational experience. It is presented annually by the American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Sorghum Producers, and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
— National Corn Growers Association