WASHINGTON — The American Farm Bureau is hosting a full day of virtual programming, focused on the future of agriculture and the most pressing issues for farmers, ranchers and consumers in 2021.
The 2021 American Farm Bureau Virtual Convention offers a full plate of programming following the official kickoff Sunday with an opening address from AFBF President Zippy Duvall. The virtual convention is free to all, and registration remains open throughout the event. Monday through Wednesday, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from industry leaders, farmers and policy experts at both live featured workshops and on-demand sessions.
All sessions will also be available as on-demand content post-airing to all registered attendees. The full schedule and free registration information can all be found at annualconvention.fb.org.
–American Farm Bureau Federation
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