2014 Commodity Classic

classic14The 2014 Commodity Classic was held in San Antonio, Texas Feb. 27-March 1, 2014.

Presented annually by the National Corn Growers Association, American Soybean Association, National Association of Wheat Growers and National Sorghum Producers, Commodity Classic is America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention, and trade show.

2014 Commodity Classic Photos

Vilsack Thanks Farmers for Security, Farm BillSecretary Vilsack at Commodity Classic Vilsack Classic Press Conference
Commodity Classic Presidents

Bing von Bergen, NAWG Martin Barbre, NCGA Ray Gaesser, ASA J.B. Stewart, NSP Group Discussion

Another Record Setting ClassicInterview with Rob Elliott, Classic Co-Chair

Lots more on the next page!

National Anthem by FMC Contest Winner
Noelle Goodson sings at Commodity Classic Interview with 2013 FMC Anthem Winner, Noelle Goodson

Corn Growers Talk Priorities at Commodity ClassicNCGA Press Conference with Martin Barbre
Soybean Growers Glad for Farm Bill, Upset Over EPA

ASA Chairman Danny Murphy ASA News Conference at Commodity Classic
Ag Leader AgFiniti Now Available
Interview with Luke James, Ag Leader Ag Leader OptRx in Focus at Classic
Interview with Greg Kneubuhler and John McGuire on Crop Sensors Interview with Chad Fick, Ag Leader

CTIC at Commodity ClassicInterview with Chad Watts, CTIC

Clean Fields, High Yields: Acceptance & PlanningBryan Young, Purdue

Ethanol’s Voice Heard at Commodity ClassicRobert White, RFA
Arming for a Fact-Based Fight Over Ethanol

Jack Bernens, Syngenta Brian Jennings, American Coalition for Ethanol James Doxtad, Iowa farmer

Biodiesel Finds Allies at Commodity ClassicJoe Jobe, CEO of NBB at Commodity Classic

Soil Health Partnership Update at Classic
Soil Health Partnership Press Conference Bill and Tim Couser Interview
Seed Treatment Stewardship Promoted at Classic
Press conference with Jane DeMarchi, ASTA

Interview with Rick Tolman, NCGA CEO Interview with Martin Barbre, NCGA president

2014 Commodity Classic Ribbon Cutting

ZimmGlass Through the Classic Trade Show