FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Dave Blower Jr. at 317-644-0980;
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. (Feb. 22, 2021) — The 2021 Commodity Classic is set to take place March 2-5 virtually with more than 50 educational sessions delivered directly to your farm. Topics will include soil health, grain marketing, pest management and more.
Registration to participate in this online event is open, and the fee is waived for the first 5,000 farmers thanks to the generous support of sponsors. All other registrants and farmers after the first 5,000 will be charged $20. Indiana Soybean Alliance and Indiana Corn Marketing Council are offering a free code to any Indiana corn and soybean farmer who visitsand fills out the online form.
“The Commodity Classic, like many other events around the country, has been affected by COVID-19 restrictions,” said ICMC President Joshua Miller, a farmer from Anderson, Ind. “However, we’ve hosted many fun and informative events online in the past year, and I’m sure the Commodity Classic will be well worth your time. I urge you to take advantage of the deals to participate in this event.”
The registration covers all online sessions and events as well as access to all archived sessions through April 30. To receive a code for a free registration, visit. For more about the Classic and to register online, visit commodityclassic.com.
About Indiana Soybean Alliance: The Indiana Soybean Alliance works to enhance the viability of Indiana soybean farmers through the effective and efficient investment of soybean checkoff funds that protect and promote the interest of Indiana soybean farmers. The ISA works to assist soybean farmers through its strategic initiatives of market development; environmental, social and economic sustainability; value creation and producer engagement. ISA is led by an elected, farmer board that directs investments of the soybean checkoff funds on behalf of more than 20,000 Indiana soybean farmers. Learn more at www.indianasoybean.com
About Indiana Corn Marketing Council: The Indiana Corn Marketing Council was established by the Indiana General Assembly to promote the interests of corn growers in the state and to manage corn checkoff funds. The Council is composed of 17 voting directors who guide investments of corn checkoff funds on behalf of more than 20,000 Indiana corn farmers. The ICMC works to assist corn farmers through its strategic initiatives of market development; environmental, social and economic sustainability; value creation and producer engagement. Learn more at www.incorn.org
This communication was funded with Indiana corn and soybean checkoff dollars.