The Pork Checkoff is bringing industry experts together to speak on current business trends and challenges at the 2013 Pork Management Conference. Checkoff Producer and State Services Committee Chair David Ray says the conference combines up-to-date information on the business of pork production with opportunities to interact with knowledgeable financial and business professionals who are dedicated to helping pork producers succeed. Pork producers can gain important insight and financial sophistication they can use to help manage through tough economic times.
The Pork Management Conference will take place in Denver, Colorado June 18th through the 21st. In addition to the general sessions On Wednesday and Thursday – two concurrent sessions are planned for Thursday. Topics include the Affordable Care Act, the use of alternative feeds, updates on accounting practices for pork producers, a case study on margin management, PRRS strategies and the economics of sow-housing.
Through May 24th – the registration fee is 395-dollars per person. After May 24th – the fee increases to 435-dollars per person. Thanks to AgStar Financial Services – the first 10 pork producers who have not attended the conference in the past two years will receive a 300-dollar discount on registration. Visit www.pork.org for a registration form and a detailed list of events.
Source: NAFB News Service