Ag Outlook Forum

  • Stinson Leonard Street LLP 1201 Walnut Street Kansas City, MO, 64106 United States

AG OUTLOOK FORUM

This year has already proven to be very challenging for farmers, agribusiness and rural America. With a new Administration, a new Congress, and debate already starting on the 2018 Farm Bill, this is a great time to connect with top-notch leaders across agriculture and rural America, including:

  • Kansas City Federal Reserve President Esther George
  • Kansas Governor Sam Brownback
  • Missouri Governor Eric Greitens (invited)
  • John Deere Senior Vice President John Lagemann
  • Kansas City Southern President & CEO Patrick Ottensmeyer
  • Cargill Corporate Vice President Brian Sikes
Sara Wyant, Event Moderator Agri-Pulse Communications

Sara Wyant, President, Agri-Pulse Communications - Moderator

LOCATION: 

Stinson Leonard Street Offices - 1201 Walnut St # 2900, Kansas City, MO 64106

PROGRAM:

1:00 PM      Registration & Networking

1:30 PM      Ag Outlook Forum

4:00 PM     Reception

“Kansas City has been growing as a regional hub for hundreds of agribusinesses and this is great way to showcase some of our best and brightest,” says Cliff Becker, chairman, Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City. “The event will build on the very successful inaugural session the group held in 2016.” 

Becker, a senior executive with Farm Journal Media, said the Council is excited to partner on the 2017 version with Agri-Pulse Communications, a media company known as an industry leader in agricultural policy coverage and analysis.

“We are pleased to partner with the Agricultural Business Council of Kansas City to provide participants with a CEO-level perspective on the issues, opportunities, and challenges facing the agriculture industry,” said Sara Wyant, President, Agri-Pulse Communications.

The Ag Outlook Forum will be held at the offices of Stinson Leonard Street in downtown Kansas City, 1201 Walnut.  The program will begin at 1:30 p.m. and will conclude with a networking reception at 5:00 p.m.  Early-bird registration is $95 for Agricultural Business Council members and $125 for non-members.

Becker said there are a limited number of seats and expects the event to be a sell-out, urging those interested in attending to register early. Sponsorship opportunities are available and you can learn more by e-mailing tomdavisrmg@outlook.com.