Ag Industry Readies Itself for Commodity Classic 2023

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2/9/2023

Commodity Classic 2023America’s largest premier agricultural and educational experience is just weeks away, and AEM is thrilled to once again be a show partner and do its part to make Commodity Classic a success.

Scheduled for March 9-11, 2023, at the Orange County Convention Center West Concourse in Orlando, Florida, Commodity Classic 2023 is poised to provide all the answers, solutions, information and insights farmers are looking for to ensure long-term efficiency, profitability and improvement.

“Commodity Classic is a one-of-a-kind event, and the farmer-driven efforts between and its event partners have the show positioned for sustained success,” said John Rozum, AEM Senior Director of Ag & Utility Exhibitions and Events. “AEM is proud to be involved with a show that’s uniquely positioned to shape the future of ag and help implement the steps necessary to ensure that future is a bright one for farmers and manufacturers alike.”

Registration is still open. Learn more.

As preparations for this year’s show rev up, both attendees and exhibitors have so much to look forward to once Commodity Classic gets underway, including:

  • Hundreds of leading ag companies being ready to unveil and discuss new and innovative products on the show floor.
  • Dozens of high-quality education sessions providing valuable information and insights to help farmers in attendance do their jobs more efficiently and effectively.
  • The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), along with AEM, presenting the sixth annual Davidson Prize to three breakthrough and innovative products in the areas of agricultural, food and biological systems engineering.
  • The Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF), along with AEM, holding the AEF Spring Plugfest. Held every spring and fall, AEF’s Plugfest events serve as uniquely valuable opportunities for event attendees to assess tractor-implement compatibility (no matter what the brand) as part of an effort to improve overall satisfaction.

View the Commodity Classic 2023 Registration Brochure to learn more and check out the list of this year’s notable speakers, which includes AEM’s own Curt Blades.

“Attendees can once again expect to see the latest and greatest technology related to equipment and inputs, as well as impactful conversations with knowledgeable exhibit staff,” said Rozum. “Meanwhile, exhibitors should look forward to Commodity Classic continuing to draw the largest and most progressive crop farmers to the show floor. AEM is thrilled to once again support efforts to enhance the show experience for attendees and exhibitors alike.”

Established in 1996, Commodity Classic is presented annually by the American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Sorghum Producers and AEM.

For more information and stay up to date on registration information, event schedule, speakers, educational sessions and other event details, visit www.commodityclassic.com.

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