Commodity Classic

Save the Date: Commodity Classic Heads to Anaheim, Calif.

It doesn’t matter what you grow. It doesn’t matter how many acres you farm. Commodity Classic will help you become an even better farmer. Join us for the annual trade show in Anaheim, Calif. Feb. 27-March 1, 2018! Click here to learn more. The education,  networking,  trade  show and experience  at Commodity Classic will help  … Read More »

2018 Commodity Classic Trade Show Open to New Exhibitors June 1

The trade show floor at Commodity Classic—America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused convention and trade show—will open to new exhibitors on Thursday, June 1, 2017. The 2018 Commodity Classic will be held Tuesday, Feb. 28 through Thursday, March 2 in Anaheim, Calif. Exhibit space is limited. For exhibitor information, visit the website, call 888-447-6734 or email: Last year’s … Read More »

Commodity Classic Leadership Meets, Discusses Plans for 2018

Commodity Classic staff, affiliates, farmer-leaders and Platinum, Gold and Silver sponsors of the annual trade show traveled to Anaheim, Calif. last week to discuss next year’s show. The group reviewed successes and attendee survey results from this year’s event and began making plans for 2018. Representing the American Soybean Association (ASA) included: Gerry Hayden, Kentucky (Co-Chair), … Read More »

2017 Commodity Classic Session Videos Now Online

The Commodity Classic Library featuring recordings of 28 educational sessions and the General Session is now available online. Registered Commodity Classic attendees enjoy free access to the recorded educational sessions that took place on the days for which they were registered. The library is a great way to refresh your memory on sessions you attended … Read More »

Thousands ‘Farmer Up!’ at 2017 Commodity Classic in San Antonio

  In spite of challenging times in the farm economy, thousands of growers and agricultural advocates opted to “Farmer Up!” and attend the 2017 Commodity Classic March 2-4 in San Antonio, Texas. “Commodity Classic continued in its tradition of excellence this year, demonstrating the enthusiasm America’s farmers have for continuous learning and improvement,” said Commodity … Read More »

Motter Touches on Technology, Moore Speaks to Work Ahead at ASA Awards Banquet

Two respected leaders within the soy family took the stage at Commodity Classic last week to celebrate a strong year for the soybean industry and look ahead to the work to come in 2017 at the annual ASA Awards Banquet in San Antonio. United Soybean Board Chairman John Motter spoke about the impact that advancing … Read More »

ASA Celebrates Another Successful Soy Social & Auction

The American Soybean Association (ASA) appreciates all of the supporters who celebrated the 12th annual Soy Social and Auction at the 2017 Commodity Classic in San Antonio. The auction theme was Rodeo in San Antonio, and it offered a wide variety of items for participants to bid on, including jewelry, electronics, a John Deere Gator … Read More »

Single-Day Registrations Available for Commodity Classic in San Antonio

If you can’t commit to all three days at the 2017 Commodity Classic in San Antonio, never fear!  One-day registrations can provide a robust experience of education, new equipment and technology and entertainment. One-day registration provides admission to all applicable events and educational sessions scheduled for that day including educational sessions, the trade show, the … Read More »

House Ag Committee Chairman to Speak at Commodity Classic

U.S. Congressman Mike Conaway, chairman of the House Committee on Agriculture, will address the thousands of attendees at the 2017 Commodity Classic in San Antonio, March 2-4, 2017. Congressman Conaway will speak during the popular General Session, which takes place from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. on Friday, March 3. Serving his seventh term in … Read More »

Classic General Session’s Keynote Speaker to Offer Powerful Message on Overcoming Adversity

John O’Leary has lived through worse than most can imagine. At age nine, a fire exploded and burned 100 percent of his body. Given a one-percent chance to live, he fought extraordinary odds. O’Leary spent five months in the hospital, underwent dozens of surgeries, lost all of his fingers to amputation and had to relearn … Read More »