The sixth annual Nebraska Ag Classic will be held at the Ramada Inn, Kearney, Neb., Dec. 14 to 16. Starting off the second day of the conference will be David Martosko from the Center for Consumer Freedom. Martosko will focus specifically on his experiences and interactions with the the Humane Society of the United States and what Nebraska agriculture producers need to know to help protect their industry.
A panel discussion will follow Martosko's presentation with Martosko as the moderator. Panel participants include Jack Fisher with the Ohio Farm Bureau, Chad Gregory with the United Egg Producers and Craig Head with the Nebraska Farm Bureau. All three participants will discuss their personal experiences and involvement in defending the industry against activist groups who have entered their state with the intent to hurt their agriculture industries. Attendees will have plenty of opportunities to ask questions of the panel to help them better understand the importance of this issue.
Visit www.neagclassic.org for conference updates. Sponsorship and exhibit opportunities are available. Contact Ginger Jelinek at 402-450-5189 for sponsorship information. For tradeshow information, contact Sara Bishop at 402-476-6174.
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