Ag-stravaganza – farm show focuses on food prices, future
DeKALB – The future of agriculture in 2013 and beyond will be on display at the Northern Illinois Farm Show today and Thursday.
The show, which is held at the Convocation Center at Northern Illinois University, will feature a number of presentations about the future of the market in terms of prices and weather outlook.
“We’re able to do various educational things, and we’re able to do a lot of intimate farm training,” said Raymond Bianchi, the vice president of IDEAg and the group’s show director. IDEAg organizes a number of agriculture events around the country.
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