The 2016 Montana Farm Bureau Annual Convention will be November 13-16 at the Double Tree and Northern Hotels in Billings, Montana. The theme “Connecting at the Trailhead” captures the coming together of farmers and ranchers to work toward the common goal of promoting agriculture, dealing with regulations and providing food for a hungry world. Here's a preview of some convention highlights:
Tuesday, November 15 — Young Farmers & Ranchers-hosted lunch session keynote:
Greg Page, Cargill’s former chief executive officer, is versed in success. As the head of Cargill, Page used his global experience, leadership skills and positive, realistic outlook to help drive Cargill’s growth, even as the company navigated one of the world’s most difficult economic periods. In his talk to Farm Bureau members, Page will provide insights into the challenges and choices we face as we feed a more populous and hopefully more prosperous world. He will share what he’s learned in his international travels that brings technology and agriculture together for the betterment of all.
Page also serves as a member of the board of directors of Eaton Corporation, Deere & Company and 3M. He is past-chair of the board of Big Brothers Big Sisters of America, and immediate past-president of the Northern Star Council of the Boy Scouts of America, and continues to serve on both boards.
Ready to join us at the 2016 Montana Farm Bureau Annual Convention? REGISTER ONLINE HERE.
LODGING INFORMATION – Attendees are responsible for making their own room reservations. Call the Northern Hotel at (406) 867-6767 or for overflow, contact the DoubleTree Hotel at (406) 238-4302 and request the MFB room block for special conference rates. Be sure to book your room by October 23!
How to feed a more populous, prosperous world
10/21/2016 5:17:59 PM