Sugar Producer

August/September 2019

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Page 4 of 23 5 PUBLISHER Jason Harris EDITOR Tyrell Marchant ADVERTISING DIRECTOR Rob Erickson ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE Kevin Malcom GROUP SECRETARY Magdalene Mercado CIRCULATION DIRECTOR Chuck Harris PRODUCTION MANAGER Janet Chase PRODUCTION STAFF Jim Donovan Lavon Horne Del Moss Chloe O'Laughlin IT DIRECTOR Chuck Harris CONTROLLER Clayton Ward PRESIDENT Jason Harris VICE PRESIDENT Chuck Harris VICE PRESIDENT Ryan Harris VICE PRESIDENT Steve Janes VICE PRESIDENT Greg Larsen SECRETARY Janet Chase TREASURER Clayton Ward Sugar Producer magazine is published nine times yearly. ©2019, Harris Publishing, Inc. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without permission is strictly prohibited. Publisher not responsible for content of submitted materials. Back copies or subscriptions: (800) 638.0135 Basic subscription rates are: U.S., 1 year-$20, nine issues; Canada/International 1 year, $90 U.S., nine issues. All subscriptions are U.S. funds only. Limited back issues available for $10 U.S. each. ORGANIZATIONS ASGA (202) 833-2398 U.S. BEET SUGAR ASSOCIATION (202) 296-4820 AMERICAN SUGAR ALLIANCE (703) 351-5055 | BEET SUGAR DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION (303) 832-4460 SUGAR ASSOCIATION, INC. (202) 785-1122 | Printed in Idaho Falls, Idaho by Falls Printing HARRIS PUBLISHING, INC. 360 B Street Idaho Falls, ID 83402 (208) 524-7000 | Fax: (208) 522-5241 FOUNDER Darryl W. Harris R E A D E R S : R E M E M B E R T H A T B E H I N D E V E R Y P R I N T F L I C L O G O I S E X C L U S I V E V I D E O C O N T E N T W A I T I N G T O B E D I S C O V E R E D ! D O W N L O A D T H E A P P , O P E N I T U P , S C A N T H E P A G E . I T ' S T H A T E A S Y ! Aug. 1-2 National Strip-Tillage Conference Peoria, Ill. This unique, one-of-a-kind learning experience assembles the best strip-tillers, agronomists and researchers in one location to share cutting-edge ideas, techniques and strategies to raise your level of strip-till profitability, efficiency and efficacy. Learn more at Aug. 2-7 International Sweetener Symposium Omni Grove Park Inn Asheville, N.C. Attendance at this year's Symposium is a must for everyone in the industry to see where Congress stands with a new Farm Bill and what it means for the sugar industry. Program topics will include the U.S. and world market outlook and the effect of multilateral, regional and bilateral trade agreements on world sugar policies and U.S. commodity programs. Learn more and register at symposium. Aug. 20-22 Midwest Ag Industries Exposition (MAGIE) McLean County Fairgrounds Bloomington, Ill. The MAGIE show supports the best equipment offerings in the industry and brings together the best companies and employees in the crop production supply and service sector. Learn more at Aug. 25-29 National Association of Plant Breeders Annual Meeting Callaway Gardens Pine Mountain, Ga. The National Association of Plant Breeders advances excellence in research, education and outreach in the field of improvement. The annual highlights the latest research from invited speakers and showcases breeding efforts on regional crops. Learn more at Aug. 27-29 Farm Progress Show Decatur, Ill. This is where producers from all over gather, meet and learn. This is where major manufacturers choose to roll out their newest offerings. This is where we celebrate agriculture. Learn more at Sept. 25-27 Women in Agribusiness Summit Hyatt Regency Minneapolis, Minn. The 8th annual Women in Agribusiness Summit hosts a community of hundreds of executive-level women who are passionate about agribusiness, and the crucial need to recruit, retain and advance women in the industry. Learn more at Oct. 28-30 Drone World Expo The Westgate Las Vegas From a multi-track conference program to hands-on workshops, live drone demonstrations, networking opportunities and more exhibitors than at any other commercial drone event, you'll learn how to best use UAS to maximize your organization's efficiency, save money, improve safety and mitigate risk. Register at Aug. 8 Data-Driven Agriculture Summit Lumber Exchange Event Center Minneapolis The Data-Driven Agriculture Summit unites the wisdom of current agricultural leaders with the analytical insights of digital transformation experts in an exploration of how data-driven strategies will lead to more efficient, productive and sustainable farming practices. Learn more at Sept. 17-19 Farm Science Review Ohio State University Molly Caren Agricultural Center London, Ohio The Farm Science Review attracts upwards of 140,000 visitors from all over the U.S. and Canada, who come for three days to peruse 4,000 product lines from 600 commercial exhibitors, and learn the latest in agricultural production. The educational programs feature Ohio State and Purdue specialists and are second to none in the agricultural exhibition world. Learn more at

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