Farmers excited for virtual 2021 Commodity Classic


Farmers excited for virtual 2021 Commodity Classic

Illinois corn and soybean farmer Stan Born says while he will miss traveling to San Antonio this year, he is excited that there will be virtual opportunities for the 2021 Commodity Classic.

“It is a great event, and I am so pleased to see that the groups involved in that are keeping it going this year. There are going to be a lot of great speakers, just like always and it is important to have that.”

He says without travel, the virtual format makes it easier for more farmers to participate and helps those participants be involved in more of the scheduled events.

“This year it might be your shop, it might be your office, but nonetheless it is important to tune in and get that information that is available to us to help us plan and better execute this coming year.”

Born serves as Treasurer for the American Soybean Association and serves on the board for the US Soybean Export Council.

Continuous coverage of the 2021 Commodity Classic will be available on the home page at March 2nd – 5th.