Changes coming to Wisconsin Agribusiness Classic conference

A long-running agriculture conference that brings information and training to agronomists, farm managers, seed, and fertilizer retailers will look a lot different next year.

Wisconsin Agri-Business Association Executive Director Tom Bressner tells Brownfield their annual Agribusiness Classic is changing and moving. “The 2025 Wisconsin Agribusiness Classic will be moving to the (Wisconsin) Dells.”

Bressner says the conference will be held on a Monday and Tuesday, January 13th and 14th of 2025 instead of mid-week.  Bressner says they hope to make the conference appeal to more agronomists, farm managers, and families as well as adding requested programming to the event. “We’re looking at trying to add some pieces. We’ve already started talking about bringing in DATCP (Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade, and Consumer Protection) and UW Extension to do pesticide applicator training and testing for those that need to get certified each year.”

The Wisconsin Agri-Business Association was formed by the 2012 merger of the Wisconsin Agri-Service Association and the Wisconsin Crop Production Association, with a history of serving farmers dating back to 1936.

Audio: Tom Bressner discusses upcoming changes to the AgriBusiness Classic with Brownfield’s Larry Lee

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