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Agriculture conference addresses uncertainty

August 28, 2013 National Comments
St. Louis

Doane’s have been involved in agriculture since the Pilgrims established gardens in the Colonies. Today, Doane Advisory Services announced its 29th Agriculture Outlook Conference to be held October 2013 in St. Louis, Mo.

The conference features a seasoned team of Doane economists, industry experts and consultants to address the uncertainties of  today’s agricultural market.

“The conference theme, ‘Agriculture – Navigating the Uncertainty’ will provide a valuable picture of the expectation for agriculture,” Shane Jones, Doane’s general manager, said in an advisory release. “Anyone that is impacted by the agriculture segment will benefit from attending. We will have representatives from agribusiness, financial firms, food processors, and restaurant chains.”

Speakers are slated to cover major food industry trends, agricultural policies, macroeconomics, and will feature crop consultants. Ample opportunities for networking  and engaging discussions are promised.

Doane Advisory is an agricultural economics firm with expertise in market analysis, commodity price outlook, risk management, and economic analysis, according to the release and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Vance Publishing Corp.

Learn More: www.doane.com/outlook-conference

Doane Agriculture Outlook Conference

Doane 2013 Agriculture Outlook Conference, St. Louis, Mo.

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