Northern Ag Expo program announced

The event will be in the Fargodome later in November.

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The North Dakota Agricultural Association will host the 51st Annual Northern Ag Expo at the Fargodome on Nov. 29-30. The meeting includes educational sessions, business meetings, and a trade show of over 100 companies providing products and services to the agricultural industry. A complimentary lunch will be provided to attendees on Tuesday Nov. 29.

Louis and Cyril Keller are the inventors of the Bobcat skid-steer loader and were selected as 2023 inductees into the National Inventors Hall of Fame.

Program topics and speakers include:

  • Weather and Ag InFocus - Dean Wysocki, Justin Storm and Bridgette Readel, WDAY/The Flag
  • SEC Scope 3-What Is It and Why Should I Care — Mary Thomas Hart, National Cattleman’s Beef Association
  • Carbon Capture and Storage and North Dakota's Agriculture Economy - Charlie Adams, Summit Carbon Solutions
  • Grain Market Update/Outlook – Dr. Frayne Olson, North Dakota State University, Randy Martinson, Martinson Risk Management, Betsy Jenson, Northland Community and Technical College

Along with exhibits, the show floor will include a safety demonstration booth sponsored jointly by NDSU Farm & Ranch Safety and Sheyenne Valley Technical Rescue. Miss Agriculture USA Maci Wehri will be in the booth on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
The association is governed by a 12-member board representing the areas of plant food, crop protection, seed and equipment from around the state. Current association officers, directors, and staff are Steve Perry, Hannaford, president;
Jim Breckheimer, Valley City, vce president; Carter Medalen, Rugby, secretary/treasurer; Craig Hanson, Fargo, past president; directors Chris Alberty, West Fargo; Jason Dannelly and Mark Dooley, Fargo; Jeff Dixon, Casselton; Calvin Ihry, Thompson; Joe Killoran, Tower City; Logan Melby, Garrison, and Chris Wharam, Grand Forks; Stu Letcher, executive director, and Jessica Rust, executive assistant, both Fargo.

 The NDAA office address is located at 2417 North University Drive, Suite A, Fargo.

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