SASKATOON, SK. July 12, 2018 – Join the Grain World Crop Tour Seminar to learn more about our prairie crops and market positions for our farmers in the 2018 season. On July 26, FarmLink Market Analysts will meet to discuss the findings from their farm visits across the prairies.
They will be joined by special guest and industry leader Kurt Ahrens, President and Chief Analyst of Grainbot in Omaha, Nebraska to discuss crop conditions and outlooks from the U.S, as well as hear his thoughts on Canadian crops. Mr. Ahrens will also speak to current trade issues and timelines towards resolution and escalation.
The crop tour involves analysts, agronomists, and other industry experts visiting farms in Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Their minds meet in Saskatoon to analyze the Western Canadian crop market, underlining how our farmers will be successful, any pitfalls on the horizon, and what this means for the agriculture industry in Canada. These insights are compiled to understand how the global economy and foreign policy contributes to our industry.
Join us as we discuss the future of our agriculture industry and the impact on our farmers.
- Jonathan Driedger, Senior Market Analyst, FarmLink
- Neil Townsend, Senior Market Analyst, FarmLink
- Kurt Ahrens, President, Chief Analyst; Grainbot; Omaha, Nebraska
Wednesday, July 26, 2018
Schedule of Events:
Crop Tour Results
Presented by FarmLink Analysts Jon Dreidger and Neil Townsend
Presented by: Grainbot President and Chief Analyst, Kurt Ahrens
Q&A with FarmLink Analysts and Kurt Ahrens
Saskatoon Inn & Conference CentreSaskatoon Inn & Conference Centre
2002 Airport Dr., Saskatoon, SK
About Kurt Ahrens
Known for having the Midas touch, Kurt Ahrens tests conventional wisdom with his own unique brand of common sense analysis. Founder of Grainbot, a hyper-focused corn and wheat market analysis company striving to be the best $119 their clients spend all year, Kurt spends his time uncovering opportunities. Kurt has successfully front-run many of the major shifts in agriculture. He has spoken across North America on the topic of grain markets and the grain supply chain. A few weeks each year you can find him on the road performing multiple scheduled crop tours in an effort to fine-tune his forecasts. Kurt’s words move markets and his messages shift paradigms.
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