What does American energy independence mean for global GeoPolitics and macroeconomics going forward? What does American energy independence mean for global GeoPolitics and macroeconomics going forward? Will America be the world police? Will this be stabilizing or destabilizing?
Author of the "Empty Planet" will present his argument on how changes in global population will dramatically reshape the social, political, and economic landscape.
Network with the various industry exhibitors and learn about their business, products and services. Enjoy craft beverages from local brewers and distilleries, appetizers, and much more.
Kristjan Hebert will take us through how digital agriculture impacted his farming operation in 2018. He’ll talk about turning raw data into useful aggregated data, and how he turns data into decisions.
Yield results around the world are on the rise. In the past five marketing years, production outcomes have reached record or near-record totals which challenged grain, oilseed, and pulse prices. Weather remains a challenge, but today’s seeds are better able to maintain yields despite hardship. Broader markets have been volatile. Trade issues are abundant. Input prices continue to increase. What is the outlook going forward? Will supply continue to trump demand? What will prices look like for both the remainder of 2019/20 and the 2020/21 marketing years? Join us to discuss short and medium-term outlooks for key Western Canadian crops.
What is going on in the ground in markets and competitors, such as India, Turkey, and China? How does pulse demand look in 2025? In 2050? What does pulse production look like? Pin point trends, challenges, and opportunities in Canada, India, Turkey, and China going forward.
How Consumer Preferences Will Change Crop Production, Storage and Contracts
What are the unique similarities between the industries? What are the key success factors that made the shift to digital possible for health?
The agricultural industry has always been ripe for technological disruption. The scale and scope of modern farming requires investment and innovation. Technology shifts and developments are happening faster than ever. Consumer tastes, challenged by health, climate, and ideological concerns are evolving rapidly. Demographics are poised to further challenge the status quo. Join Grain World in investigating what trends and ideas will shape the future.
Ryan Riese, National Director of Agriculture at Royal Bank of Canada.