Leading Ag Organizations Support First-Ever PrecisionAg Vision Conference

Leading Ag Organizations Support First-Ever PrecisionAg Vision Conference

visionfeatureThe Coalition to Advance Precision Agriculture (CAPA), comprised of trade associations and organizations representing a diverse range of sectors within the agriculture industry, has announced its official support and endorsement of the first-ever PrecisionAg Vision Conference to be held October 18-20, 2016, in Phoenix, AZ.

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CAPA was formed in 2014 to serve as a voice for the benefits of precision agriculture technology. Representatives of its member organizations and companies have worked with PrecisionAg Media to help shape the agenda of the Vision Conference and to participate in this ground-breaking event. CAPA organizations include:

  • AgGateway
  • Agricultural Retailers Association
  • American Farm Bureau Federation
  • American Farmland Trust
  • American Seed Trade Association
  • American Soybean Association
  • Association of Equipment Manufacturers
  • Council for Agricultural Science and Technology
  • CropLife America
  • Field to Market – The Alliance for Sustainable Agriculture
  • Irrigation Association
  • National Agricultural Aviation Association
  • National Association of Wheat Growers
  • National Corn Growers Association
  • National Cotton Council of America
  • Solutions from the Land
  • The Fertilizer Institute

“We’re proud and pleased to receive CAPA’s support for the first Vision Conference,” said Paul Schrimpf, Executive Editor of Meister Media Worldwide’s Agribusiness Group. “The PrecisionAg Vision Conference will provide a unique and valuable education and networking experience, bringing together some of the brightest agriculture leaders with technology and data experts from across the country to examine the big trends and technologies that will impact the ag industry over the next decade.”

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D. Miller says:

I guess your focus with this conference must be manufacturers and dealers. To schedule the conference in mid- October to me seems a little exclusive considering every grower North of the MO. border will be in the finishing stages of harvest or right in the middle of it (in our case in MN). No need for growers to attend.