South Dakota Corn Annual Conference rescheduled for March 27

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Farm Forum

Mark your calendars for March 27. South Dakota Corn’s 34th annual conference is rescheduled for that day after a blizzard forced postponement from Jan. 18. The good news is that the lineup of speakers and entertainment will be very similar to the original one.

“Finding an available date at the Sioux Falls Convention Center and rescheduling the program is a difficult undertaking, but everything is falling into place,” South Dakota Corn Marketing and Legislative Director Teddi Mueller said. “All of the speakers said they were looking forward to this event, and they’re working the new date into their schedules. We’ll update everyone as we get all of the details finalized.”

The educational lineup will include a water panel and presentations on grain marketing and weather marketing. For those of you who already have your tickets, hang on to them.

Mueller, who has worked for South Dakota Corn for 20 years, said this is the first time the annual event has ever been postponed. The No. 1 concern was everyone’s safety.

Oh, one other bit of good news. By holding the conference in March, it’s almost guaranteed the day will be sunny with a temperature in the 50s.