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DTN Ag Summit
Marcia Zarley Taylor DTN Executive Editor
Fri Nov 21, 2014 09:31 AM CST

CHICAGO (DTN) -- Competitors from the Black Sea to Brazil added enough new corn and soybean acres to nearly match the U.S. Midwest between 2006 and peak grain prices in 2012. Speakers at the DTN-The Progressive Farmer 2014 Ag Summit will offer attendees an intimate analysis of this new grain frontier. In addition, the program will focus on how U.S. agriculture can refine its own business practices to compete now that commodity prices are coming back to earth.

Speakers headlining the Dec. 8-10 event at the Chicago Fairmont Millennium Hotel are:

-- Derek Boudreau, John Deere's country manager for Russia, ...

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