January 17–22, 9am–4pmWhere
The Neal Kocurek Memorial Austin Convention Center 500 E Cesar Chavez Street, Austin, Texas 78701
American Farm Bureau is celebrating its centennial this year, culminating at the 101st annual convention Jan. 17-22 in Austin, Texas.
Learn more about the policies and perspectives that will affect farms or agribusinesses in 2020. Delegate will set the agenda for the leading voice of agriculture in Washington, D.C. In addition, participate in educational workshops to advance leadership skills and expand business acumen, and gain deep insight into the trends and realities impacting food production. Witness cutting edge innovation in agriculture, hear from powerful speakers and explore the trade show floor to build a stronger network, shop featured products, and enjoy TED-style talks on the Cultivation Center stage.
Ohio’s Matt Vodraska will be competing in the Outstanding Young Farmer & Rancher competition, Victoria Popp will be competing in the Discussion Meet and Kyle and Ashton Walls will be competing in the Excellence in Ag contest. Eight county program from Ohio have been selected as County Activities of Excellence and will be present during the trade show.
Register through Nov. 29, 2019. (Members who are participating in the meeting as delegates, county Activities of Excellence winners or contestants should register via the information provided directly via Ohio Farm Bureau.)
Optional tours are being coordinated via Texas Farm Bureau. Register via the tours website.
4-H and FFA Student Experience
4-H and FFA members are invited to attend the 2020 American Farm Bureau Annual Convention on Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020. 4-H and FFA students will receive FREE admission. One free chaperone and advisor/club leader per chapter/club. All other costs will be the attendees responsibility. Learn more