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Pork Management Conference registration now open

Topics will include benchmarking, disaster recovery, risk management, research and development, tax credits, finding and keeping talented workers, accounting and tax updates.

National Pork Board

January 28, 2019

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Pork Management Conference registration now open
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Pork producers from across the country will have the opportunity to discuss business trends and the challenges facing the industry today at the 2019 Pork Management Conference. The annual event, hosted by the National Pork Board, will be held April 16-19 in Nashville.

Through presentations, breakout sessions and networking, attendees will gain important insight on the pork industry and its challenges along with learning more about financial management practices to improve the performance and efficiency of pig farming.
 
“The Pork Management Conference continues to be an important event for pork producers,” says Emily Erickson, chair of the Pork Checkoff’s Producer and State Services Committee and a pig farmer from Jackson, Minn. “It is exciting to have a great line up of guest presenters and industry experts who will provide valuable knowledge and insight for our producers and other attendees.”

In addition to the general sessions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, two concurrent afternoon sessions are planned for Thursday. Topics will include benchmarking, disaster recovery, risk management, research and development, tax credits, finding and keeping talented workers, accounting and tax updates.
 
Registration is $425 per person through March 22 and $475 after that. No refunds will be made after March 29. A registration form and a detailed list of events are available at pork.org/pmc.

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