Monday, March 5, 2012

Commodity Classic

A look at the tradeshow
As you might have been able to tell from my last Wordless Wednesday, My Farmer and I traveled to Nashville last week for Commodity Classic.  Commodity Classic is a national conference for corn, soybean, wheat and sorghum farmers.

Me with Miss America 2011 - a great advocate for agriculture
My friend and fellow Franklin Co. Farmer April Hemmes, Farm Mom of the Year
The 2012 Commodity Classic has a record number for attendance - with over 6,000 attendees.  During Commodity Classic we had a great time with the Dupont Young Leader program, enjoyed attending the General Session and Tradeshow, and going to the Grand Ole Opry.  I also attended my first Tweet-Up during the conference.  My Farmer and I also enjoyed some free time, where we traveled to Lynchburg, Tennessee.

My Farmer and I in Lynchburg
At the Jack Daniel's distillery in Lynchburg
At the Grand Ole Opry
Joey & Rory at the Grand Ole Opry - one of my favorite performances


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