Farm shows provide producers with an opportunity to connect face-to-face before harvest season. In 2022, the Commodity Classic will be a farmer’s favorite. In 2022, the Commodity Classic will return to New Orleans as the largest agricultural and educational event in America.
The preliminary schedule for the 2022 Commodity Classic has just been released. Detailed information about educational sessions, presentations, and special events will be available on the schedule.
Founder and co-chair of the 2022 Commodity Classic, Missouri farmer Gary Porter, announced that the Commodity Classic would be back in New Orleans next year. With its prominent status as an event location, New Orleans regularly draws tens of thousands of farmers who are eager to visit the city, learn about the latest farming technologies, and implement them at their farms.
Nearly all agriculture exhibitors at the trade show have already registered. Thousands of America’s top farmers will be able to view effective products and services. Agribusiness professionals, media, and farmers gathered in New Orleans for the first time to attend Commodity Classic in 2016, the largest show ever held in the city. Moreover, several local attractions and guided tours can also be found in New Orleans.
It is anticipated that registration and housing will open in mid-November 2021 for the 2022 Commodity Classic. Subscribe to the Commodity Classic website to receive emails about this event. Additional information can also be accessed through social media.
An agricultural trade show held in San Antonio in 2020 attracted the greatest number of participants (4669). But Commodity Classic was held in New Orleans last year, and it was the largest agribusiness and farming show ever held in the city.
Moreover, an impressive number of participants attended the Commodity Classic Special Edition digital event held in 2021, in addition to many first-time attendees.
This annual gathering of farmers, businesses, and educators was first established in 1996 and has grown into the largest farmer-led agricultural and education event in the United States.