Creating a vision  for
 tomorrow’s family farms

May 9-10, 2000
Kansas City, MO



Structural Changes Facing  Livestock
 and Grain Markets in the 21st Century



Ensuring the future of America’s family farms in the 21st century. Farmers, ranchers, and others face challenges and opportunities due to technological advancements, international forces, consumer demands, industry concentration, and the use of production and marketing contracts. Join family farmers, and senior representatives of the grain and livestock industries, academia, and State and Federal governments to discuss the impacts and implications of these changes, and public policies relating to marketing America’s livestock and grain in a global market.

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