Midwest Poultry Federation Convention looks to the future
Event continues to grow and highlight products, services and technologies for poultry and egg producers
The 2017 Midwest Poultry Federation (MPF) Convention will explore what the future has to offer the poultry and egg industries.
This year, the convention has expanded into more exhibit hall space, and speakers will include nationally recognized figures. Face-to-face networking opportunities offer the opportunity for attendees to meet with colleagues, customers and industry friends.
As the largest regional poultry convention in the U.S., MPF showcases all that the poultry industry has to offer at an affordable price for attendees. All revenue generated from the convention goes back to its members (comprised of 12 poultry associations in the Midwest) and to support poultry programs. The MPF Convention is a great place to learn about products, services and technologies that are vital to producers’ success.
Convention workshops include topics relevant to poultry and egg producers, such as:
- Turkey Growing
- Pullet/Layer Health
- Turkey Health
- Broiler Production
- Egg Production
- Disease Response Planning
- Turkey Breeder
- Turkey Processing
- Organic & Specialty Poultry
Pre-show events include:
- North Central Avian Disease Conference, March 13-14 (separate registration fee applies)
- Organic Egg Farmers of America Symposium, March 14 (separate registration fee and process applies)
- MPF Pre-Show Symposium on Poultry Nutrition, March 14
- MPF Welcome Reception, March 14
Learn & Go Labs
Learn & Go Labs on Wednesday, March 15 will focus on commodity and ingredient hedging and price management. Also, Clara Brandt from the University of Minnesota will present on a new poultry biosecurity website that can be used as a secure tool by producers to keep their farm information up to date in case of a disease outbreak.
When and where
March 14-16, 2017
Saint Paul RiverCentre
175 W. Kellogg Blvd.
Saint Paul, Minnesota 55102