The 2020 Midwest Poultry Federation (MPF) Convention returns to Minneapolis for the third year as the largest regional show for all segments of the poultry industry, whether it be broilers, layers, turkeys or processing. The convention allows attendees time to visit the exhibit hall and attend educational workshops, in addition to offering networking events. The convention aims to provide the latest information on the future of all aspects of poultry production to attendees through a balanced offering of exhibits and learning opportunities. The MPF Convention is a great place to learn about products, services and new technologies that are vital to producers’ success.
Student Careers Program
MPF will also feature a Student Careers Program to connect the poultry industry with a focused talent pool and educate students on career opportunities in the industry. New for 2020, MPF is partnering with the Professional Agriculture Students (PAS) Organization to bring nearly 400 agriculture students from around the U.S. to the program.
Visit www.midwestpoultry.com for the current list of companies participating in the 2020 MPF Convention and for the full schedule of educational events.
When and where:
March 17-19, 2020
Minneapolis Convention Center
- Turkey health
- Organic/specialty poultry production
- Pullet/layer health
- Turkey breeder
- Simmering issues
- Meat and egg processing
- Broiler production
- Turkey grower
- Pullet and layer egg production
Pre-show and special events:
- North central avian disease conference
- Organic Egg Farmers of America symposium
- MPF pre-show nutrition symposium
- MPF welcome reception
- Happy hour and turkey taste-off on the show floor
Other highlights to help you celebrate St. Patrick's Day:
- MPF Unhatched: An evening of Eats & Entertainment featuring Six Appeal and Yacht Rock
- Sandwiches for a good cause benefiting people in need in Minneapolis
Did you know?
The Midwest Poultry Federation was founded in 1971 and held its first convention in Minneapolis in 1972. MPF is a nonprofit organization. All revenue generated from the convention goes back to its members (comprised of 11 poultry associations in the Midwest) and to support poultry programs.