Economic drivers, such as tax laws, technology, labor, consumer behavior and legislation, all present challenges to poultry and egg companies’ financial management. When combined with the daily activities required to recruit and retain accounting professionals and implement and maintain cyber security and internal controls, it is crucial that financial managers are provided with the best information to make sound decisions for their company. USPOULTRY’s 2022 Financial Management Seminar, developed by poultry and egg industry financial professionals, offers insight and tools to help increase your company’s bottom line. This year’s seminar will be held June 27 – 29 at the Hilton Clearwater Beach Resort & Spa in Clearwater, Fla. 

“The planning committee has put together a diverse agenda that covers a variety of topics, including a Washington review, tax update, economic update and much more. Attendees will leave this year’s seminar with information on current trends and a financial understanding of what the future may hold for the poultry industry,” said Ron Faircloth, corporate accounting manager at Peco Foods and program committee chairman.

The 2022 USPOULTRY Financial Management Seminar program planning committee included Sloan Clinton, Mountaire Corporation; Stacey Crump, Pilgrim’s; Ronald Faircloth, Peco Foods Inc., and program committee chairman; Greg Finch, Claxton Poultry Farms; Robert Gunther, Frost PLLC; Chris Lewellen, Tyson Foods, Inc.; Joey Long, Case Farms; Kolby McEntire, Fieldale Farms Corporation; Jarod Morrison, Farbest Foods Inc.; and Rodney Tillinghast, Butterball LLC.

Other topics on the seminar agenda include Motivating Team Members in Today’s Environment; Cyber Security… Threats and Mitigation; Global Markets Overview; Internal Controls; The Importance of Sustainability: What Financial Managers Should Know; and Hedging / Input Costs. Experience sharing sessions will also be offered on topics such as Recruiting and Retaining Accounting Professionals; Tools for Cash Flow Planning; Lease Accounting; and Processing Automation Investment Analysis.

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USPOULTRY is registered with the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. Up to 12.5 CPE credits may be awarded to seminar attendees. State boards of accountancy have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE credit.

Don’t miss this valuable opportunity to learn and network. To register, reserve your room and see the full agenda for the USPOULTRY Financial Management Seminar, click here or go to www.uspoultry.org.