Ticket sales for this event ended Sat, Jan 28, 2017
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Montana's Next Generation Conference, January 27 and 28, 2017, in Shelby, Montana will feature one day of business planning resources for the farm or ranch, and one day of production workshops. Purchase tickets online with credit card using the Ticket River button at the bottom of this page or print registration is available at www.MariasRiverLivestock.com
Friday, January 27, will feature Dave Pratt of the Ranching for Profit school. Dave will give both farmers and ranchers a fresh look at their agricultural operation, to see how to make it profitable enough to pass on to the next generation.
Saturday, January 30, will provide producers with nearly 40 workshop options covering crops and livestock production, financial management, record keeping, leasing, succession planning, and much more. Saturday's workshops will provide pertinent information for both the beginning and experienced producer, and counts as FSA Borrower Training as well.
Hosted by the Glacier and Toole County Farm Service Agency, local MSU Extension, Marias River Livestock Association and the Front Range Counties Farm Bureau, this comprehensive conference of succession planning and production workshops is one not to miss.
Friday's events will be held at the Shelby Civic Center (669 Park Avenue) and Saturday's events will be at the Shelby High School (1001 Valley St.) in Shelby, MT. This convenient location is just an hour and a half from both Great Falls and Havre, and has Amtrak service as well. Located at the crossroads of Highway 2 and I-15, Shelby makes a great host site!
Friday, January 27 - Shelby Civic Center - 669 Park Ave., Shelby, MT
Saturday, January 28 - Shelby High School - 1001 Valley St., Shelby, MT
Early Bird Registration is available through January 13, 2017, registration will be open through January 20, 2017.
If registering online through this site, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with the names of attendees, any food allergies, and a contact number.
Conference Contact information:
Kari Lewis - Glacier County Extension (406-873-2239 or email@example.com) or
Lacy Roberts - Glacier County FSA (406-873-5618 Ext. 110 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
Please contact us via phone or e-mail at least one week in advance if you need any special accommodations during the conference.