From Cornell University:
The economic future of agriculture in New York and the
Northeast – from dairy and feed grain to fruit – will be revealed at
Cornell University’s annual Agribusiness Economic Outlook conference from 10 a.m to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 10 (today) in Room B-25, Warren Hall on the Cornell campus.
Experts will provide predictions and perspective on the national
economy and agriculture, the implications of immigration reform on farm
staffing, and outlooks for specific commodities, including dairy
products, grains and feed, fruits and vegetables, as well as wine,
grapes, and ornamentals.
The full itinerary and registration information is available online at http://dyson.cornell.edu/outreach/ag_outlook_conference.php