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Register now for the 2014 OABA Industry Conference

The OABA Industry Conference combines three formerly separate conferences - the Crop Production Conference, The Seed Technology Conference and now includes the grain & feed focus for Thursday. If you haven’t registered yet for the Ohio AgriBusiness Association’s 2014 Industry Conference on February 4th to the 6th, time is running out. Friday is the end of on-line registration, following that go to the conference to register in person.

Each day is packed with widely-respected speakers and industry professionals, sharing their expertise on a variety of topics, including nutrient management and water quality, grain storage structure integrity, biotechnology, social media and much more. Participants attending the Industry Networking Dinner will have the opportunity to hear from the evening’s keynote speaker Aaron Pitts, managing director of agribusiness & food processing with JobsOhio.

Participants attending the full conference will be eligible for 18 Certified Crop Adviser continuing education credits – almost half of the CEUs needed in a two-year period – and 7.5 Pesticide Applicator Certification credits.

The OABA Annual Meeting (Feb. 5th) and the CCA Annual Meeting (Feb. 4th) will also be featured in the conference agenda, and admission to these is complimentary with the event registration.

Event Details:

Date – Feb. 4, 5 and 6.

Location – Crowne Plaza Columbus North; 6500 Doubletree Ave., Columbus, OH 43229

Agenda –for a full agenda: (

Hotel Accommodations – call 1-800-996-8916 (group discount code = "OAB"). 

Registration – You can use this web link to go to the event page for agenda, registration, etc:

Late planners can also register at the check-in desk on Tuesday morning at the conference.OR call 614-326-7520 (option 1) for more information.

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