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Commodity Classic is where America’s Farmers Meet with Success Commodity Classic is just around the corner. Have


you considered registering? Commodity Classic is open to all friends of sorghum, corn, soybeans, and wheat—from growers to member associations to agri- business to farm media. It’s a one-of-a-kind conven- tion and trade show—farmer-focused and farmer-led. You’re guaranteed to walk away with ideas and


energy that will have a profound and profi table im- pact on your farm. T at’s why growers from across the nation come back year aſt er year aſt er year. Commodity Classic has worked diligently with


the hotels in New Orleans to establish room blocks for attendees and exhibitors. Housing opens Nov. 18 at 10:00 a.m. CST. Housing


reservations are made only through Experient as the offi cial Commodity Classic housing company through the Commodity Classic website www.commodityclas- sic.com. Book your trip today!


Sorghum Food Products on Store Shelves Increasing Recent market research documented close to 350


products now made from sorghum in the market today, and National Sorghum Producers and Sorghum Checkoff staff are aware of many more that are not documented or will be on the market in the next few months as new crop supplies allow adequate invento- ries to launch new products. LableInsight.com lists many of these products,


and hopefully you were able to visualize in Sorghum Markets (page 28-29) the relative quantities in various categories including cereal, snacks, mixes and more. Look for sorghum on the shelves your next trip the


grocery store!


WATCH the video “Why Sorghum Producers should at-


tend Commodity Classic” on National Sorghum Producers YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/sorghumgrowers.


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