NDAA's Northern Ag Expo November 29th & 30th
Tuesday, November 29, 2022
Show opens 8:30 A.M.
9:00 A.M. - 10:30 A.M.
Weather and Ag InFocus- Dean wysocki, Justin Storm & Bridgette Readel - WDAY/The Flag CEU 1.5
10:30 A.M. - 12:00 P.M.
SEC Scope 3 - What Is It and Why Should I Care - Mary- Thomas Hart - National Cattleman's Beef
Association CEU 1.5
11:30 A.M. - 1:00 P.M.
Complimentary Lunch sponsored in part by CoBank- Tradeshow Floor
1:30 P.M. - 3:00 P.M.
Carbon Capture and Storage and North Dakota's Agriculture Economy - Charlie Adams - Summit
Carbon Solutions CEU 1.5
Various Times Throughout Day
NDSU Farm & Ranch Safety demonstrations featuring Miss Agriculture USA Maci Wehri and grain rescue by
Sheyenne Valley Technical Rescue
Trade Show Floor Closes
Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Registration for Pesticide Recertification*
*Pesticide recertification is only available for ND at the Northern Ag Expo this year.
Please reach out to your local MN Extension for more information. Thank you!
Show opens 8:30 A.M.
10:00 A.M. - 11:30 A.M.
Grain Market Update/Outlook - Dr. Frayne Olson, NDSU, Randy Marinson, Martinson Risk Management,
Betsy Jenson, Northland C&T College CEU 1.5
Visit with NDSU Football Coach Matt Entz
November 3, 2022
For further information, contact Stu Letcher at 1-701-235-4184
NORTHERN AG EXPO PROGRAM ANNOUNCED
The North Dakota Agricultural Association will host the 51st Annual Northern Ag Expo at the
Fargodome November 29-30, 2022. The meeting includes educational sessions, business meetings,
and a trade show of over 100 companies providing products and services to the agricultural industry.
A complimentary lunch will be provided to attendees on Tuesday November 29.
Program topics and speakers include:
Weather and Ag InFocus - Dean Wysocki, Justin Storm & Bridgette Readel-WDAY/The Flag
SEC Scope 3-What Is It and Why Should I Care -Mary-Thomas Hart-National Cattleman's
Carbon Capture and Storage and North Dakota?s Agriculture Economy- Charlie Adams-
Summit Carbon Solutions
Grain Market Update/Outlook -Dr. Frayne Olson, NDSU, Randy Martinson, Martinson Risk
Management, Betsy Jenson, Northland C&T College
Along with the variety of great exhibits, the show floor will include a safety demonstration booth
sponsored jointly by NDSU Farm & Ranch Safety and Sheyenne Valley Technical Rescue.
Miss Agriculture USA Maci Wehri will be in the booth on Tuesday, November 29 th .
The Association is governed by a 12-man Board representing the areas of plant food, crop protection,
seed and equipment from around the state. Current Association officers, directors, and staff are:
Steve Perry, Hannaford, President
Jim Breckheimer, Valley City, Vice President
Carter Medalen, Rugby, Secretary/Treasurer
Craig Hanson, Fargo, Past President
Chris Alberty, West Fargo, Director
Jason Dannelly, Fargo, Director
Jeff Dixon, Casselton, Director
Mark Dooley, Fargo, Director
Calvin Ihry, Thompson, Director
Joe Killoran, Tower City, Director
Logan Melby, Garrison, Director
Chris Wharam, Grand Forks, Director
Stu Letcher, Fargo, Executive Director
Jessica Rust, Fargo, Executive Assistant
The NDAA office address is 2417 North University Drive, Suite A, Fargo, ND 58102-1820.
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Pesticide recertification is only available for North Dakota at the Northern Ag Expo this year. Please reach out to your local MN extension for more information. Thank you!
Our purpose is to provide the industry with the most current agriculture news and upcoming events.
Our mission is to improve the agri-business communities we serve by representing the membership in timely and innovative education, safety, and legislative efforts.
The Association promotes the stewardship of our soil with proper use of high quality seed, plant food, crop protection products and related equipment. We actively support education as it relates to better understanding and proper utilization of crop production practices and products.
Our membership consists of agri-business firms engaged in manufacturing, distribution and wholesaling as well as individuals providing services, farm supply dealers, and retailers of crop production inputs and services.
Your membership in the North Dakota Agricultural Association will provide support for promoting the interests of agri-business. We look forward to having you as a member.
2022 Board of Directors