ARM Services To Host Winter Conference

ARM Services invites all dairy and crop farmers to attend their 12th Annual Winter Ag Conference being held January 18, 2022 at the Stout Ale House in Menomonie, Wis. Registration opens at 9 a.m. with the conference kicking off at 9:30 a.m. and running until 3:30 p.m. The event is free to all dairy and crop farmers.

ARM Services, a risk management agency based in Barron, Wis., is bringing together industry thought leaders to share their perspectives on the year ahead. As an organization dedicated to providing the right tools and resources to help farmers succeed, ARM Services believes it is important to explore the insights on leading experts and professionals as farmers build their management plans. This year’s conference speakers include:

–        Damian Mason is a speaker, author, and agribusiness consultant who will dive into the challenges that the year 2022 will have in store for agriculture, and how farmers can best prepare and address them.

–        William Tierney, the Chief Economist at AgResources Company, will share his perspective on the grain markets and how the global economy will impact demand.

–        Eric Snodgrass serves as the Principal Atmospheric Scientist at Nutrien Ag Solutions and will provide insight on important weather patterns that farmers can anticipate in the next few years.

–        ARM Services will also discuss important changes impacting crop and milk insurance, in addition to sharing important dates and Farm Service Agency data.

“The industry continues to evolve. As it does, its important for farmers to have the latest information made available to them. This is the exact reason why ARM Services hosts this annual conference – to provide valuable information to our clients and every interested farmer. They can make better management decisions when they have better data made available to them from industry experts,” says Travis Glaser, co-owner and agent at ARM Services.

Interested dairy farmers should register by contacting ARM Services via phone (715) 418-2676 or emailing [email protected]. Registration is required for lunch purposes. Register by Monday, January 17.