Advocating for the Future of Ag: Let’s head to the 20th Ag and Food HR Roundtable

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Ag industry advocates gathered yesterday in Nashville for the 20th annual Ag and Food HR Roundtable where their focus was on recruitment in the ag and food industries.

RFD-TV’s Janet Adkison was there and spoke with leaders about why recruiting talent is so important right now.

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AgCareers.com: Kathryn Doan

Butterball: Bill Baker

AEM: Julie Davis

AgCareers.com: Rachael Powell

Syngenta: Robin Thomas

Fragomen Lawfirm: Rachel Beardsley

The Diversity Movement: Katie Gaebel

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Recruiting ag leaders is imperative right now

The future of ag begins in high school

To these young producers, farming is more than just a job

UNL is recruiting new ag teachers as the workforce dwindles






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