Ag business students head to Nashville
Pictured, Adams State University agribusiness students, Andrea Clark, Cameron King, discussion meet competitor; Dr. Zena Buser, associate professor of business; Katrina Hartzell, Collin Dones, Tyler Haney, chapter AS&F representative; Katelyn McRee, Katy Dickey, chapter president; and Nikita Christensen, chapter AS&F representative; will attend the American Farm Bureau Federation 2015 FUSION Farmers United: Skills, Inspiration, Outreach, & Networking conference February 12 through Feb. 17 in Nashville, Tenn. Not pictured is Tel Honeycutt.
During this conference, the students will have the opportunity to attend leadership workshops, policy discussions, and engage in networking opportunities with other university students and agribusiness professionals from all regions of the US and Canada. King will also compete in the national collegiate discussion meet. On Monday, they will take a closer look at agribusinesses around Nashville and the surrounding area on one of the 12 day-long tours organized by the Farm Bureau.