Event Experience

On August 25-27, we’re giving you access to 3 days of live and on-demand learning, networking and discussion. You will get exclusive insight to trends affecting the industry right now. View more details for each event below.

Virtual Event

In times of uncertainty, staying up-to-date with the latest industry information is imperative. We have responded to your recent comments and feedback to create #FieldDays, an unparalleled format of virtual live and on-demand learning, discussion and networking designed to be inclusive for all farmer leaders and their operations.
We will cover all the topics important to you:

Business & Finance

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With all the essential content in one place, you can keep track of the latest industry developments and find opportunities for your business, giving you that competitive edge.
Simply register for free to gain access to all this information!
The virtual event will kick off starting August 25th, where you’ll be able to login and view LIVE sessions and speakers, as well as several on demand sessions for topics that interest you most.

Live Events

Two farms will be hosting a small gathering of VIP farmers for Farm Journal Field Days. These invitation only in-person events will provide socially distanced networking and education, while also bringing elements from these farms to the virtual attendees who are participating in the event online.

Tuesday, August 25, 2020
Blue Diamond Farming Company
Jesup, IA

Ben Riensche
  • Blue Diamond Farming Company spans 18,000 acres in Jesup, Iowa
  • Also farm in southeast Washington and the Panhandle of Idaho
  • 2001 Top Producer of the Year winner
  • Sixth-generation farmer
  • Background in agriculture, finance and international business
  • Serves on advisory boards for multiple national-level agricultural companies and organizations
  • Always on the lookout for new technologies to drive profits and improve soil health

Thursday, August 27, 2020
Newcomer Farms
Bryan, OH

Glen Newcomer
  • Newcomer Farms spans 4,000 row crop acres in Bryan, Ohio
  • Sixth-generation farmer
  • Provides agronomic, crop insurance and risk management support through Agtec, a subsidiary of Newcomer Farms
  • Glen’s son, Jason, joined the farm five years ago, allowing Glen to move into more of a strategic and advisory role
  • Seven years ago, Glen created an innovative business advisory board comprised of a retired CEO, a retired CFO, a couple of attorneys, a CPA and a few others