The virtual conference event will follow the same format as our in-person conferences have followed.
We'll run structured courses preconference (Jan 15, 16) that are geared towards new producers. In the main part of the conference (Jan 18, 19), we'll facilitate conversations and host breakout sessions that will focus on the needs of more experienced pastured poultry farms. The main conference schedule is peer-to-peer discussion, meaning the people in the room determine the content of the session.
APPPA's long history has championed transparency among farmers and sharing knowledge for the betterment of our members and for the community at large. This conference brings that idea to life.
Some of the breakout sessions won't be determined until the time of the event because they will be attendee selected.
During the conference, Dave Pratt with Ranching for Profits will present a session on "Three ways to increase profit." We'll follow Dave's presentation with a breakout session so attendees can dig deeper.
Dr. Michael Fisher will be on hand to help inspected poultry processors comply with FSIS regulations and navigate the bureaucracy.
Be sure to thank them for supporting pastured poultry education, networking, and collaboration.
Become a Sponsor
APPPA will provide a range of sponsor and underwriting opportunities to ensure your business receives the maximum exposure to a group of highly engaged participants.
American Pastured Poultry Producers Association draws farmers and related suppliers from all over the United States and beyond.
Contact Mike Badger to obtain a press pass and additional information about the Professional Pastured Poultry Conference.