Registration is still being taken for the 2016 Swine Profitability Conference, which will be held Tuesday, Feb. 2, at Forum Hall on the Kansas State University campus. Registration deadline is Jan. 26.

The annual conference focuses on the business of swine production. It brings swine producers and industry professionals together to discuss developments in areas affecting profitability, including production management, marketing and capital investment.

Program highlights will include:

Future Direction of the Midwest Land-Based Swine Businesses, Dr. Steve Henry, Abilene Animal Hospitals

My Vision for our Swine Business – What Changes will be Important for our Future Success, Michael Springer, Independence, Kansas

Staying Competitive in a Changing Swine Industry, Bart Beattie, F.L. Beattie, Inc., Sumner, Nebraska

What We’ve Learned During the Past Two Years about the Pork Sector, Glynn Tonsor, Kansas State University

My Journey From KSU Backup Quarterback to Heisman Trophy Finalist, Collin Klein, K-State Athletics

Click here to download the registration form.

Registration is also available online at www.KSUswine.org.

Your check payable to K-State Swine Profitability Conference must accompany registration or you will not be considered registered. Late registration fee is $50.

Send forms to:
Lois Schreiner
213 Weber Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506-0201
Attn: K-State Swine Profitability Conference
Registration deadline: January 26, 2016
Register for Swine Profitability Conference