Market Outlook with Roach Ag’s Andy Shissler


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Press release submitted by Henry County Farm Bureau


Market Outlook with Roach Ag's Andy Shissler – Nov 29

Roach Ag Marketing's Andy Shissler, will be the featured speaker on Thursday, November 29 at the Geneseo Moose Lodge, 1025 South State Street, Geneseo. Reservations are required!!
The evening will begin with a buffet dinner at 6:15 p.m., followed by presentations from Gold Star FS Grain Merchandiser, Mike Schaver and Miriam Mock, Western Farm Business Farm Management.
Andy Shissler grew up in Elmwood, Illinois and brings with him over fourteen years of experience in the financial services industry. Before joining Roach Ag Marketing in 2006, he was working as a grain trader for Archer-Daniels-Midland Co, eventually electing to acquire his brokerage license. He has a BS in Ag Economics from the University of Illinois, as well as his crop insurance license in the state of Illinois. Outside his duties in the office, Shissler travels the Midwest performing seminars. He also can be seen on U.S. Farm Report and Ag Day.
The cost for the series is $60.00 and a single session is $20.00 if pre-registered (cost will be $30.00 per session for walk-ins).
Reservations are required by calling the Henry County Farm Bureau (309) 937-2411 or the Rock Island County Farm Bureau (309) 736-7432.
Additional speakers for the series will include: March 7, 2013 – Mike McClelland, Mobile Weather at the Moline Viking Club; and June 2013 – TBA at the Moline Viking Club. The Market Outlook Series is sponsored by the Henry and Rock Island County Farm Bureau Marketing Committees, Gold Star FS, Patriot Renewable Fuels, BankORION, 1st Farm Credit Services – Geneseo & Aledo, Wells Fargo, Big River Resources and Steve Sim, COUNTRY® Financial.

















 



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