Facebook Twitter Agribusiness professionals will better understand what drives loyalty and buying decisions of commercial producers by attending the National Conference for Agribusiness Nov. 4-5 at Purdue University.Guest speakers will discuss information from the Large Commercial Producer Project, a nationwide survey of the buying behaviors of commercial farmers and ranchers. The Purdue Center for Food and Agricultural Business conducts the survey every five years.“The agenda is packed with interesting topics and sessions built around understanding large commercial agricultural producers’ strategies, buying behaviors, information preferences and loyalty,” said Michael Gunderson, associate professor and associate director of research at the Center for Food and Agricultural Business, the conference organizer. “The faculty will lead sessions that consider the future of agricultural production in an era of booming farm profits and what the future means for serving large commercial producers.”The conference will examine several key topics from the survey data, including insights to producers’ loyalty to brands and retailers, understanding what is critical to the success of their operations, time spent on management, and the importance of dealers and sales staff in buying decisions.About 300 people are expected to attend the conference, which would be of interest to managers, executives, specialists and analysts from such organizations as agricultural retailers, farm equipment manufacturers and dealers, retail seed company and distributors, crop protection companies, animal health and nutrition companies, and food product manufacturers and processors.The cost to attend is $1,295. Continuing education credit and Certified Crop Adviser credit is available. For more information, call the center at 765-494-4247.Additional information about the conference, including how to register, is available at https://www.agecon.purdue.edu/cab/programs/nca.Source: Purdue Ag Communications Previous articleIt’s Not Your Grandpa’s 2,4-DNext articleSenate Clears Way for Vote on Spending Bill Andy Eubank SHARE Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Sep 25, 2013 SHARE Purdue to Host National Conference for Agribusiness Home Indiana Agriculture News Purdue to Host National Conference for Agribusiness
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I came to know the employee was a Muslim only after seeing TV footage and I regret it” said force-feeding MP Rajan Vichare in a show of magnanimity He also went on to add “the staffer was wearing a civil dress and had no badge that could identify him" Clearly Arshad Zubair should have worn his religion on his sleeve skull-cap and beard and all to have prevented this understandable confusion Apparently a Muslim in civilian clothes looks just like any other Indian Imagine that Translation: We are not communal thugs We are equal opportunity common thugs If only the canteen supervisor had been named Sachin Pathak it would have been completely appropriate customer feedback to try and stuff that roti in his mouth OK even if he was Muslim not all Muslims observe roza That was one excuse trotted out on television Arshad says he did say he was fasting One Shiv Sena MP denied it Another Shiv Sena MP says they immediately stopped trying to force-feed him when they heard that Someone needs to coordinate the stories so they are all on the same page On the other hand as Anandrao Adsul admitted on Times Now it’s hard to keep things straight when you are in a “mob” Anyway this is really much ado about nothing because as Krupal Tumane another Shiv Sena MP knowledgably said “A roza is not broken till the time someone swallows the food” Oops we got the wrong guy The action was not wrong Perhaps the target was incorrect admitted the Shiv Sena “In reality the chapati should have been force-fed to the state chief minister PWD minister chief secretary and Commissioner Bipin Mallick” said an editorial in Sena mouthpiece Saamna whose editor is Uddhav Thackeray But wait there is a deeper conspiracy behind it all Of course there is This is India after all No chapati is just a chapati What you thought was a humble chapati is in reality something far more nefarious It is Godhra Part II “This is just like Godhra Everyone forgot Godhra but only remembered what happened after that Here too everyone is talking about the incident by noone is bothered about why it happened” Shiv Sena MP Anandrao Adsul told the Indian Express The Shiv Sena seems to think death of 59 kar sevaks in a closed compartment of a train is comparable to the indignity of rubbery chapattis small rooms and non-Maharashtrian food at the Maharashtra Bhavan This is selective outrage “Recently a Muslim teacher in Bangalore raped a small girl in the school even after having roza but media is not speaking about this This simply shows that the rape is okay but not the chapati feeding” says SaamnaHowever the likes of Akbaruddin Owaisi are not on television defending the man accused of raping the little girl and saying his actions had been misunderstood Also that man is in custody And it’s not like his faith had anything to do with his alleged crime The Sena seems to think bringing up a paedophile’s religion is not communalising the issue However anyone who says their MP tried to force feed a man after he said he was observing roza is clearly trying to communalise the issue This is a "sickular" attempt to muzzle the Hindutva lion “This (uproar over the incident) is an attempt to silence Shiv Sena’s voice We are proponents of Hindutva but we don’t have hatred for other religions” thunders Saamna So in fact to follow up on the honourable Mr Adsul what might be the real reasons WHY it happened Roti Rage The Shiv Sena MPs are foodies They feel very strongly about inferior food BJP spokersperson Nalin S Kohli said emotions tend to get “strong” if the quality of food served in a hotel or a guesthouse is “inedible” And then it becomes a “spur of the moment” thing Maratha Pride Maratha pride Saamna’s editorial has explained that it’s all about their pet cause —Maratha pride “Even after spending a huge amount there is no ‘Maharashtra” and ‘Marathiness’ in the Maharashtra Sadan at Delhi Marathi people cannot walk in with pride It is the history that Maharashtrians are always insulted in Delhi If we are going to get insulting treatment even after spending so much amount then anyone would get fury and so did we” Worse 40% of the staff at Maharashtra Sadan is non-Maharashtrian according to The Telegraph And MPs from Maharashtra have been given smaller rooms than MPs from Uttar Pradesh One of those MPs include the BJP’s Satyapal Singh the former Mumbai police commissioner Got it The real victim here is the poor Shiv Sena forced to eat subsidised thalis and stay in subsidised accommodation in Delhi And now that it’s all as clear mud we can all move along Nothing more to see here Or in the immortal words of Najma Heptullah the very venerable minister for minority affairs as she got into her car and was asked about it: Nothing Nothing Nothing United Nations: The UN Security Council echoed international condemnation Sunday of a submarine-launched ballistic missile (SLBM) test by North Korea while US President Barack Obama dismissed Pyongyang’s offer of a nuclear moratorium Saturday’s test personally monitored by supreme leader Kim Jong-Un was the latest in a series of provocative moves by Pyongyang that have further fuelled tensions on the divided Korean peninsula following the North’s fourth nuclear test back in January There are growing concerns that Pyongyang is building up to a fifth nuclear test ahead of a key political gathering early next month The Security Council said the SLBM launch marked a "serious" violation of UN resolutions aimed at curbing the North’s nuclear drive and urged Pyongyang to refrain from any further provocations A proven SLBM capability would take North Korea’s nuclear strike threat to a new level allowing deployment far beyond the Korean peninsula and the potential to retaliate in the event of a nuclear attack Kim Jong-Un hailed the test as an "eye-opening success" that underlined the country’s ability to strike South Korean or US targets "anytime" South Korea’s defense ministry said the missile fired from a submarine in the Sea of Japan (East Sea) flew around 19 miles (30 kilometers) and demonstrated clear technological progress from previous tests Quick deployment Deployment could begin in three to four years if Pyongyang dedicates enough resources to the project ministry spokesman Moon Sang-Gyun told reporters Hours after the launch North Korean Foreign Minister Ri Su-Yong speaking in New York said Pyongyang would be willing to halt further nuclear tests if Washington announced an end to its joint military exercises with Seoul The annual drills always raise tensions on the Korean peninsula with the North condemning them as provocative rehearsals for invasion US President Barack Obama AP The United States had flatly rejected the same moratorium offer made by the North in January last year and Obama currently on a visit to Germany was equally dismissive this time around "We don’t take seriously a promise to simply halt until the next time they decide to do a test" the president said during a joint press briefing with German Chancellor Angela Merkel "They’re going to have to do better than that" he added South Korea also waved off what it described as a "ridiculous attempt" to link sanctions-violating nuclear tests with regular military exercises Clear and present threat At the same time Obama warned of the very real dangers posed by North Korea’s continued weapons testing including the recent SLBM launch "Although more often than not they fail in many of these tests they gain knowledge each time" he said "We take it very seriously so do our allies and so does the entire world" he added North Korea’s state television showed pictures of the missile emblazoned with the name "North Star" trailing a large plume of smoke as it soared out of the water It also showed what it claimed were underwater images of the missile being ejected from the submarine using key "cold launch" technology Experts have suggested that the North’s previous SLBM tests were conducted from a submerged platform North Korea is currently gearing up for a rare and much-hyped ruling party congress — the first in 36 years — at which Kim is expected to take credit for pushing the country’s nuclear and missile weapons program to new heights In recent months the North has claimed a series of significant technical breakthroughs including success in miniaturising a nuclear warhead to fit on a missile and testing an engine designed for an inter-continental ballistic missile that could reach the US mainland It was a tough task as I had to lip sync in this track and I only focus on my expressions. 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