Ag Breakfast

The Ag Breakfast is an annual appreciation event held in March at the North Iowa Events Center. Projected attendance for this event is 400-500 people. The Ag Breakfast is a yearly event to bring farms and business together for an early morning breakfast served by Chamber volunteers.

The 2019 Ag Breakfast is set for 7AM on Wednesday, March 20 at a new location: The Music Man Square. This annual event brings together hundreds of attendees to connect farm and business for an early morning made-to-order omelet breakfast served by the Agribusiness Committee and volunteers.


Vice President for ISU Extension & Outreach Dr. John Lawrence will present “ISU Serving Agriculture: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow.” Lawrence has been a leader at Iowa State University in many capacities, including Director of the Iowa Beef Center, Associate Dean in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Director of Agriculture and Natural Resources Extension and Outreach. He was raised on a crop and livestock farm and truly believes in building a strong Iowa.


Wendong Zhang

Assistant ISU Economics Professor Dr. Wendong Zhang will follow Lawrence and share “Seven Things You Should Know About China to Understand the Trade War.” Zhang is the leading researcher of the Iowa Land Value Survey, the Iowa Farmland Ownership and Tenure Survey, as well as the ISU Soil Management and Land Valuation Conference. His presentation will highlight seven critical economic, political, and cultural aspects of China to help attendees better understand the actions and attitudes of the Chinese government and people.


Purchase tickets here


Tickets are available in books of 8 for $80 dollars for Chamber members and $95 for non-members. Individual tickets are $12 each and student tickets are $5. Tickets can be purchased by completing the registration form here.. You may also purchase tickets online here or call the Chamber office at 641.423.5724.


Please contact Kativa at the Chamber for more information.

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