The American Agriculture Movement will focus on the agricultural economy and renewable energy when it holds its 30th annual convention in Oklahoma City Jan. 9-11.
AAM President Larry Matlack said the organization is committed to working with the new leadership in Washington, D.C. to help mitigate the volatility displayed in commodities markets over the past year and reinstate parity prices for farmers and ranchers.
The AAM convention will be at the Holiday Inn Airport, 2101 Meridian in Oklahoma City. Hotel reservations may be made by calling (405) 485-4000 or (888) 465-4329. The convention will begin on Friday, Jan. 9th at 8:00 a.m. AAM's regular business meeting will follow on Saturday, Jan. 10 and a wrap-up session will be held Sunday after AAM's church service. For more information contact Larry Matlack at (620) 727-0333.