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GroundBreakers Conference

GroundBreakers Conference (In-person event; by invite only for Compeer Clients under the age of 35)

Young, beginning and small farmers encounter unique needs, questions and distinct challenges that require thoughtful perspective and expertise. Our GroundBreakers Conference is an exclusive opportunity to expand farm business insight from subject matter experts, providing space to gain key operational knowledge and build a network of peers.

GroundBreakers is a conference designed for young, beginning and small farmers; addressing the unique needs and distinct challenges facing this group of farmers. GroundBreakers is an exclusive opportunity to expand farm business knowledge and gain valuable insights on a variety of topics that can impact operational success. The GroundBreakers Conference features engaging, informative keynote speakers and educational breakout sessions that will send attendees home with actions they can put into practice. Plus, the connections made with peers and industry experts often become valuable resources to guide their operation into the future.

Minnesota: February 16-17

Mystic Lake Center

Prior Lake, MN


Wisconsin: February 23-24

Grand Geneva Resort

Lake Geneva, WI



Compeer Financial's GroundBreakers program provides ongoing access to financial services designed for farmers that are 35 years or younger, or have been farming for 10 years or less.

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