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Amanda Nolz

Photo by Amanda NolzAl Ambrose, CHS Vice President, Risk Management for Oilseed Processing

As agriculturalists look to the future and begin to make management decisions for 2010, Al Ambrose offered some vital advice for producers to consider at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009.

Al Ambrose, CHS Vice President, Risk Management for Oilseed Processing, discussed the challenges facing production agriculture today when trying to meet the burgeoning demand for food, fuel and fiber. He started his presentation with a history lesson to help producers better understand the challenges they are facing in the present.

“I want to change the way you see the world,” said Ambrose. “In order to understand where we are at today, we must review what has happened throughout our history.”

As agriculturalists look to the future and begin to make management decisions for 2010, Al Ambrose offered some vital advice for producers to consider at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009.

Al Ambrose, CHS Vice President, Risk Management for Oilseed Processing, discussed the challenges facing production agriculture today when trying to meet the burgeoning demand for food, fuel and fiber. He started his presentation with a history lesson to help producers better understand the challenges they are facing in the present.

“I want to change the way you see the world,” said Ambrose. “In order to understand where we are at today, we must review what has happened throughout our history.”

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As agriculturalists look to the future and begin to make management decisions for 2010, Al Ambrose offered some vital advice for producers to consider at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009.

Al Ambrose, CHS Vice President, Risk Management for Oilseed Processing, discussed the challenges facing production agriculture today when trying to meet the burgeoning demand for food, fuel and fiber. He started his presentation with a history lesson to help producers better understand the challenges they are facing in the present.

“I want to change the way you see the world,” said Ambrose. “In order to understand where we are at today, we must review what has happened throughout our history.”

As agriculturalists look to the future and begin to make management decisions for 2010, Al Ambrose offered some vital advice for producers to consider at the South Dakota Soybean Association’s AgOutlook 2010 in Sioux Falls, SD on Dec. 10, 2009.

Al Ambrose, CHS Vice President, Risk Management for Oilseed Processing, discussed the challenges facing production agriculture today when trying to meet the burgeoning demand for food, fuel and fiber. He started his presentation with a history lesson to help producers better understand the challenges they are facing in the present.

“I want to change the way you see the world,” said Ambrose. “In order to understand where we are at today, we must review what has happened throughout our history.”