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Make plans today to join us in Louisville, Kentucky for the Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show.

The Acres U.S.A. Eco-Ag Conference & Trade Show is a one-of-a-kind event for commercial-scale sustainable and organic agriculture. Well over a thousand people from around the world gather together to tap the knowledge of some of agriculture’s brightest minds.


This year we'll explore new on-farm strategies and tools while engaging with the leading minds in modern eco-agriculture. Programming will feature all-day advanced learning workshops, a trade show full of innovative ideas and products to apply to your operation, diverse expert sessions, consultant hours, book signings, film screenings, and much more!


We have lots of great things lined up and still more to come. Check back often as we build on the 2018 program or sign up here to receive event updates sent straight to your inbox.

If you are looking to take your farm operation to the next level and plan to attend our intensive, all-day Eco-Ag U workshops on Dec. 4 & 5, please sign up early to reserve your spot!




2018 Polyface Farm Intensive Discovery Seminar

This year’s dates:

July 16 & 17  (sold out) | July 20 & 21  (sold out) | July 27 & 28 (sold out)
This event is sold out. Please call if you would like to be added to our wait list: 800-355-5313


Every year the Salatin family and staff at Polyface Farm offer a series of two-day, six-meal (it's worth coming just for the food) seminars limited to 30 people for hard-core how-to instruction. What most outfits would spread over a four-day seminar, Polyface packs into two long days ─ hence, the word intensive.

From processing chickens and rabbits to moving cattle, electric fencing, pasturing pigs and sawmilling, Joel and the staff pack as much into these two long days as possible. The goal is to present every enterprise, touch all aspects of the farm - including marketing and internships - and leave folks' heads spinning with new ideas.

Why July? That's when the farm has the most variety of things going on ─ and it's after hay crunch but before fall slowdown. That's the peak of the season in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. The itinerary is designed to make every minute count. The Salatin family and staff eat with attendees during the meals in order to facilitate questions and discussions. This is an unmatched opportunity for learning.

The most common complaint is this: "I wish I had brought my wife" (husband, in-laws, business partner.. . you name it). The most common critique is this: "I got my money's worth in the first half-day."

The wide-ranging instruction includes rental farms, mob-stocking pasture management, poultry, financial analysis and all the nitty-gritty details in one place. Few farms in the world have been at it long enough to amass the level of mistakes and experience as Polyface. Learn from it and thrive. Come for two days and leave years ahead.

Joel Salatin
Polyface Farms

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About Polyface Farm's Intensive Discovery Seminars

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