About Midwest Poultry Federation
The Midwest Poultry Federation (MPF) was founded in 1971 and held its first convention in Minneapolis in 1972. MPF’s primary purpose is to host an annual regional convention emphasizing on-farm poultry production. The convention’s goal is to offer cutting-edge information to attendees through a balanced offering of exhibits and educational workshops.
Did you know? All revenue (after expenses are paid) generated by the MPF Convention is donated to various poultry organizations for research and educational activities as well as back to MPF’s member organizations listed here.
2019 and 2020 MPF Executive Committee
Greg Nelson, President
Ben Thompson, Vice President
Scott Waldner, Secretary / Treasurer
Pictured above: Greg Nelson and Scott Waldner
Fact Sheets, Exhibitor Lists and Education Programs
Use the following links to view MPF fact sheets, exhibitor lists and education programs from previous MPF Conventions.
- 2018 MPF Fact Sheet
- 2018 Convention Guide (with listings for Education Program, Exhibitors and Sponsors)
- 2017 Convention Guide (with listings for Education Program, Exhibitors and Sponsors)
- 2016 Convention Guide (with listings for Education Program, Exhibitors and Sponsors)