Ag Marketing in the Digital Age (AMiDA), originally set for late March, has been moved to Oct. 20, 2020, at the Four Seasons hotel in downtown St. Louis, Mo. The rescheduling is in response to health concerns surrounding COVID-19.

The one-day event offered by Rooster Strategic Solutions will cover various aspects of digital marketing with a real-world approach, so attendees are armed with useful knowledge to plan and execute better marketing programs. Planned subject matter includes data, programmatic, content marketing, voice technology, search, social media, reporting and analytics, email marketing and a look at the next cutting- edge digital tools.

The agenda is specifically designed to benefit brand marketers, publishers, tech vendors and marketing agency professionals.

“We will have some of the top minds devoted to digital marketing throughout the agricultural industry involved in AMiDA, so it really is a can’t-miss event,” says James Arnold, Rooster’s chief digital officer. “Registrations for the spring event were strong, so we know this event is addressing a real need in our industry.”

Registration cost is $299. Register at this address:

The event at the Four Seasons hotel will adhere to the Four Seasons Enhanced Global Health and Safety Program, including employee and guest screening, temperature checks, social distancing floor plans for events and heightened food and beverage safety standards. For more information on that initiative, see

Rooster Strategic Solutions is a consultancy firm serving companies in food and agriculture. Based in Clinton, Ill., the firm has satellite offices in Kansas, Illinois, Georgia, Virginia, Missouri and Tennessee.