2022 Peanut Growers Conference

The 23rd Annual Southern Peanut Growers Conference will be held July 21-23, 2022 at the Edgewater Beach Resort, Panama City Beach, Florida. The three-day event provides farmers with information about peanut production, legislative issues, marketing and promotions.

In addition to the conference sessions, the event focuses on the family by offering a ladies program and a golf tournament. Additional information about the conference and sponsorship opportunities is available by contacting one of the coordinating partners listed below.

Conference Information

  • 2022 Schedule

    Click on the following link to download the Conference Schedule.
    Conference Schedule

  • Resort Map

    Click on the following link to download a map of the resort and conference center.
    Resort Map

  • Register Online

    Conference registration is available from April 1 until June 30, 2022. Click on the link below to register for the 2022 conference.
    Register Online
    Print Registration Form

  • Conference Blog

    Click the link below to view photos, speaker presentations and more from the 2021 Conference sponsorship.
    SPGC Blog

  • Sponsorship Packet

    Click the link below to download information regarding Conference sponsorship.
    SPGC Sponsorship Packet

  • Resort Reservations

    There is no longer a block of rooms available at Edgewater Beach Resort for the conference. All rooms are available on a first come, first served basis. It is very important for you to go ahead and reserve your room ASAP before the resort books up.
    Conference Room Options

Thanks to our 2021 Conference Sponsors


Additional information about future conferences and sponsorship opportunities is available by contacting:
Alabama Peanut Prod. Association
(334) 792-6482

Florida Peanut Prod. Association
(850) 526-2590

Georgia Peanut Commission
(229) 386-3470

Mississippi Peanut Growers Assn.
(601) 606-3547

Presented by The Southern Peanut Farmers Federation
in conjunction with
Auburn University

Mississippi State University

University of Florida

University of Georgia