As members of the American Society of Agricultural Consultants (ASAC), we subscribe and adhere to a Code of Ethics that was established as one of the first acts of the organization. This Code of Ethics has ten points that outline the conduct expected of members. At the ASAC Annual Conference in Nashville, TN on November 9, we will have a one-hour class discussing each item, and what it means to members. It is a requirement of Certified Agricultural Consultants (CACs) of ASAC to attend the ethics class on a regular basis as presented at each annual meeting.
As a preview to the presentation, I will highlight a couple points: