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Pick Your Path, Farm Journal Corn College Lineup

April 27, 2013
By: Margy Eckelkamp, Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete

Farm Journal expands Corn College lineup for more opportunities to learn

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Head to the field with Farm Journal Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer and Farm Journal High-Yield Wheat Expert Phil Needham. This summer we’re hosting eight events, each designed to help you increase yields in corn, soybeans and wheat. A description for each Corn College, Soybean College and Wheat College event is below to help you pick a path.

For the First-Time Attendee

Rooted in the Systems Approach, this two-day event will guide the first-time Corn College attendee in how to implement the fundamentals for higher yields. Led by Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer, Corn College Fundamentals puts the focus on the basic building blocks, including soil density, planter performance and fertility.

Corn College Fundamentals

Coldwater, Mich.

Two-Day Session

Wednesday & Thursday, July 31 – Aug. 1

For the Corn College Alumni

The Corn College Advanced curriculum is geared toward the farmer with a solid grasp on the Systems Approach. Corn College Grad School, a new one-day event, will not be hosted in conjunction with any sponsors, allowing attendees to spend more time in the classroom and in the field with our Corn College instructors.


near Bloomington, Ill.

One-Day Session

Tuesday, July 16

Two-Day Session

Wednesday & Thursday, July 17-18


Grad School

near Bloomington, Ill.

One-Day Session

Tuesday, July 23

For Those Who Serve Farmers

For those who work with farmers to take yields to the next level, the Corn College circuit features two customized consultant/retailer sessions. These are the only Corn College events to offer CCA CEUs. An estimated 11 approved credits will be available from attending either of the one-day sessions.

Consultant/Retailer Sessions

One-Day Session

near Bloomington, Ill.

Monday, July 15

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