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February 2011 Archive for Corn College

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Only a Dozen Spots Left for Minnesota Event

Feb 25, 2011

The one day Corn College Planter Clinic in Morton, Minn., which will take place on March 9, is about to sell out. Click here to reserve your seat.

The event will cover all planter brands and models, as well as planter technologies incorporated on today’s machinery.
There are three other dates and locations for Planter Clinics, which include: March 1 in Columbus, Ohio; March 8 in Lincoln, Neb.; and March 11 in Davenport, Iowa.

Ohio Planter Clinic Less Than a Week Away

Feb 23, 2011

Meet up with Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer in Columbus, Ohio on March 1 and let her teach you how to set your planter for success. Learn more and register here.

This one-day event will include hands-on demonstrations that will apply to all planter brands and models. The curriculum also covers the latest planter technology and how it pays back in the field.
Additional dates and locations include: March 8 in Lincoln, Neb.; March 9 in Morton, Minn.; and March 11 in Davenport, Iowa. Learn more at www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com.

Last Day for Planter Clinic Early Bird Discount

Feb 10, 2011

The last day to receive the early bird discount for any of the four remaining Planter Clinic is Friday.

The four dates and locations are as follows: March 1 in Columbus, Ohio; March 8 in Lincoln, Neb.; March 9 in Morton, Minn.; March 11 in Davenport, Iowa.

The event will cover all planter brands and models, as well as planter technologies incorporated on today’s machinery. Key topics in the sessions: 
  • How to identify a good stand and set your goals for planting execution
  • How to evaluate the soundness of your planter
  • How to set your planter for the best performance possible
  • Planter attachments that can help improve your planter do a better job
  • New planter technology you can use
 
To register and for more information, go to www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

 

Early Bird Expires for Planter Clinic

Feb 07, 2011

Register today and there’s still time to receive the early bird rate for our Planter Clinic events. The discount will expire before the end of the week.

The four dates and locations are as follows: March 1 in Columbus, Ohio; March 8 in Lincoln, Neb.; March 9 in Morton, Minn.; March 11 in Davenport, Iowa.
“A planter clinic can help fine-tune a farmer’s equipment and set them up for success,” Bauer said. “These planter clinics provide a foundation from the hitch pin to the closing wheels.”
The event will cover all planter brands and models, as well as planter technologies incorporated on today’s machinery. Key topics in the sessions: 
  • How to identify a good stand and set your goals for planting execution
  • How to evaluate the soundness of your planter
  • How to set your planter for the best performance possible
  • Planter attachments that can help improve your planter do a better job
  • New planter technology you can use
 
To register and for more information, go to www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com
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