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January 2010 Archive for Corn College

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Have a Question for Ken Ferrie?

Jan 30, 2010

With almost unparalleled urgency, Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie is fielding questions from farmers across the Corn Belt on how to respond to the challenges left over from 2009 and make 2010 a success.

 

Whether it is the task to outfitting your planter to handle conditions where tillage didn’t get done, to understanding how to manage nitrogen across your fields, there’s no blanket answer to tackle these challenges.

 

That’s why Ken Ferrie partnered with Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer to develop the Winter Semester Corn College. This one-day event will provide take-to-the-field knowledge for the coming year’s challenges.

 

Attendees with have small group interaction with the Farm Journal agronomic team and will be able to have their questions answered one-on-one.

 

Register today for this event… space is limited!

 

Held on Feb. 11 and located in Clarksville, Ind., the Winter Semester Corn College is only 10 miles from the National Farm Machinery Show.

Visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com for more information.

Early Bird Rate Available for Limited Time!

Jan 22, 2010

Register today to receive the limited-time rate of $149 for the one-day Corn College Winter Semester. After Monday, registration will go up to the regular rate.

To regsiter, click here: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com.

Corn College Winter Semester
  

Thurs., February 11

Clarksville, Ind. (10 min. from National Farm Machinery Show)

 

“Our 2009 crop leaves many corn growers with more challenges than normal for the next season,” explains Ken Ferrie Farm Journal Field Agronomist. “We’ve put together an agenda that will help tackle those challenges and get ready for 2010.”

 

The curriculum for the first-ever Corn College Winter Semester is designed to help you raise the best corn crop possible for 2010. Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer have assembled a one-day session packed with information to help you make the best agronomic moves following the 2009 growing season.

 

Click HERE to view the event agenda. (Don’t worry, we wrap up with plenty of time to get you to the National Championship Tractor Pull!)

 

Visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com for the full line up of Corn College events and to register online.

It’s your one-stop shop for Corn College information and registration!
Farm Journal is offering multiple Corn College events to provide you with take-to-the-field knowledge

Ruts? Standing Residue? N Questions?

Jan 19, 2010

Join Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie and Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer at the one-day Corn College Winter Semester. They’ve designed a program that will help you move on from the challenges left by 2009 to start 2010 on the right foot.  

 

Corn College Winter Semester   

Thurs., February 11

Clarksville, Ind. (10 min. from National Farm Machinery Show)

 

“Our 2009 crop leaves many corn growers with more challenges than normal for the next season,” explains Ken Ferrie. “We’ve put together an agenda that will help tackle those challenges and get ready for 2010.”

 

The curriculum for the first-ever Corn College Winter Semester is designed to help you raise the best corn crop possible for 2010. This event is located in Clarksville, Ind.—just 10 minutes from the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville.

 

Click HERE to view the event agenda. (Don’t worry, we wrap up with plenty of time to get you to the National Championship Tractor Pull!)

 

Visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com for the full line up of Corn College events and to register online.

It’s your one-stop shop for Corn College information and registration! Farm Journal is offering multiple Corn College events to provide you with take-to-the-field knowledge.

Winter Semester 10 Min. from National Farm Machinery Show

Jan 07, 2010

Corn College Winter Semester  

Thurs., February 11

Clarksville, Ind. (10 min. from National Farm Machinery Show)

 

“Our 2009 crop leaves many corn growers with more challenges than normal for the next season,” explains Ken Ferrie Farm Journal Field Agronomist. “We’ve put together an agenda that will help tackle those challenges and get ready for 2010.”

 

The curriculum for the first-ever Corn College Winter Semester is designed to help you raise the best corn crop possible for 2010. Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer have assembled a one-day session packed with information to help you make the best agronomic moves following the 2009 growing season.

 

Click HERE to view the event agenda. (Don’t worry, we wrap up with plenty of time to get you to the National Championship Tractor Pull!)

 

Visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com for the full line up of Corn College events and to register online.

It’s your one-stop shop for Corn College information and registration!
Farm Journal is offering multiple Corn College events to provide you with take-to-the-field knowledge.

Reserve Your Spot Today!

Jan 04, 2010

Don’t miss your chance to learn how to take your yields to the next level with the Farm Journal Field Agronomist team of Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer!


Visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com for the full line up of Corn College events and to register online. It’s your one-stop shop for Corn College information and registration!

Farm Journal is offering multiple Corn College events to provide you with take-to-the-field knowledge.

Here’s a quick run down for 2010 Corn College events:

 

Corn College Winter Semester   

Thurs., February 11

Clarksville, Ind. (10 min. from National Farm Machinery Show)

  

Corn College Planter Clinic   

Tues., March 9

Brooklyn, Iowa (50 miles west of Iowa City on Interstate 80)

 

Corn College Summer Semester   

FOUR events to choose from–July 19 to 23

Corn College Campus (near Bloomington, Ill.)

One Day Consultants / Retailers Session – July 19

Two Day Session for farmers with Bonus Soybean Content – July 20-21

One Day Session for farmers – July 22

One Day Session for farmers – July 23


Click here for previous coverage from Corn College events.

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