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November 2011 Archive for Corn College

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Register Today for 2012 Corn College Events

Nov 08, 2011

2012 Corn College Events 

 

Corn College in the South

Memphis, Tenn. Jan. 10, 2012 Register now!

 

Free Seminars at National Farm Machinery Show, Louisville, Ky.

(no registration required)
Corn College Tune Up with Ken Ferrie
Feb. 15, 2012  
Wheat College Clinic with Phil Needham Feb. 15, 2012
Corn College Tune Up with Missy Bauer
Feb. 17, 2012 

 

 

Wheat College

   
Manhattan, Kan. Jan. 27, 2012 Register Now!
Bismark, N.D. Feb. 9, 2012 Register Now!

 

Corn College Planter Clinics

   
Memphis, Tenn. Jan. 11, 2012 Register now!
Mankato, Minn. March 5, 2012 Register now!
Ames, Iowa March 6, 2012 Register now!
Champaign, Ill. March 8, 2012 Register now!
Coldwater, Mich. March 13, 2012 Register now!

 

Corn College Advanced

near Bloomington, Ill.
July 17, One-Day Session  Click here to register
July 18-19, Two-Day Session
 
 Click here to register

 

Corn College for Retailers

   
July 16 Bloomington, Ill. Click here to register
July 30 Coldwater, Mich. Click here to register 
 

Soybean College

Coldwater, Mich.  
July 31 One-Day Soybean College Click here to register

 

Corn College Fundamentals

Coldwater, Mich.
 
 
Aug. 1-2
 
 

 

 

Southern Farmers: Two Events In Your Area

Nov 07, 2011

Responding to the request of farmers, Farm Journal will host two day-long events scheduled for January 10-11, 2012: Corn College and Planter Clinic events in the South.

You can register for one or both events at these links:

All Day Events
Desoto Civic Center
Southaven, Mississippi
The Corn College and Planter Clinic will feature Farm Journal Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer.
 
During Corn College, Ferrie and Bauer will help farmers learn how to implement the Systems Approach to corn production. The agronomists also will share their in-the-field data to help farmers grow more bushels and better manage soil density, disease, insects and soil fertility.
 
The following day, Ferrie and Bauer will instruct farmers on the process of tuning their planter for peak performance from the hitch pin to the closing wheel.
 

For more information about Corn College events, visit the Corn College homepage www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

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