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June 2010 Archive for Corn College

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On the Edge of Selling Out

Jun 24, 2010

Maybe the wet weather and adverse conditions of this season have spurred our Corn College registrations. No matter what obstacles you face in taking your yields to the next level, Corn College will provide you with take-home knowledge of the steps toward your next yield bump.

Registration is filling up fast. Friday, June 23 is the only Corn College session still open for farmer training. There are only 40 spots left. Save your seat now!

 

All sessions feature a mix of classroom, break out sessions and in the field exercises. You’ll head home ready for bin-buster yields. Agendas are available online.

 

Friday, July 23 CLICK FOR MORE

For Farmers

Regular Rate -- $249

Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199

For consultants and retailers, there is also a special session on Monday. This event is also filling up fast with less than 30 spots left.

 

Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE

For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)

Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449

 

For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

Bring a Partner, Get a Discount

Jun 22, 2010

Farmers, there is only one session of Corn College still open. And you have a chance to still get the early bird rate even though it’s expired! When you register yourself and another person from your farming operation, you get the multiple attendee discount.

 

Act quickly. There are only 50 spots left in the one-day session on Friday, July 23.

 

Friday, July 23 CLICK FOR MORE

For Farmers

Regular Rate -- $249

Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199

 

 

But if you are a consultant, don’t worry. There’s also still room in our special one-day session on Monday, July 19. For those who bring more than one person from your business, you also receive a special rate. Register today—there are only 50 spots left!

 

Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE

For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)

Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449

 

For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

Farmers: Only One Session Still Open!

Jun 21, 2010

Registration is filling up fast. Friday, June 23 is the only Corn College session still open for farmer training. There are only 60 spots left. Save your seat now!

 

All sessions feature a mix of classroom, break out sessions and in the field exercises. You’ll head home ready for bin-buster yields. Agendas are available online.

 

Friday, July 23 CLICK FOR MORE

For Farmers

Regular Rate -- $249

Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199

For consultants and retailers, there is also a special session on Monday. This event is also filling up fast with less than 70 spots left.

 

Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE

For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)

Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449

 

For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

13 CCA Credits At Corn College

Jun 18, 2010

Save your spot now for our special one-day event for consultants and retailers. On Monday, July 19 Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie and Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer will help consultants fine tune their agronomic teaching skills.
 
This is the only Corn College event to offer CCA credits. An estimated 13 CEUs will be provided.
 
At lunch, Chris Cochran from USDA-NRCS will be provide an update on becoming a Technical Service Provider.
  • What the program is
  • Who can become a technical service provider
  • How to receive payment
  • Help getting certified
 
Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE http://www.regonline.com/builder/site/Default.aspx?eventid=804054
For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)
 
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489
 
For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com
 

Head to the Field With Ken Ferrie

Jun 16, 2010

 

The Farm Journal Corn College Summer Semester provides practical, hands-on training to help corn growers advance their production skills, increase yields and improve their profitability. Led by Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer, the event includes general instruction, breakout sessions in the field and an expo showcasing corn production tools.
 
With a mix of classroom, break out sessions and in the field exercises, you’ll head home ready for bin-buster yields. Agendas are available online.
 
You can choose from three sessions:

 

Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE
For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)
Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $449
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489
 
Thursday, July 22 CLICK FOR MORE
For Farmers Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $199
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $249
 
Friday, July 23 CLICK FOR MORE
For Farmers
Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $199
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $249
 
For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

Early Bird Set to Expire

Jun 14, 2010

 

There are three great reasons to register for Corn College today!
 
1 – The early bird registration discounts will expire Friday.
 
2 – Registration is filling up fast. Some sessions have less than 30 seats left!
 
3 – You’ll take home corn yield boosting knowledge straight to your farm.
 
The Farm Journal Corn College Summer Semester provides practical, hands-on training to help corn growers advance their production skills, increase yields and improve their profitability. Led by Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer, the event includes general instruction, breakout sessions in the field and an expo showcasing corn production tools.
 
You can choose from three sessions:

 

Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE
For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)
Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $449
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489
 
Thursday, July 22 CLICK FOR MORE
For Farmers Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $199
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $249
 
Friday, July 23 CLICK FOR MORE
For Farmers
Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $199
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $249
 
For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

40 Spots Left in Corn College Session

Jun 10, 2010

Registration is filling up fast. There are still three sessions to choose from, but we expect all to sell out and no on-site registration will be avaiable. One session is less than 40 people from being sold out. Save your seat now!

 

All sessions feature a mix of classroom, break out sessions and in the field exercises. You’ll head home ready for bin-buster yields. Agendas are available online.

 

You can choose from three sessions:

 

Monday, July 19 CLICK FOR MORE

For Consultants and Retailers (ONLY Corn College event to offer CCA credits. It’s estimated 13 credits will be provided for the one-day session)

Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $449
Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $449
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $489

 

Thursday, July 22 CLICK FOR MORE

For Farmers Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $199

Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $249

 

Friday, July 23 CLICK FOR MORE

For Farmers

Early Bird Rate (through June 18, 2010) -- $199

Multiple Attendee Rate (until conference is sold out) -- $199
Regular Rate (After June 18, 2010) -- $249

 

For all information regarding Farm Journal Corn College visit: www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

Consultant Session Updated Agenda

Jun 04, 2010

On Monday, July 19, Farm Journal will present a session just for consultants and retailers. The event will help those who help others increase their corn fields.

 

At lunch, Chris Cochran from USDA-NRCS will be provide an update on becoming a Technical Service Provider.

            What the program is

            Who can become a technical service provider

            How to receive payment

            Help getting certified

 

An estimated 13 CCA credits will be offered. This is the ONLY Corn College session to offer CCA credits.

 

Check out the drafted agenda here.

 

To learn more about the event and to register click here.

 

Less than 80 spots are left, so save your spot today!

For all information relating to Corn College visit www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com

Just as the Consultant session is filling up, so are the 2 one-day sessions for farmers on July 22 or July 23. Save your spot today! No walk-in registrations will be allowed.

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