Register Now for Farm Journal Winter College Events

 
Register Now for Farm Journal Winter College Events

Take time to register today and receive the early bird discount savings for up to nine Farm Journal Winter College Events. This winter brings more than five new events to the winter lineup to help enhance your agronomic knowledge and boost yields. Choose the event that best fits your crop and management needs. 

Planter Clinic
This hands-on Planter Clinic can change how you put your crop in the ground and help lock in top yields. Draw from the extensive field experience of Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer and learn how to get your crop off to a strong start. The day is packed with practical information you can take home and apply to your planter—and your fields. All leader planter brands will be included. 

Jan. 6: Memphis, Tenn.
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Jan. 9: Indianapolis, Ind.
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Corn and Soybean College in the South
Corn College is heading south to help farmers learn the Systems Approach to higher corn and soybean yields. Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist, Missy Bauer will share in-the-field data to help farmers grow more bushels and better manage growth and development, nitrogen management and planter performance. This popular training provides producers with valuable information to increase their corn and soybean yields and boost the bottom line. 

Jan. 7: Memphis, Tenn.
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Test Plots Research Results
Farm Journal is well-known for its independent research efforts with the Farm Journal Test Plots Program established by Editor Charlene Finck and Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie. For the first time in the program’s 23-year history, Farm Journal brings you a seminar full of the latest, valuable plot data that can help you increase yields and profitability. The one-day event fea¬tures Ferrie and crew as they unveil results from cutting edge research on the latest technology and agronomic practices in corn and soybeans. Attendees will have private access to data from more than 100 test trials.

Feb. 3: Heyworth, Ill. 
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Feb. 17: Ames, Iowa
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Nutrient Management College
With low commodity prices, it’s time to get tough and manage your field fertility programs. Join Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie for a one-day event ranging from the fundamentals to in-depth information on a well-rounded nutrient program. Attendees will learn how to identify what costs can be cut without compromising yield. You will leave armed with more knowledge on the “Four-R” concept: right rate, right time, right place and right product. Join us and learn how to protect your bottom-line.

Feb. 4: Heyworth, Ill.
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Feb. 18: Ames, Iowa
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Wheat College
Join us at Farm Journal Wheat College for training on the fundamentals for high yields in wheat. High-yield wheat expert Phil Needham will lead this one-day program that provides growers with tips for better yielding wheat that they can take straight to the field. Topics to be discussed include: wheat management systems, new technologies, fertilizer management, nitrogen, disease, insects and growth regulators.

Feb. 24: Manhattan, Kan.
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Wheat and Soybean College
Join us at Farm Journal Wheat College for training on the fundamentals for high yields in wheat, along with Soybean College where part of the day's agenda will focus on soybean yields. High-yield wheat expert Phil Needham will lead the wheat content giving growers tips for better yielding wheat that they can take straight to the field. Farm Journal Field Agronomist Missy Bauer will lead the soybean content.
Topics to be discussed include: wheat management system, new technologies, fertilizer management, nitrogen, disease, insects and growth regulators.

March 3: Coldwater, Mich.
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