Take Steps this Summer to Improve Your Yields

Take Steps this Summer to Improve Your Yields

Attend Farm Journal College events this summer and start on the path to higher yields.

Have you ever considered attending a Farm Journal College event? Whether a seasoned College participant or first time attendee, there is no better time to start improving your corn and soybean yields. Join Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer in-the-field for all-new content and topics. No matter your level of agronomic expertise, our events offer sessions that cater to you. Hurry and register by June 1  for the Illinois College events to receive discounts and the chance to win a Henry Repeating Arms Farmers Feeding the World tribute rifle. Events are designed to best suit your busy schedule, so join us for a one or two-day Corn College event or a one-day Soybean College event. Spots are filling up fast, so sign up today to secure your spot. You won't want to miss all of the exciting changes happening at the Farm Journal Colleges this summer. 

1. New Content: Each year your experience is enhanced with all-new topics and information. Come with an open mind and be prepared to take home cutting edge management practices to incorporate into your operation.

2. New Event: Farm Journal College expands its lineup of events with the all-new, Zone Management College. Don't miss this opportunity to learn how to create and implement zone management. The sessions will dive deep on how to maximize and cater each zone to its specific soil type and past weather patterns for optimum yields and in-field efficiencies. 

3. CCA CEUs: All events, including the Zone Management College will offer CCA CEU credits. Check the registration site for total credits offered at each event.

4. Expo Building: For the second year, enjoy the air-conditioned expo center at the College campus in Heyworth, Ill. Take a break from the heat and catch up with fellow farmers and College sponsors.

5. Irrigation System: A center-pivot system at the Corn and Soybean College campus in Michigan will provide protection to ensure crops used in teaching sessions are in top shape. Future events will focus on best management practices for irrigation.

Click here for a brief description of each event. 

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