A tornado, hail storm or flood: farmers across the country experiences the chaos that can be caused by disruptive weather. This year at the Top Producer Seminar, Eric Snodgrass, a University of Illinois professor, Agrible co-founder and senior atmospheric scientist, is sharing how farmers can find consistency in the midst of chaos.
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With the plethora of weather information available today, you can easily get lost in the weeds. But your farm’s profitability heavily depends on weather conditions. To make smart decisions for your farm operation, follow these tips from Snodgrass.
1. Never bet the farm on a forecast.
2. Use long-range weather forecasts as guidance only.
3. Use short-term weather forecasts to plan your operations.
4. Watch global weather stresses for market moves.
5. Know how weather conditions have impacted your operation in the past.
Learn more at the 2018 Top Producer Seminar, which takes place Jan. 15-17 in Chicago. It is part of the Top Producer Summit. The Summit also includes Tomorrow’s Top Producer, Executive Women in Agriculture and the Legacy Project Conference.
The cost to attend Top Producer Seminar is $549—as long as you register by Dec. 14. Starting Dec. 15, the Seminar’s registration fee is $649.
The best part of Top Producer Seminar collocating with our other events is you can maximize your team’s time. We’re offering discounted registration rates on multiple registrations for these four events.
|Event Registration Combinations||Total for Both Events||Promo Code||You Save|
|Top Producer Seminar +
Executive Women in Agriculture or Tomorrow’s Top Producer
|Tomorrow’s Top Producer + Executive Women in Ag||$599||DBLEWA||$200|
|Top Producer Seminar + Legacy Project Conference||$799||TPSDBLLegacy||$150|
|Legacy Project Conference||$549||DBLLEGACY||$150|
You’ll put this code in at the end (on the payment screen)—not on the opening page where it asks for a sponsor code.
Thanks to our 2018 Top Producer Summit Sponsors!
Platinum Sponsors: Fendt/AGCO, BASF, Bayer, Case IH, Channel, Corteva, Pioneer
Gold Sponsors: Beck’s Hybrids, John Deere, Rabo AgriFinance,
Silver Sponsors: AgXplore, FMC, Growmark, Show-Me Shortline, Syngenta, Top Third Ag Marketing, United Soybean Board, Valent
Bronze Sponsors: CLAAS, CliftonLarsonAllen, Conservis Corp., Granular, Midwestern BioAg, K-Coe Isom
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