‘Cover Your Acres’ with Precision

Laura McNamaraPrecision Ag in the News

The Cattle NetworkThe “Cover Your Acres Winter Conference” is slated for January 22-23 in Oberlin, Kan. Of course, precision technology will be a hot topic at the conference. The Cattle Network reports that farmers and growers attending the conference will be able to learn how to take advantage of the latest innovations in precision farming.

Farmers and ranchers interested in the latest technology, methods and conservation practices to improve crop production on the High Plains can learn about those topics and more at the 2008 “Cover Your Acres Winter Conference” Jan. 22-23 in Oberlin, Kan.

The conference, which will begin with registration from 7:45-8:15 a.m., will be held at the Gateway Civic Center. It is sponsored by Kansas State University and the Northwest Kansas Crop Residue Alliance.

University and industry speakers will give presentations on an array of topics over the two-day conference including: New Corn Seed Traits for No-Till; Improving Your Success in No-Till; N Recommendations for Wheat; Outlook for Sorghum, Bioenergy, Food & Export; Grain Marketing & Revenue Protection; No-till Wheat 101; P Placement and Rate in No-till and Strip-Till; Benefits of Chloride on wheat and row crops; and What Precision Ag Can do For You.

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