Saturday wrapped up another successful show at Commodity Classic. Breaking record attendance again this year, more than 7,300 growers, exhibitors, media and agriculture enthusiasts convened in San Antonio for one of the nation’s top agriculture shows.
Kicking off Commodity Classic was StollerUSA’s opening morning Learning Center SessionIdeas to Break Through Yield Barriers. With standing room only, top growers from Illinois, Iowa, Kansas and Texas took the stage highlighting their successes and failures to become local, state and national yield winners each year. An estimated 600+ attendees listened intently and asked informative questions to the grower panel in order to learn about the latest technologies and products in farming today.
Download the Learning Center Session recap highlighting each grower’s ideas, comments and information.
The conversation continued as the four growers headed to the StollerUSA booth during the trade show to share additional ideas and answer questions as they participated in interviews on stage with farm broadcaster Ken Root throughout the week. Each grower explained the importance of managing plant stress and how Bio-Forge® and other Stoller products helped maximize yields during critical times.
There’s still time to put Stoller technology to the test on your acres this season. Apply Bio-Forge today and enhance plant performance from planting to harvest.
A large crowd gathered for the round table event
Steven Albracht explains how he won his national yield contest
Each progressive grower explains their successes and failures
Commodity Classic is almost here. The StollerUSA team starts arriving tomorrow, and we are all excited for the many activities scheduled throughout the week!
Make sure to join us as StollerUSA sponsors the Learning Center SessionIdeas to Break Through Yield Barriers on Thursday morning from 8:15-9:45 am. This one-of-a-kind session will feature a round table of four progressive growers from four different states. Each have won local, state or national yield contests and look forward to sharing their ideas with Commodity Classic attendees.
The tradeshow officially kicks off Thursday as well. Stop by the StollerUSA booth #4072 and learn from the Learning Center Session panel and other growers who will be doing live interviews with the crowd throughout the week. While at the booth make sure to sign up for a chance to win a full-size truck toolbox!
StollerUSA has the tools minimize stress and maximize yields. We’ll see you at Commodity Classic!
Steven Albracht farms 4,200 acres of corn, wheat, milo and cotton in Hart, Texas
Adam Watson farms 4,000 acres of white corn, yellow corn, seed corn and soybeans in Villa Grove, Illinois
Josh Koehn farms 8,000 acres of corn, wheat and milo in Montezuma, Kansas
Mike Gaul farms 1,400 acres of corn and soybeans in Strawberry Point, Iowa
This innovative learning center session will feature a round-table discussion of leading corn, soybean, wheat, cotton and milo growers from across the U.S. who participate in yield contests winning national, state and local awards.
The growers will discuss the cultural and management practices used in their operations to provide audience members engaging and informative insight and tools they can implement on their own operations. Each grower’s crop operation will be profiled to allow a better understanding of their farm and audience members will be able to ask questions and interact with the panelists. Learn more.