Last week Kansas City was a BUZZ with Farm Directors from radio stations through out the US. StollerUSA was there. We talked with experts from Iowa to South Dakota about the challenges of the wet harvest season. We also got a chance to share some of the bright spots that Stoller’s test plots are revealing. Crops that were treated with Bio-Forge and other Stoller programs are showing a true advantage for corn, soybean and wheat farmers. Better still, some farmers have discovered the cost-effective Bio-Forge seed treatment program that is pushing yields and adding dollars to the farmers bottom line. Results are slow coming in….but now that they are coming in we are glad to share them with the broadcasters that serve their area farmers.
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It’s the second day of the largest trade show in Commodity Classic history – more than 940 booths representing over 230 companies featuring equipment, technology, products and services of today’s leading agricultural businesses and organizations.
Yesterday the StollerUSA booth was filled with excitement and interest as conference attendees stopped by to learn more about Stoller’s line-up of yield enchancing products from real farmers. Be sure to take in the WIN sessions today, and hear how Stoller’s PowerPlus maximizes the effectiveness of nitrogen on corn and soybean crops. Dave Alexander, Agri-Science Technologies/StollerUSA Consultant will present his findings at 2:00 PM today in the Dallas rooms 1 &2.
What new things are you hearing about at the Commodity Classic that you’d like to consider applying to your operation?
Scenes from the StollerUSA booth on the opening day of Commodity Classic.
The Stoller team and growers kicked off the show with an interview with Progressive Farmer and DTN
Jeff Morgan of StollerUSA presents a Mini-WIN (What Is New) session on PowerPlus™
We’re at Commodity Classic – More than 4,500 growers and industry reps are expected to be at this premier convention and trade show of the U.S. corn, soybean, wheat, and sorghum industries. Learning Centers on the latest trends, tips and issues to help your business operation and bottom line, What Is New (WIN) sessions and marketing seminars to help you increase profitability are just a few of the many highlights of this conference.
What are you looking forward to most at Commodity Classic?
Stop by booth#114 and join the discussions here on Cybercoffeeshop.org
The 2009 Commodity Classic in Grapevine, Texas is right around the corner! Are you going? If so, what draws you there? Is it the trade show, educational sessions, entertainment or the opportunity of interacting with other growers and industry professionals? Commodity Classic has a lot to offer, and we’re interested to hear what you find beneficial and if your budget allows to attend this conference for growers of corn, wheat, soybeans, and sorghum.