A beef industry event, and new tech for cornA beef industry event, and new tech for corn
The Around Farm Progress podcast shares details of an innovative new way beef producers can get a leg up on 2021; and for corn producers
There are two very different topics brought together for this week's episode of Around Farm Progress. First up we're offering a preview of an important virtual event coming the week of February 1 – the Virtual BEEF Experience. This is a FREE event, and we wanted to learn more so we connected with Sarah Muirhead, managing director with the Farm Progress team to find out what you can expect.
Then we turn our attention to corn, fertility and a new tool that may help you maximize nitrogen use. Adam Litle, CEO of Sound Agriculture, shares insight on the new SOURCE product. He explains how it works, and some results they've seen. It's an interesting way to boost nitrogen availability to your corn crop and has shown promise on other crops too.
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Farm Progress held its first ever Farm Progress Virtual Experience, which was an information-packed farm show including everything from field demonstrations to informative breakout sessions. The event went live recently and all the material, including the extensive trade show with hundreds of exhibitors, available at FPVexp.com. Check it out.
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