Powerful Lineup of Seminars Announced for 2013 Iowa Power Farming Show

DES MOINES, IA – January 17, 2013: The power of insight will be at full force for the upcoming Iowa Power Farming Show, with 16 educational seminars scheduled to take place over the three days the show runs later this month. Sharing their wisdom will be agriculture and financial experts, as well as precision ag pros from some of the top companies in the field.

“Growers come to the Iowa Power Farming Show to learn. Sure, they want to see big iron and revolutionary precision ag products, which they of course will. But they’ll also have numerous opportunities to attend educational seminars and gain insights into how to make better financial, agronomic and equipment decisions for their farms,” said show Co-Director, Tom Junge.

It all starts Tuesday, January 29, with seminars like “Farm Legacy: Adding Clarity in Uncertain Times,” “Soil pH and Yield – What Works and What Doesn’t,” “Family Farm Succession Planning,” and “How to Stay in Compliance with EPA’s Rules for Above Ground Storage Tanks.”

Sessions scheduled for Wednesday, January 30, include “Why this field? Why these conditions? The Value of Data Can Answer Your Questions,” “Can You Drive a Tractor? Then You Can Install Drainage Tile with Intellislope,” and “Advanced Option Strategies for Today’s Progressive Farmer.”

Sessions conclude Thursday, January 31, with “What’s Happening in the Commodity Markets: A Commodity Market Price Update,” and a micro-growing sciences seminar called “Elderberry & Aroniaberry Production.”

The Iowa Power Farming Show, the third largest indoor farm show in the United States, runs from January 29-31, 2013, at the Iowa Events Center in downtown Des Moines. For more details and a complete list of the high-powered seminars scheduled to take place at the 2013 Iowa Power Farming Show, please visit www.iowapowershow.com.


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