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HHD visitors can learn more about health, finances and farming issues by visiting the Hospitality Tent.
TENT MEETING: HHD visitors can learn more about health, finances and farming issues by visiting the Hospitality Tent.

Visit the Hospitality Tent at Husker Harvest Days

Visitors can register for prizes and learn more about health, finances and farming issues.

Look for the Nebraska Farmer Hospitality Tent, located at Central Avenue and Main Street. The tent has an extensive group of health and safety exhibits, offering ideas to keep you and your family informed on nutrition, and the environmental and lifestyle factors affecting everyone’s well-being.

Register for prizes

Take time to enter the 2019 Big Ticket Drawing for a chance to win one of two prizes: a new Miller Bobcat 200 Air Pak welder (retail value about $8,689) and a Digital Infinity ClearLight Technology welding helmet (retail value about $371) for a prize package of $9,060; or an Apple iPad, retail value of $559. Full drawing details are available inside the tent.

Learn where commodity prices are headed from Farm Futures editor Bryce Knorr
MARKET MAN: Learn where commodity prices are headed from Farm Futures editor Bryce Knorr. He will breakdown the 2019 crop and look forward to next year’s planting season.

Market movers

Farm Futures’ Bryce Knorr, senior grain market analyst, shares his keen market evaluations and economic insights and implications to help you fine-tune your marketing strategies.

Knorr gives a detailed look at the year ahead for corn, soybeans and wheat. In addition to global forces shaping supply and demand, he’ll discuss production potential for 2019 crops and farmers’ plans for 2020, along with the prospects for input prices.

These market workshops are presented daily at 9:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Sept. 10-11, and one session at 9:30 a.m. Sept. 12. If you can’t make it to his presentation, register for free Farm Futures Daily newsletters to receive daily market and farm business analysis.

Meet the editor

Nebraska Farmer Editor Tyler Harris is on the HT stage each day at noon for his “Down in the Weeds” program. His guests include authorities on a variety of ag topics.

Skill-building opportunities

Learn about the 2020 Farm Futures Business Summit, where you can boost your marketing skills; the 14th annual educational seminar takes place Jan. 23-24, and the pre-Summit Farm Futures Ag Finance Boot Camp on Jan. 22.

Both the Farm Futures Summit and Boot Camp are held at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center in Coralville, Iowa. More details can be found online at

More on HT stage

Two experienced University of Nebraska Extension specialists will share information on the HT stage.

UN Extension educator Allan Vyhnalek will present “Farm and Ranch Transition, Succession and Estate Planning” at 10:45 a.m. each show day.

Also, UN Extension economist Jim Jansen will present “Land Values, Cash Rent, Trends in Ag Finance” at 2:15 p.m. Sept. 10 and 2:45 p.m. Sept. 11.

At 2 p.m. Sept. 11, Nebraska Association of Resources Districts will announce three individuals who will be inducted into the NARD Hall of Fame.

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