The 2007 Corn Conference meetings, sponsored by University of Wisconsin-Extension and the Wisconsin Corn Growers Association, will be held this month around the state. The forums, slated for Jan. 23 in Belmont, Jan. 24 in Baldwin and Jan. 25 in Kimberly, are designed to provide technical insight and practical advice to improve on-farm results.
Organizers say the meetings use the latest information available from university and industry research to help producers raise a crop with maximum yield, quality and profitability. The program is an in-depth learning experience with an opportunity to interact with corn production experts and fellow growers.
Sessions start at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at 3:45 p.m. The registration deadline is Jan. 20. There is a registration fee of $5 per participant, which includes an information packet containing 2006 corn hybrid trial results, plus numerous production related reference materials.
For more information or to register, call (608) 263-7438.