is part of the Division of Informa PLC

This site is operated by a business or businesses owned by Informa PLC and all copyright resides with them. Informa PLC's registered office is 5 Howick Place, London SW1P 1WG. Registered in England and Wales. Number 8860726.

  • American Agriculturist
  • Beef Producer
  • Corn and Soybean Digest
  • Dakota Farmer
  • Delta Farm Press
  • Farm Futures
  • Farm Industry news
  • Indiana Prairie Farmer
  • Kansas Farmer
  • Michigan Farmer
  • Missouri Ruralist
  • Nebraska Farmer
  • Ohio Farmer
  • Prairie Farmer
  • Southeast Farm Press
  • Southwest Farm Press
  • The Farmer
  • Wallaces Farmer
  • Western Farm Press
  • Western Farmer Stockman
  • Wisconsin Agriculturist
Tri-State Agriculture Summit To Provide Outlook

Tri-State Agriculture Summit To Provide Outlook

What's the outlook for grain prices, land values, input costs and new technology for 2011? Spend a morning with the experts and find out at Tri-State Ag Summit on Feb. 16 at Keokuk, Iowa.

The 2011 Tri-State Agriculture Summit will provide an outlook of land values, grain markets, technology and inputs. The summit is Feb. 16 in Keokuk, which is in the southeast corner of Iowa.

Farmers, landowners, agri-businesses and local processors are invited to spend a morning with some of the most knowledgeable ag experts in the Midwest. Iowa State University Extension, University of Illinois Extension and University of Missouri Extension are presenting the 2011 Tri-State Agriculture Summit on Wednesday, Feb. 16 at the Holiday Inn Express (4th and Main) in Keokuk.

The summit will provide an outlook of land values, grain markets, technology and inputs. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. with the program starting at 9 a.m. Continuing Education Units will be offered for certified crop consultants.

The program includes four highly-regarded agriculture experts.

Melvin Brees, University of Missouri Extension ag economist, will provide insight into the volatile grain markets of 2010-11, the impact of world grain supplies, trade conditions and potential shifts in 2011 planting intentions.

Gordon Roskamp, well-known for his expertise with weed resistance and integrated pest management at the University of Western Illinois, will share his thoughts on new herbicides and weed resistance to help producers make the most of crop input dollars.

ISU Extension economist Mike Duffy will share the findings of the 2010 Iowa Land Value Survey and highlight some of the historical data related to land value trends.

The program will conclude with remarks from Keith Fuller, president of Fuller Fertilizer, with recommendations for interpreting yield maps and using the data generated for maximum yield and return. 

Cost of the program is $15, which includes lunch, refreshments and meeting materials. To register for the program, please call the following Extension offices by Friday, Feb. 11: In Iowa, Lee County, 800-211-9328; in Missouri, Marion County, 573-769-217; in Illinois, Adams County, 217-223-8380 or Hancock County, 217-357-2150.

Hide comments


  • Allowed HTML tags: <em> <strong> <blockquote> <br> <p>

Plain text

  • No HTML tags allowed.
  • Web page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.
  • Lines and paragraphs break automatically.