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INFORMATION EVENT: The Farm Futures Seminars at the National Farm Machinery Show continue a long tradition for Farm Progress and its legacy brands.

Seminars tackle range of farm tech issues

Farm Futures sponsors four key presentations during National Farm Machinery Show

When farmers gather in Louisville for the National Farm Machinery Show for 2019, they’ll have a wide range of tech and machinery to check out. And the show offers a long list of seminar and education opportunities as well. Farm Progress has long been involved with seminars at the show through its legacy brands.

For the second year, Farm Futures is the featured sponsor for seminars at the show, and this year the topics range from the latest in tillage tools to a catch-up on how farmers are engaging high-speed planting. These seminars are all held in the South Wing in Room 104 B (the same home these events have had for several years).

Whether you elect to stop for the seminar for the information, and to take a rest where you can enjoy a break but catch up on a hot topic; or you want free cookies. These seminars have what you need. Each of the seminars includes panelists from major companies who will cover the topic. The seminars are moderated by Willie Vogt, editorial director, Farm Progress.

Here’s the schedule for the 2019 Farm Futures National Farm Machinery Show Seminar Series.

1 p.m. – Wednesday – Feb. 13, 2019

The changing nature of tillage tools

From variable rate tillage to high-speed tools, farmers are finding value in turning to iron to manage issues in the field. In this seminar, we dig into that topic with some key industry players

1 p.m. Thursday – Feb. 14, 2019

Seed, genetics and crop performance

Today’s plant breeders have more tools available to them than ever before. What does that mean to farmers and yield potential for 2019 and beyond?

4 p.m. Thursday – Feb. 14, 2019

High-speed planting, an update

It’s been three years since high-speed planting has become an accepted practice. Here’s an update looking at what it means for growers, what companies have learned and what producers can deploy in 2019 and beyond.

1 p.m. Friday – Feb. 15, 2019

In-season fertilizer application

The need to spoon-feed crops is a growing opportunity, and issue, for agriculture. What does it mean and what are we learning about the tools available for the market?

Speakers for each of these seminars represent companies on hand at the show and offer visitors a chance to go in-depth on key topics. Later they can stop by the exhibitor’s locations to get more information. If you’re attending NFMS 2019, plan to attend one of these Farm Futures Seminars.

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