Workshop Dates: July 8–10, 2013
Location: Beck Agricultural Center, West Lafayette, Ind.
Registration Fee: $400 primary registrant, $350 for additional
Educational Credit: Certified Crop Advisers can earn continuing education units (CEUs) at this program.
Experience one of the most successful and longest-running programs geared specifically for farmers—the Top Farmer Crop Workshop at Purdue University, now in its 46th year. Surrounded by farm management experts and a group of your peers, you will evaluate your farm operation from a business standpoint, focusing specifically on economic, agronomic and technological opportunities and challenges.
Program Schedule and Sessions
This year’s Top Farmer Crop Workshop will feature almost 20 educational sessions. Registration begins at 2:00 p.m. on Monday, July 8, and the program adjourns at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10. The program will be held at the Beck Agricultural Center, located in West Lafayette, Ind.
At this workshop, you will:
- Explore strategies for growing your business
- Discover new ways to manage inputs and deal with risk
- Understand agriculture's responsibility for innovation
- Learn about new crop production technology from those who created it
- Meet, network and share ideas with other farmers
Who should attend?
The Top Farmer Workshop is specifically designed for farmers seeking to improve their farming operations through better management.
There are sponsorship opportunities available for the Top Farmer Crop Workshop. For more information on how you and/or your organization can support the program, contact Aissa Good.
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