Start Here For 2012 Soybean Success

Start Here For 2012 Soybean Success

Learn about how to increase yields from other farmers at a seminar near you.

How would you like to be able to produce 60, 70, 80 even nearly 90 bushels of soybeans per acre?

You can learn how South Dakota farmers who have topped the South Dakota Soybean Yield and Quality contest have done it. South Dakota Soybean is hosting a series of seminars this week on the topic.

"The Soybean Success Seminars are an excellent opportunity to learn what's working for other farmers throughout the state. We've analyzed two years worth of soybean yield contest data and best management practices to share at our regional meetings," says Kevin Scott, a farmer from Valley Springs and South Dakota Soybean Association board member.

Agronomists, industry leaders and yield contest participants will be on hand to answer questions and discuss best practices.

You'll also learn how to increase soybean quality and get the latest news on what's happening with the soybean checkoff, international market development and SDSA.

The meeting schedule is:

Aberdeen – Jan. 31, 10 a.m.-noon, at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel

Watertown – Jan. 31, 4-6 p.m., at the Watertown Events Center.

Yankton – Feb. 1, 10 a.m. -noon, at the Best Western Kelly Inn

Mitchell – Feb. 2, 10 a.m.-noon, at the Highland Conference Center

Sioux Falls –Feb. 2, 4 -6 pm, Best Western Ramkota Hotel.

Seminars are free. Registration is not required. Each seminar will conclude with a free, hot meal.

The Soybean Success Seminars are managed by the South Dakota Soybean Association, and sponsored by the South Dakota Soybean Research & Promotion Council.

For more information, visit www.sdsoybean.org  or call the South Dakota Soybean Office at 605.330.9942.

Source: SD Soybean
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