Small Grains Update Workshop: Slayton

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Join the morning crops program from 9:00 am – 12:15 pm with lunch following. Contact Murray Co. Extension Office at 507-836-6927, please register by February 20 for meal count.

Small Grains Update Workshop: Rochester

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Contact Ryan Miller at 507-280-2863.

Small Grains Update Workshop: Grand Rapids

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Lunch starts at noon. Contact Jochum Wiersma at 218-281-8629, please register by February 23 for meal count.

Small Grains Update Workshop: Benson

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Lunch follows the meeting. Contact Scott Lee at 320-760-6129, please register by February 22 for meal count.

Small Grains Update Workshop: Slayton

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Venue: 4H Building, Slayton, Minnesota.

Small Grains Update Workshop: Cold Spring

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Lunch follows the meeting. Contact Joe Krippner at 320-980-2915, please register by February 19 for meal count.

Small Grains Update Workshop: Morris

If you’re a farmer or crop consultant already producing small grains or are looking for another crop to add to your rotation, these small grains management workshops are for you. The UMN Extension will offer workshops at several regional locations in January and February. The focus will be on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics. Time will be reserved to answer your production questions.

Small Grain Workshops Scheduled Throughout Minnesota

University of Minnesota Extension is offering small grain workshops across Minnesota in February to address successful small grain management. Workshops will focus on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics, and will include an open-forum discussion for related topics and on-farm experiences. These events are sponsored by the Minnesota Wheat Research and Promotion Council.

Presenters may vary by location, but all will include Jochum Wiersma, University of Minnesota Extension Small Grain Specialist. Le Center and Slayton workshops will also include Diane Dewitte, University of Minnesota Extension Swine Educator who will discuss research involving organic rye and hog production.

To register for free online, visit z.umn.edu/GrainUpdate or call the local contacts at the workshop you wish to attend. Registration is important for accurate meal count at sites having lunch.

Dates, Locations, Times and Contacts are as follows:

Monday, February 20: Rochester. Rochester Extension Office, 140 Elton Hills Lane NW, Rochester, MN 55901. 1:00 pm–3:30 pm, no lunch. (Contact Nathan Drewitz at 507-258-8775.)

Tuesday, February 21: Le Center. 4H Family Center, Le Sueur County Fairgrounds, 320 S Plut Ave, Le Center, MN 56057. 9:00–11:30 a.m., with lunch after meeting. (Contact Shane Bugeja at 507-357-8232. Please register by February 19 for meal count.)

Wednesday, February 22: Cold Spring. Great Blue Heron, 305 5th Ave S, Cold Spring, MN 56320. 9:00–11:30 a.m., with lunch after meeting. (Contact Joe Krippner at 320-980-2915. Please register by February 20 for meal count.)

Thursday, February 23: Slayton. Murray County 4H-Building, 3048 Broadway Ave, Slayton, MN 56172. 1:00–4:30 p.m. Join the morning crops program from 9:00 a.m.–12:15 p.m. with lunch after. (Contact Murray Co. Extension Office at 507-836-6927. Please register by February 21 for meal count.)

Friday, February 24: Benson. McKinney’s on Southside, 300 14th St S, Benson, MN 56215. 10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m. and includes lunch. (Contact Scott Lee at 320-760-6129. Please register by February 22 for meal count.)


Small Grains Workshop—Benson

University of Minnesota Extension offers this workshop to address successful small grain management. Workshops will focus on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics, and will include an open-forum discussion for related topics and on-farm experiences.

Among the presenters is Jochum Wiersma, University of Minnesota Extension Small Grain Specialist.

Contact Scott Lee at 320-760-6129. Please register by Feb 22 for meal count.

 

Small Grains Workshop—Slayton

University of Minnesota Extension offers this workshop to address successful small grain management. The workshop will focus on production agronomics, variety selection, and economics, and will include an open-forum discussion for related topics and on-farm experiences.

Among the presenters is Jochum Wiersma, University of Minnesota Extension Small Grain Specialist. Also, Diane Dewitte, University of Minnesota Extension Swine Educator who will discuss research involving organic rye and hog production.

Contact Murray Co. Extension Office at 507-836-6927. Please register by Feb 21 for meal count.