25 Essential Reasons To Be In Indy!

The early-January National No-Tillage Conference features 54 no-till experts and 125 hours of non-stop no-till learning guaranteed to provide you with highly valuable cost-cutting cropping ideas.

With plenty of tough cropping decisions to be made before spring, every idea that you can use to no-till more efficiently is definitely worth finding.

That’s why you need to join veteran no-tillers from around the country to hear the latest no-tilling ideas from 54 speakers during the 11th annual National No-Tillage Conference. The dates are January 8 to 11, 2003, at the Westin Indianapolis Hotel in downtown Indianapolis, Ind.

Attending this exciting conference will provide you with plenty of time-tested, practical no-tilling ideas that you can put to immediate use. Some 125 hours of non-stop no-till learning are aimed at providing you with valuable farming ideas in seven general sessions, 18 No-Till Classrooms and 80 No-Till Roundtables. By attending this event, you’ll head home with hundreds of new ways to cut no-till costs and boost profits by $50 or more per acre in 2003!

The emphasis at this conference is always on sharing valuable ideas with other veteran no-tillers from around the country. Besides all of the essential learning found in the sessions, you’ll pick up plenty of money-making ideas from valuable one-on-one networking with no-tillers in the hotel hallways.

Check out these 25 reasons why you should definitely be in Indianapolis in early January for this conference.

  1. You’ll learn how proper soil balance can add 20 bushels of soybeans or 50 bushels of corn per acre to no-till yields during a drought year.
  2. You’ll get the real dirt on no-tillage and the impact that proper management of underground…
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Frank Lessiter

Frank Lessiter has served as editor of No-Till Farmer since the publication was launched in November of 1972. Raised on a six-generation Michigan Centennial Farm, he has spent his entire career in agricultural journalism. Lessiter is a dairy science graduate from Michigan State University.

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