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Even if you wanted to, there would be no way to accurately measure the amounts of knowledge and information offered at the National No-Tillage Conference. 750 veteran no-tillers from all across the nation, Canada and even Australia will be gathering on January 12 to 15 in Des Moines, Iowa, to network, share ideas and learn from each other for 149 of the most intensive hours of no-till learning in the world.
But that’s not all.
We are pleased to announce that this year, the conference is expanding the number of valuable prizes offered to four lucky no-tillers. These prizes are so good, even we can’t believe we’re just going to be giving them away. Nevertheless, here they are:
Once again, Chuck Fulk of Fulk Agri Services in Platte City, Mo., will present a Computroll II unit to one lucky North American attendee for use on up to a 24-row no-till planter for the 2000 planting season. Valued at $7,500, the unit can be programmed for five different seeding readouts in the tractor cab. In addition, Fulk Agri Services will calibrate the winner’s no-till planter to optimize monitoring unit performance.
While it may be the eighth time the National No-Tillage Conference has given away a year’s registration to a lucky attendee, this is the first year we are offering FREE hotel’s stay during the event. Held in Cincinnati, Ohio, the 2001 conference prize will…
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