The South Dakota Soybean Association is holding a series of regional Soybean Success Seminars next week. The sessions focus on methods to help farmers increase soybean yield and quality. During the seminars, agronomists will present best management practices and trends based partly on three years of Yield Contest data collected by the South Dakota Soybean Association.
“I would like to encourage all soybean farmers to come out to one of our regional meetings,” said Paul Casper, soybean farmer from Lake Preston and president of the South Dakota Soybean Association, in comments prepared for a news release. “The Soybean Success Seminars are an excellent opportunity to learn what’s working for other farmers throughout the state, and how you can implement new practices in your own operation.”
South Dakota Soybean will host seminars in Aberdeen on Tuesday, January 29, from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel.
Also on Tuesday there will a session in Watertown, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Watertown Events Center.
On Wednesday, January 30 a session is to be held in Mitchell, from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Highland Conference Center.
On Thursday, January 31, one session is held in Sioux Falls, from 10 a.m. to Noon at the Best Western Ramkota Hotel. Another will be in Yankton, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Best Western Kelly Inn.
The seminars are open to all soybean farmers, and are free to attend. No registration is required and a meal is included.
Best Management Practices
South Dakota Soybean has compiled three years of agronomic data through the Soybean Yield & Quality Contest. Learn what South Dakota’s top soybean farmers are doing to increase yields.
Growing better soybeans involves more than just increasing yields. Bean quality plays a key role when it comes to increasing the value of your soybean crop.
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Agronomists, industry leaders and yield contest participants will be on hand to answer questions and discuss best practices.
There’s more information at sdsoybean.org, or call the South Dakota Soybean Office at 605.330.9942.