Powerful Lineup of Seminars Announced For 2015 Iowa Power Farming Show

The power of knowledge will be at full force for the upcoming Iowa Power
Farming Show, with 16 educational seminars including a noteworthy “Soil Health” workshop scheduled to take
place over the three days the show runs in early February. Sharing their wisdom will be agriculture and financial
experts, as well as precision ag technology pros from some of the top companies in the field.

“Growers come to the Iowa Power Farming Show to learn. Sure, they want to see big iron and revolutionary
precision ag products, which they of course will. But they’ll also have numerous opportunities to attend educational
seminars and gain insights into how to make better financial, agronomic and equipment decisions for their
farms,” says show Co-Director, Tom Junge.

It all starts Tuesday, February 2nd, with seminars “Farm Succession Strategies: By Design, Not by Default,”
“Unmanned Aerial System – The Dawn of Commercialization,” “Sulfur Deficiency in the Upper Midwest,”
“Family Farm & Ranch Issue – What Does Your Legacy Plan Look Like?,” “Alternative Investing Ideas,” and
“Successfull & Effective Transitions: What it takes.”

Sessions scheduled for Wednesday, February 3rd, include “Farm Succession Strategies: By Design, Not by
Default,” “Using UAVs to our Advantage in Agriculture,” “Sulfur Deficiency in the Upper Midwest,” “Family
Farm & Ranch Issue – What Does Your Legacy Plan Look Like?,” “A Case for Being PREPARED: A Farmer’s
Perspective,” and “Retirement and Estate Planning for Farmers.”

Sessions conclude Thursday, February 4th, with “Using UAVs to our Advantage in Agriculture,” “A Case for
Being PREPARED: A Farmer’s Perspective,” “Sulfur Deficiency in the Upper Midwest,” and “CropBioLife-New
Technology for Exceptional Plant Health.”

In addition, the show will also include a special workshop for farmers who want to build their soil and make
water cleaner. The workshop, called “Building Farmer Wealth with Soil Health”, is comprised of one hour
sessions throughout each show day, and will run the length of the show in the lower level of HyVee Hall. It will
feature experienced farmers who have learned how to build organic matter, get better water infiltration, make
higher use of nutrients by crops, integrate cover crops into the farm operation, and other ways of farming that
benefit both the farmer and the environment.
The Iowa Power Farming Show, the third largest indoor farm show in the U.S., runs from February 3-5, 2015, at
the Iowa Events Center in Des Moines, Iowa. For a detailed listing of the seminars scheduled to take place at the
2015 Iowa Power Farming Show, please visit www.iowapowershow.com

For More Information Contact: 

Tom Junge, Show Director
Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association, 515-223-5119
Cindy Feldman, Marketing Director
Iowa-Nebraska Equipment Dealers Association, 515-223-5119
 
 

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