StollerUSA welcomes attendees to the 2013 Commodity Classic and the Progressive Grower Roundtable Learning Session. StollerUSA is sponsoring this unique roundtable event featuring four progressive yield contest growers from across the nation as they share their successes and struggles.
Agricultural reporter Ken Root will moderate the event opening morning of Commodity Classic on Thursday, February 28. The panel features four well-known growers:
- Kip Cullers, World Record Holder with 160.6 bu/acre soybeans from Stark City, MO.
- Dave Hula, National Yield Contest Winner with 429 bu/acre corn from Charles City, VA.
- Steven Albracht, yield contest producer of corn, soybeans, wheat, milo and cotton from Hart, TX.
- Bob Little, yield contest winner and certified crop agronomist from Hebron, IN.
This roundtable discussion features an open forum where these state, national and world yield contestants will focus on their strategy and approach to growing high-yielding and profitable row crops, with each panelist briefly outlining their most critical challenges and how they address them. Attendees will be able to ask questions and enter the discussion during the Q&A session.
After the Learning Session is complete StollerUSA will host these and several other progressive growers at their booth, #1109, for Ask the Grower interview sessions. Growers nationwide will openly discuss their yield contest management practices and how they maximize yields each year. High profile farmers from AR, IA, IL, IN, KS, MN, MO, TX, VA and WI share how they benefit from the use of Stoller technology. StollerUSA’s technical team will be on hand to answer questions about specific products, applications and growing conditions.
“StollerUSA is excited to sponsor this one-of-a-kind roundtable event where prominent growers can share their stories firsthand with Commodity Classic attendees,” explains StollerUSA Marketing Director Jeff Morgan. “Each year at Commodity Classic we see new growers looking to existing StollerUSA customers for innovative ideas to push the yield barrier and what better way to inspire yield contest growers than providing the opportunity for them to hear directly from progressive, record-setting growers like Cullers, Hula, Albracht and Little.”