High-Yield Strategies from @StollerUSA at #Classic17

Kelly Marshall Agribusiness, Audio, Commodity Classic, StollerUSA

Attendees of this year’s Commodity Classic are here in San Antonio, Texas to learn, and who better to learn from than Stoller‘s panel of top yielding farmers. The Stoller “Break Through Yield Barriers” session not only asked panelists to share about their operations, it also invited the packed crowd to participate by texting answers to poll questions during the discussion.

Dan Arkels of Peru, Illinois, Casey Hook from Lake City, Arkansas, Zack Rendel of Miami, Oklahoma, and Perry Galloway hailing from Gregory, Arkansas got down into the nitty-gritty of what it takes to be a high yielding producer, covering management strategies from crop protection to planters, as well as what it takes to be a good farm wife– tractor included.

The top-notch panel was moderated by ag reporter Ken Root and grower Steven Albrecht, a combination that was well worth the price of admission. You can hear the whole thing right here though, without so much as a plastic name badge: Stoller Break through Yield Barriers Session

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