Oklahoma Sorghum Growers Association to Meet January 11 in EnidWed, 02 Jan 2019 05:29:00 CST
The Oklahoma Sorghum Growers Association will be holding its annual meeting Friday January 11th at the Hoover Building at the fair grounds in Enid. The meeting will start at 11 am and conclude around 2 p.m. “Our meeting coincides with the Enid farm show. It will be a good opportunity for farmers and folks in the agribusiness to attend the meeting, have some lunch, and get to hear a great line up of speakers” said Jordan Shearer Executive Director of the Oklahoma Sorghum Association.
Keynote speakers for the event include Blayne Arthur OK Secretary of Agriculture Nominee, J.D. Strong Director of the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, Joe Neal Hampton Executive Director of the Oklahoma Wheat Growers, Dr. Josh Lofton OSU extension specialists and Dr. Amy Hagerman OSU Ag policy specialist. The slate of speakers will cover a range of topics ranging from the new Farm bill, to programs available to producers, outlook for the State of Oklahoma this coming year, as well as updates on yield variety trials and agronomic advice for the coming year.
“2018 has been a volatile year with trade disputes, some good yields, and some severe weather.” “We are excited with the passage of the new Farm Bill and look forward to being able to learn and start planning for 2019” said Shearer. CEU credit will be available: Please join us for lunch!!
Those interested in attending the meeting are encouraged to RSVP to Jordan Shearer 405.612.2843 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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