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Permalink Practical Farmers of Iowa Announces 2017 Fall Farminar Series

Practical Farmers of Iowa has announced the schedule for its fall webinar series. Webinars are offered each Tuesday evening, beginning November 14 and continuing through the end of the year. The popular webinar series offers practical knowledge for row crop, livestock, and fruit and vegetable farmers and is free for anyone with an internet connection to participate. Each farminar focuses on a unique production or business management topic. All presentations are led by an experienced farmer or subject-matter expert, and attendees are able to ask questions in real time using a chatbox while they listen and watch a slideshow. Topics this season include farm transition, managing a profitable marketing mix for fruit and vegetable growers, terminating cover crops using a roller-crimper, growing specialty cut flowers, and integrating cattle to make cover crops profitable.

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