The Canola Industry Meeting is December 8 at the Hilton Garden Inn in Saskatoon. Click here for more information and to register.
Manitoba Agronomists’ Conference is December 14-15 at the University of Manitoba. Click here for more information and to register. The conference will also be webcast live through www.cerebralfocus.com/mac.
Combine Performance Clinic is January 11 and 13 at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon. Choose one day. The clinic runs 8:00 am to noon. Les Hill from PAMI and reps from five combine companies will provide tips on how to reduce combine losses. The $50 fee includes lunch and a free pass to Crop Production Week. For more information and the registration form, visit cropproductiononline.com, call 306-931-7149 or email email@example.com
SaskCanola’s Crop Week Producer Conference and AGM is Wednesday, January 12 at the Saskatoon Inn. Please pre-register by noon on January 7. Click here for the registration page.
Manitoba Ag Days is January 18-20 at the Keystone Centre in Brandon. Click here for more information. Manitoba Canola Growers Association will hold its AgDays meeting the morning of January 18.
Alberta’s Agronomy Update 2011 is January 18-19 in Lethbridge. Troy Prosofsky, Clint Jurke and Denise Maurice, all from the Canola Council of Canada, will make presentations. Click here for more information and to register.
FarmTech 2011 is January 26-28 at the Maryfield Inn & Suites in Edmonton. Canola Council of Canada president JoAnne Buth and CCC agronomy specialist Doug Moisey are on the agenda, and Alberta Canola Producers Commission will hold its AGM January 26. Register by January 7 to get the early bird rate. Call 1-866-327-6832 or click here for more information.