Wheat College brought to you by Michigan Wheat Program

Lansing , Michigan
Tuesday, June 25, 2013


Farm Journal Wheat College
Brought to you by Michigan Wheat Program

Tuesday, June 25

MSU Crop and Soil Science Research Farm
4450 Beaumont Road
Lansing, MI 48910



The Michigan Wheat Program is proud to bring you Farm Journal’s Wheat College.

Join us at this event where wheat growers will come away with knowledge and tips to take their yields to the next level and improve profitability. Sessions will be led by wheat expert Ronan Cummins, Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer and MSU researchers. 


A total of 8 credits have been approved for this program in the following categories: Private Core, Commercial Core, or 1A, giving you the flexibility to apply the credits where you need them the most.

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On-site registration is available, but pre-registration is highly recommended.


About Wheat Expert Ronan Cummins
 












Ronan Cummins is an independent crop consultant with 15 years of working for retail/ wholesale agricultural supply companies, including Opti-Crop. Cummins operates under the banner of his company “Agronomy One, LLC”, an independent provider of crop consulting services to the farmers of the Ohio River Valley. Cummins also works closely with wheat expert Phil Needham.

His work and consulting experience has taken him to Russia, Brazil, Germany, Poland and the U.K. Cummins is a Certified Crop Adviser, and he is a keen advocate of no-till farming and precision agriculture methods (using GPS).

Cummins is a native of Drogheda, Ireland. He earned a B.SC. (Hons) degree in Agriculture from Harper Adams University College in Shropshire, England and a M.SC (Hons) degree in Crop Protection.



About Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer
 





Missy Bauer joined the Farm Journal Test Plots in January 2010, and is a key presenter at Farm Journal's Wheat College events (along with Phil Needham). 

Her independent crop consulting business is based in Coldwater, Mich., and she closely works with farmers in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana. Bauer has worked closely with Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie for almost ten years.

She is a graduate of Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in Crop and Soil Sciences and has a master’s from Purdue University in Agronomy.

 

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