Precision Ag Conference to Feature Latest Technologies

Precision Ag Conference to Feature Latest Technologies

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The Nebraska Agricultural Technology Association (NEATA) Conference Jan. 31 in Kearney will cover the latest technological developments in precision agriculture.

Learn about the latest developments in precision agriculture technologies January 31 at the Nebraska Agricultural Technology Association (NEATA) Conference. The group’s annual meeting and agriculture industry conference will be held at the Kearney Holiday Inn and Conference Center in Kearney.

Conference topics will include precision economics, nutrient and water management, data collection, and precision equipment. Featured guest speakers include Brian Arnall, precision nutrient management extension specialist, Oklahoma State University; Jim Smith, executive director, Blueprint Nebraska; and Cathy Anderson, chief specialist, Nebraska State Farm Services Agency Office. Attendees will also be able to choose from 10 breakout offerings.

The conference will be held from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. To view the conference program and register, visit The fee is $175 when pre-registering and $195 the day of the conference. Students may register for $25.


Founded in 2000, NEATA is a collaboration among farmers, the ag industry, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The organization has sponsored an annual meeting and conference since 2001 to discuss the latest in agricultural technologies and their applications.

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