Precision Ag Featured at Nebraska Ag Technology Conference Feb. 5-6

Precision Ag Featured at Nebraska Ag Technology Conference Feb. 5-6

January 31, 2013

Education and industry sessions at the Nebraska Agricultural Technology Association (NEATA) Conference can help you get the most from your precision agriculture investment. The conference will be Feb. 5-6 at the Midtown Holiday Inn Conference Center in Grand Island.

Images reflecting various precision agriculture technologiesA variable-rate technology symposium on Feb. 5 will feature speakers from Lindsay, Veris, CropMetrics, Monsanto, South Dakota State University, and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

The main conference will begin on Feb. 6 with feature keynote speakers Daryl Starr of Advanced Ag Solutions and Chris Neale of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Daugherty Water for Food Institute. Concurent sessions throughout the day will feature topics related to state of the art agricultural technologies. There also will be a session on the Broadband Initiative in Nebraska.

Registration is available online at for either or both days. Questions can be directed to Joe Luck, (402-472-1488; at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

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