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A one-day profit-briefing conference by the Professional Farmers of America is being brought to Holyoke Tuesday, Dec. 13 from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Phillips County Event Center.
Pro Farmer editors and industry experts will share what lies ahead for land prices, farm policy, commodities, the economy, world trade, technology, etc.    Pro Farmer’s mission statement is “to give customers a competitive edge in marketing and financial management through timely delivery and accurate analysis of market-sensitive news and views.”
And to provide members with the news, information and analysis that allows them to make an educated and informed marketing decision on their own.
Leading Tuesday’s conference are Brian Grete, Pro Farmer’s senior market analyst, editor of Pro Farmer Today and editor of Hot Trades; Jim Wiesemeyer, Pro Farmer Washington consultant; and Mike Walsten, editor of LandOwner newsletter.
Sponsors of the conference will be sharing updates on new technology and products, as well.
Pioneer will be represented by Northeast Colorado agronomist Mike McFarland and area Pioneer manager Jeremy Dirks.
Registrations are still being accepted. Contact a local Pioneer sales agency or call 800-772-0023.
Coffee and rolls will be served when the doors open at 8 a.m. Lunch is included in the seminar as well.