Events

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Year  
January

17

All day event
Peoria Civic Center 201 SW Jefferson Ave, Peoria IL 61602 US
The 2017 IFCA Annual Convention is January 17- 19 , 2017 at the Peoria Civic Center.

25

Gordyville 2205 CR 3000 N, Gifford IL 61847 US
With over 175 exhibitors, the show is to promote the farm, industrial, outdoor power equipment, dairy and farmstead mechanization industry and to provide services.

February

3

7:00am - 4:00pm
Thelma Keller Convention Center 1202 N Keller Drive, Effingham IL 62401 US
If you grow soybeans—and especially if you want bigger yields and better profits—you need to attend the 2017 ILSoyAdvisor.com Soybean Summits.
 
Funded in part by the Illinois Soybean Association checkoff program, these one-day summits provide a fantastic lineup of expert speakers sharing the latest tools and technology along with actionable recommendations to boost your yields and improve your bottom line. 
  • Latest on the cutting edge in soybean management 
  • Staying profitable under tight margins 
  • New tools for tough weeds 
  • Fertility, nutrient management and water quality 
  • The future of sulfur management 
  • Double crop soybeans 
  • And much more 
Register online or call 888-826-4011.

16

7:00am - 4:00pm
If you grow soybeans—and especially if you want bigger yields and better profits—you need to attend the 2017 ILSoyAdvisor.com Soybean Summits.
 
Funded in part by the Illinois Soybean Association checkoff program, these one-day summits provide a fantastic lineup of expert speakers sharing the latest tools and technology along with actionable recommendations to boost your yields and improve your bottom line.
  • Latest on the cutting edge in soybean management
  • Staying profitable under tight margins
  • New tools for tough weeds
  • Fertility, nutrient management and water quality
  • The future of sulfur management
  • Double crop soybeans
  • And much more
Register online or call 888-826-4011.

August

11

Dakin Brothers Farms Inc 130 20th St., Roseville IL 61473 US
MACOMB, IL — "Capturing the Benefits of Biodiversity in Agriculture” is the theme of Western Illinois University’s 2017 Allison Organic Research and Demonstration Farm Field Day, slated for Friday, Aug. 11. According to WIU School of Agriculture Associate Professor Joel Gruver, the daylong event will feature presentations in the morning and field tours and equipment demonstrations in the afternoon. The presentations will begin at 9 a.m. in the Dakin Farm shop - 0.7 miles south of the Allison/WIU Organic Research Farm in southwest Warren County (directions listed below). A complimentary lunch, featuring local farm products, will be served at noon.