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Event:
Getting it Right Soybean Production Meetings 2017

Soybean producers interested in intensive soybean management should plan to attend one of five ‘Getting it Right in Soybean Production’ meetings scheduled for Lignite, Cando, Bottineau, Washburn, and Napoleon, ND. The Getting it Right in Soybean Production programs and lunches are sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council, which oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The programs are free and open to the public. Preregistration is not necessary.
At the meetings, North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff will discuss past soybean research conducted in North Dakota and the outlook and production issues for 2017.
Thursday January 5th Burke county. Contact Dan Folske. Dan.folske@ndsu.edu
Location: Lignite Community Center, Lignite, ND 9:30am – 3:30pm
Speakers include Dan Folske, Hans Kandel, Sam Markell, Chris Augustin and possibly producer panel.

Date:January 5, 2017
City:Lignite, ND
Contact:
Dan Folske

Phone: +1 (701) 377-2927
E-mail: Dan.folske@ndsu.edu
Event:
Design Your Succession Plan Workshop-Elgin

Succession Planning workshop for farm and ranch families.
Session #1 1/10-11:00 a.m.MT
Session #2 1/13-11:00 a.m.MT
Session #3 1/17-11:00 a.m.MT

Community Center Meeting Room
305 N Main St
Carson, ND

Date:January 10, 2017
City:Carson, ND
Contact:
Katie Wirt

Phone: 701-622-3470
E-mail: katie.wirt@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/succession/events
Event:
Winter Ag Expo

Jamestown Civic Center

Date:January 10 - 11, 2017
City:Jamestown, ND
Contact:
Alicia Harstad

Phone: 701-252-9030
E-mail: alicia.harstad@ndsu.edu
Event:
Commercial Pesticide Recertification Training

Commercial pesticide recertification training for those renewing their certification.
Categories: Ag Pest, Right-of-Way, Seed Treatment, Research & Demo
Core: Ground and Aerial/Ground
Location: Jamestown Civic Center, 212 3rd Ave SW
PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Registration: 7:30am
Training: 8:30am-4:00pm

In conjunction with the Jamestown Ag Show

Date:January 11, 2017
City:Jamestown, ND
Contact:
Andrew Thostenson

Phone: 701-231-8050
Fax: 701-231-5907
E-mail: NDSU.pesticide@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsupesticide.org/
Event:
Commercial Home, Industrial & Institutional Recertification Training

Commercial pesticide recertification training for those renewing their H,I,I certification.
Categories: Home, Industrial & Institutional, Research & Demo
Core: Ground
Location: Fargo, NDSU Loftsgard Hall, Room 380
PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED go to www.ndsupesticide.org
Registration: 8:00am
Training: 8:30am-3:00pm

Date:January 12, 2017
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Andrew Thostenson

Phone: 701-231-8050
Fax: 701-231-5907
E-mail: NDSU.pesticide@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsupesticide.org/
Event:
Crop Insurance Conference

24th Annual Crop Insurance Conference
Location: Hilton Garden Inn, 4351 17th Ave S, Fargo
Program: 8 a.m.
Registration: online at www.ndsu.edu/farmmanagement
Fee: $110

Date:January 16, 2017
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Paulann Haakenson

Phone: 701-231-7393
E-mail: paulann.haakenson@ndsu.edu
Event:
Design Your Succession Plan Workshop-Elgin

Succession Planning workshop for farm and ranch families.
Session #1 1/10-11:00 a.m.MT
Session #2 1/13-11:00 a.m.MT
Session #3 1/17-11:00 a.m.MT

Community Center Meeting Room
305 N Main St
Elgin, ND

Date:January 17, 2017
City:Elgin, ND
Contact:
Katie Wirt

Phone: 701-622-3470
E-mail: katie.wirt@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/succession/events
Event:
Cattle Market Analysis & Outlook

Sponsored by the North Central Beef Marketing Club. Dr. Derrell Peel of Oklahoma State University will share ideas on how trade issues, and supply-demand fundamentals will factor into prices and share his outlook for the coming year. The future of the North Central Beef Marketing Club will also be discussed.

Tuesday, January 17, 2017
3:00 pm

North Central Research Extension Center
5400 Hwy 83 S, Minot

Date:January 17, 2017
City:Minot, ND
Contact:
Paige Brummund

Phone: 701.857.6444
Fax: 701.857.6454
E-mail: paige.f.brummund@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/wardcountyextension
Event:
Building Strong and Effective Extension Programs (Phase 2 Orientation)

Becoming an effective Extension agent/specialist requires one to provide relevant programs that meet the needs of your clients. This workshop will offer insight regarding character traits of a successful Extension agent/specialist, methods to gather citizen input, outline the program planning team process, share effective evaluations, and describe tips for writing relevant Impact Reports. In addition, you will learn skills to strengthen teamwork, manage conflict, and improve communications in the office.

Date:January 18 - 20, 2017
City:Fargo, ND, ND
Contact:
Kris Holt

Phone: 701-231-9688
Fax: 701-231-5045
E-mail: kris.holt@ndsu.edu
Event:
Adams County Beef Day

Adams County Beef Day will be held on January 19, 2017 at the Hettinger Research Extension Center. The program will run from 4:15pm-8pm. There will be a registration fee of $20.00.
Speakers & topics:
“Tools to Build Your Cow Herd”- John Paterson
“Total Stockmanship”- Curt Pate
“Programing Your Cow Herd”- Janna Kincheloe

Date:January 19, 2017
City:Hettinger, ND
Contact:
Julie Kramlich

Phone: 701-567-2735
E-mail: julie.kramlich@ndsu.edu
Event:
Getting it Right Soybean Production Meetings 2017

Soybean producers interested in intensive soybean management should plan to attend one of five ‘Getting it Right in Soybean Production’ meetings scheduled for Lignite, Cando, Bottineau, Washburn, and Napoleon, ND. The Getting it Right in Soybean Production programs and lunches are sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council, which oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The programs are free and open to the public. Preregistration is not necessary.
At the meetings, North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff will discuss past soybean research conducted in North Dakota and the outlook and production issues for 2017.

Tuesday January 24. Target counties: Towner, Cavalier, Ramsey, Benson, Pierce, Rolette.

Location: Masonic Lodge meeting hall, Cando. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Speakers:

Participating Extension agent: Lindy Berg, will be the hosts and provide local production and crop updates.

Hans Kandel, Extension Agronomist, will provide information on variety selection, and the latest information on various production issues such as the importance of good root nodulation, fertility issues and water management.

Greg Endres, NDSU area Extension specialist/cropping systems, will discuss intensive soybean management, no till and strip till versus conventional till, planting dates, plant populations and row spacing, different soybean special inputs on the market and weed management issues.

Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension entomologist, will discuss how to manage various insect pests, including spider mites and soybean aphids.

Date:January 24, 2017
City:Cando, ND
Contact:
Lindy Berg

Phone: +1 (701) 968-4362
E-mail: lindy.l.berg@ndsu.edu
Event:
Getting it Right Soybean Production Meetings 2017

Soybean producers interested in intensive soybean management should plan to attend a ‘Getting it Right in Soybean Production’ meetings scheduled for Cando, Bottineau, Washburn, and Napoleon, ND. The Getting it Right in Soybean Production programs and lunches are sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council, which oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The programs are free and open to the public. Preregistration is not necessary.
At the meetings, North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff will discuss past soybean research conducted in North Dakota and the outlook and production issues for 2017.

Wednesday January 25 Target counties: Bottineau, Rolette, Pierce, McHenry, Renville, Ward. Contac Sara Clemens (sara.clemens@ndsu.edu).
Location Cobblestone Inn in Bottineau The address for the Cobblestone Inn is 1109 11th Street East Bottineau, ND 58318. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Speakers:
Participating Extension agent, Sara Clemens, will be the hosts and provide local production and crop updates.

Hans Kandel, Extension Agronomist, will provide information on variety selection, and the latest information on various production issues such as the importance of good root nodulation, fertility issues and water management.

Greg Endres, NDSU area Extension specialist/cropping systems, will discuss intensive soybean management, no till and strip till versus conventional till, planting dates, plant populations and row spacing, different soybean special inputs on the market and weed management issues.

Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension entomologist, will discuss how to manage various insect pests, including spider mites and soybean aphids.

Date:January 25, 2017
City:Bottineau , ND
Contact:
Sara Clemens

Phone: +1 (701) 228-2253
E-mail: sara.clemens@ndsu.edu
Event:
Getting it Right Soybean Production Meetings 2017

Soybean producers interested in intensive soybean management should plan to attend one of the ‘Getting it Right in Soybean Production’ meetings scheduled for Cando, Bottineau, Washburn, and Napoleon, ND. The Getting it Right in Soybean Production programs and lunches are sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council, which oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The programs are free and open to the public. Preregistration is not necessary.
At the meetings, North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff will discuss past soybean research conducted in North Dakota and the outlook and production issues for 2017.

Thursday January 26 (Mclean, Sheridan, Mercer, Oliver, Burleigh counties); Contact Calla Jarboe calandria.jarboe@ndsu.edu
Meeting place Basement of the Memorial Hall in Washburn. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Directions: From the North on Highway 83.
Turn Right onto 1806/Alternate 200. Take the Second Left onto Main Ave. Continue on Main Ave for ¾ of a mile. Memorial Hall is on your Right. Parking is on the South Side of the building.

From the South on Highway 83-
Turn Left on Main Ave (First turn into Washburn. Right after the speed limit change) Continue on Main Ave for just over ¾ of a mile. The Memorial Hall will be on your Left. Park on the South side of the Building.

Speakers:
Participating Extension agent, Calla Jarboe, will be the hosts and provide local production and crop updates.

Sam Markell, NDSU Extension pathologist, will provide an update on the disease outlook for 2017 and field research results conducted in 2016. Two important topics covered will be an update on soybean cyst nematodes and how to manage soybean diseases.

Hans Kandel, Extension Agronomist, will provide information on variety selection, and the latest information on various production issues such as the importance of good root nodulation, fertility issues and water management.

Greg Endres, NDSU area Extension specialist/cropping systems, will discuss intensive soybean management, no till and strip till versus conventional till, planting dates, plant populations and row spacing, different soybean special inputs on the market and weed management issues.

Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension entomologist, will discuss how to manage various insect pests, including spider mites and soybean aphids.

Date:January 26, 2017
City:Washburn, ND
Contact:
Calla Jarboe

Phone: +1 (701) 462-8541
E-mail: calandria.jarboe@ndsu.edu
Event:
Corn Economics Workshop

NDSU’s Corn Economic Workshop is a one-day program that will help farmers make corn production and marketing decisions in 2017.
The program will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Bismarck State College and will be delivered by Frayne Olson, Crops Economist, and David Ripplinger, Bioenergy Specialist
Registration is free but preregistration is requested at www.ag.ndsu.edu/farmmanagement

Date:January 26, 2017
City:Bismarck, ND
Contact:
David Ripplinger

Phone: 701-231-5265
E-mail: david.ripplinger@ndsu.edu
Event:
Getting it Right Soybean Production Meetings 2017

Soybean producers interested in intensive soybean management should plan to attend one of the ‘Getting it Right in Soybean Production’ meetings scheduled for Lignite, Cando, Bottineau, Washburn, and Napoleon, ND. The Getting it Right in Soybean Production programs and lunches are sponsored by the North Dakota Soybean Council, which oversees promotion, research and marketing programs funded by soybean checkoff dollars. The programs are free and open to the public. Preregistration is not necessary.
At the meetings, North Dakota State University Extension Service faculty and staff will discuss past soybean research conducted in North Dakota and the outlook and production issues for 2017.
Friday January 27 Napoleon (Logan, Kidder, Burleigh, Emmons, McIntosh, Stutsman Counties). Contact Sheldon Gerhardt sheldon.gerhardt@ndsu.edu
Downtowner Banquet Room in Napoleon. From 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Address is Downtowner Banquet Room 310 Main
Napoleon, ND 58561
Speakers:
Participating Extension agent, Sheldon Gerhardt, will be the hosts and provide local production and crop updates.

Sam Markell, NDSU Extension pathologist, will provide an update on the disease outlook for 2017 and field research results conducted in 2016. Two important topics covered will be an update on soybean cyst nematodes and how to manage soybean diseases.

Hans Kandel, Extension Agronomist, will provide information on variety selection, and the latest information on various production issues such as the importance of good root nodulation, fertility issues and water management.

Greg Endres, NDSU area Extension specialist/cropping systems, will discuss intensive soybean management, no till and strip till versus conventional till, planting dates, plant populations and row spacing, different soybean special inputs on the market and weed management issues.

Janet Knodel, NDSU Extension entomologist, will discuss how to manage various insect pests, including spider mites and soybean aphids.

Date:January 27, 2017
City:Napoleon, ND
Contact:
Sheldon Gerhardt

Phone: +1 (701) 754-2504
E-mail: sheldon.gerhardt@ndsu.edu
Event:
Corn Economics Workshop

NDSU’s Corn Economic Workshop is a one-day program that will help farmers make corn production and marketing decisions in 2017.
The program will be held 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at ND Farmers Union and will be delivered by Frayne Olson, Crops Economist, and David Ripplinger, Bioenergy Specialist
Registration is free but preregistration is requested at www.ag.ndsu.edu/farmmanagement

Date:January 27, 2017
City:Jamestown, ND
Contact:
David Ripplinger

Phone: 701-231-5265
E-mail: david.ripplinger@ndsu.edu
Event:
Boundaries Jr.

Families of third through sixth grade students can learn effective ways to avoid conflict.

Monday evenings 6:30-8 p.m.

Date:January 30, 2017
City:Beulah, ND
Contact:
Dena Kemmet

Phone: 701-873-5195
E-mail: dena.kemmet@ndsu.edu
Event:
Commercial Greenhouse and Ornamental & Turf Recertification Training

Commercial Greenhouse and Ornamental & Turf recertification training for those renewing their certification.
Categories: Greenhouse, Ornamental & Turf, Research & Demo
Core: Ground
Location: Fargodome, 1800 N University Dr, Fargo
PREREGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Registration: 7:30am
Training: 8:30am-4:00pm

Date:January 31, 2017
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Andrew Thostenson

Phone: 701-231-8050
Fax: 701-231-5907
E-mail: NDSU.pesticide@ndsu.edu
Web site: http://www.ndsupesticide.org/
Event:
Best of the Best in Wheat and Soybean Production

Tuesday January 31, Courtyard, Moorhead and Wednesday February 1 Alerus Grand Forks.
These meetings will review recent research findings on issues that impact wheat and soybeans production in the region. Topics include wheat production issues, managing SCN in soybeans, soybean research update, market overview, and how to manage weeds. Hands-on demonstrations are planned at both locations.
These hands-on demonstrations always are popular because participants get a chance to interact with the presenters and see and touch what is being described.
These meetings are sponsored by the Minnesota and North Dakota wheat and soybean growers and checkoff organizations, in conjunction with the University of Minnesota and NDSU Extension Services.

Date:January 31, 2017
City:Moorhead, MN
Contact:
Hans Kandel

Phone: 7012318135
E-mail: hans.kandel@ndsu.edu
Event:
Northwest Farm Managers Meeting

Location: Fargo Holiday Inn
Registration: 8 a.m.
Program: 9 a.m.
Fee: $75
Speakers:

“Fine Tune Your Financial Management”
Dale Nordquist, Center for Farm Financial Management, University of Minnesota

“Farmer/Lender Relationship—How to Adjust for Adversity”
Greg Goodman, Chief Credit Officer, Choice Financial Group

“Real-World Flex Rent Strategies”
Nick Horab, Founder, Harvest Profit, Inc., Fargo, ND

“Turning Your Data Into Actionable Information”
Dan Hawkins, Senior Account Executive, Farmers Business Network

“Adding Mozambique to Your Rotation”
Wallie Hardie, Corn Farmer, Fairmount, ND

“The Good, the Bad and the Ugly: 2017 Market Outlook”
Randy Martinson, Martinson Ag Risk Management, Fargo, ND

Date:February 1, 2017
City:Fargo, ND
Contact:
Paulann Haakenson

Phone: 701-231-7393
E-mail: paulann.haakenson@ndsu.edu
Event:
Best of the Best in Wheat and Soybean Production

Wednesday February 1, Alerus Grand Forks and Tuesday January 31, Courtyard, Moorhead.
These meetings will review recent research findings on issues that impact wheat and soybeans production in the region. Topics include nitrogen managment in wheat, managing SCN in soybeans, soybean research update, market overview, and how to manage weeds. Hands-on demonstrations are planned at both locations.
These hands-on demonstrations always are popular because participants get a chance to interact with the presenters and see and touch what is being described.
These meetings are sponsored by the Minnesota and North Dakota wheat and soybean growers and checkoff organizations, in conjunction with the University of Minnesota and NDSU Extension Services.

Date:February 1, 2017
City:Grand Forks, ND
Contact:
Hans Kandel

Phone: 7012318135
E-mail: hans.kandel@ndsu.edu