The $5 million donation from AGCO will construct a new 25,000 sq.-ft. state-of-the-art training center, which will house a new AGCO Agriculture Service Technician Associate in Applied Science (AAS) degree program.
The academy is led by Purdue University’s Center for Food and Agricultural Business in partnership with the Agricultural Retailers Association and the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
In March, ARA members are invited to participate in the annual legislative fly-in event–an opportunity for ag retailers to tell their stories firsthand to members of Congress and policymakers in the administration.
This is the premier event for farm managers and rural appraisers in America, and it will feature specialized education, discussion sessions and networking opportunities for rural property professionals.
The Agricultural Retailers Association (ARA) has picked up a lot of its face-to-face activities, and like so many of you, we at ARA are grateful to have some things feeling more and more like business as usual
The 2021 season is not over yet, but NAICC is already looking forward to 2022. The year’s first and most exciting event is the 2022 NAICC Annual Meeting and Ag Pro Expo, Jan. 24-28 in Orlando, Florida.
The CCA Conservationist of the Year Award recognizes a certified crop adviser who delivers exceptional advice and results, is highly innovative, is a leader, and contributes to the exchange of conservation ideas
The 2021 Farm Journal Corn and Soybean College kicks off this week and will take a deep dive into everything from cover crops and nutrient management and regulation, to create an environment for high-yield soybeans.
The frigid air that blew through the northern Corn Belt last weekend left its mark on corn and soybean fields. From burnt leaf tissue to blotchy, curled leaves, Missy Bauer shares these tips to evaluate frost damage.