ACPC Hosting 3 Valuable Events in Alberta early 2015

January 6, 2015

The Alberta Canola Producers Commission is kicking off 2015 by offering 3 innovative events to Alberta farmers. Each of the three events focus on a different aspect of profitability including: agronomy, marketing, and management.  Registration for all of these informational and educational events can be found at www.albertacanola.com

HedgingEdge – Marketing

Hedging Prairie Crops – A program designed for Western Canadian farmers
A focused and relevant training and strategy support program designed specifically for Prairie farms. You will learn from experts how futures and options relate to local cash prices for western Canadian crops. This program is extremely effective at turning farmers into hedgers and getting their business’s price risks under control. Visit the link below fro details and registration.

*These marketing sessions are in collaboration with the Alberta Wheat Commission (www.albertawheat.com)

canoLAB – Agronomy

Join leading researchers and agronomists for a day of indoor hands-on diagnostics and training
The one-day interactive workshop — with real plants, real insects and real diseases — gives growers and agronomists the opportunity to learn from a team of experts how to recognize, diagnose and manage canola production issues.  Visit the link below fro details and registration.

Leading Edge – Management

Is your Farm Management on the Leading Edge?
Risk Management will be the focus for the 2015 Leading Edge series. Keynote speaker Danny Klinefelter from Texas A&M University is joined by Alberta farm management consultants Merle Good, Dean Gallimore, Joel Bokenfohr and Brian Wittal.  Visit the link below fro details and registration.


For more information about the events contact: 
Rick Taillieu
Grower Relations and Extension Coordinator
[email protected]
780.678.6167

Media are invited to participate, but must request accreditation in advance through:
Megan Madden
[email protected]
780.686.8807

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