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Upcoming Bourgault and New Holland Seeding Clinics

Upcoming Bourgault and New Holland Seeding Clinics

 

2018 Seeding Clinics

Saskatoon, SK – Moody’s Equipment LP would like to invite you to attend one of our upcoming seeding clinics this spring. Bourgault and/or New Holland seeding clinics will be held at all branches, with factory reps in attendance. Contact your nearest Moody’s location for further details.


On March 8, 2018, Kevin Hursh will be presenting at the Bourgault seeding clinic taking place at Moody’s Equipment in Saskatoon.

Kevin Hursh is one of the best known and most widely quoted agricultural journalists in Canada. He is also an agrologist and farmer. Kevin and his wife, Marlene, run Hursh Consulting & Communications based in Saskatoon. Kevin writes a weekly newspaper column for The Western Producer, and serves as editor for the bi-monthly magazine AgriSuccess, published by Farm Credit Canada. Kevin also serves as executive director of the Saskatchewan Mustard Development Commission, the Canary seed Development Commission of Saskatchewan and the Inland Terminal Association of Canada. Kevin and Marlene own and operate a grain farm in southwestern Saskatchewan growing a wide array of crops.


On April 5th & 6th, 2018, Craig Shand will be presenting at the New Holland seeding clinics taking place at Moody’s Equipment in Olds and High River, AB, respectively. Craig Shand (P.Ag, CCA) grew up on and co-operates a mixed farm operation near Cremona, AB, where he currently resides with his family. Graduating from the Faculty of Agriculture at the University of Alberta in 1995, Craig has since enjoyed a rewarding career as an agronomist working with farmers all over the province of Alberta. Craig is the senior agronomist and owner of Chinook Agronomics Inc.; consulting with farm clients to challenge yield barriers by integrating technology with high yield agronomy tactics, ultimately increasing his client’s profitability.

The economics of farming continue to be challenging as input and equipment costs continue to escalate. Learn how to get the most out of your input and equipment/technology investment using agronomic best management practices, and measure those investment returns using precision agriculture tools.


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