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Earn CCA Credits by Attending Tools of the Future

Jordan Anderson 05/29/2014 @ 3:18pm Digital Content Editor for Successful Farming magazine and Agriculture.com

Explore the newest, state-of-the-art agricultural tools that will make farmers more profitable in the field—including demonstrations and hands-on exhibitions on UAVs (drones) in action, wearable technology (including Google Glass), crop sensors, compaction-reducing equipment, data collection and management, and more tools you can expect to see on the farm in the near future. 

Certified Crop Advisers can earn up to four continuing education credits by attending the tour sessions. To sweeten the deal, Successful Farming will waive the registration fee for CCAs who bring three farmers to the event. Register yourself and farmers today at agriculture.com/toolsofthefuture!  

The registration fee is $35 per person for four sessions; lunch is included. Sessions begin at 9:30 a.m. and conclude at 4:00 p.m. The Tools of the Future Tour includes three stops with identical one-day symposiums at the following locations: June 12 in Urbandale, Iowa; June 17 in Bloomington, Ill.; and June 19 in West Lafayette, Ind.

For more information, visit agriculture.com/toolsofthefuture or email Harold.Reetz@ReetzAgronomics.com. 

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