Schedule now available for Alfalfa U in Dodge City, Kansas

DODGE CITY, KS—Alfalfa growers have very unique challenges and concerns in today’s marketplace. From identifying new market and revenue opportunities, to understanding how they can produce more yield and higher quality hay with fewer inputs, alfalfa farmers know that continuing education is critical to their bottom lines. High Plains Journal, along with Alforex Seeds and John Deere, are once again sponsoring Alfalfa U, Feb. 20 at the Boot Hill Casino and Resort Conference Center, Dodge City, Kansas. The full schedule and registration can be found online at www.alfalfau.com. Kicking off the morning program will be Heath Dewey, U.S. Department of…

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