Paullina Crop Fair: Ag Advocacy | Iowa Agriculture Water Alliance

February 7, 2017 @ 8:30 am – 1:00 pm
Iowa Corn Crop Fair
5624 460th St
Paullina, IA 51046

Growing Success on Your Farming Operation

This free crop fair, part of the Iowa Corn Crop Fair Series, gives you direct access to timely information so that your operation can be more profitable. Joining Iowa Corn Growers Association (ICGA) gives you a seat at the table on issues that impact your farming operation. Become a member by calling the Iowa Corn office today at (515) 225-9242 or visit their website to learn more. 

As a result, the agenda for this event is as follows:

  • 8:30 AM Registration.
  • 9:00 AM Shifting Trends in Weather by Elwynn Taylor, Climatologist, Iowa State University.
  • 10:00 AM Cover Crops in Northwest Iowa by NW Iowa Farms and Elyssa McFarland, Soil Health Partnership.
  • 11:00 AM Ag Advocacy by Gary Peterson, Peterson Brother Farms.
  • 12:00 PM Lunch, free to all crop fair attendees.

Success is important to any industry, but furthermore what does success look like for agriculture? Or for your farming operation? Iowa Corn is committed to creating opportunities for long-term corn grower profitability, and that is because they would love for you to join them and industry experts at a 2017-2018 crop fair. Come and learn more about Growing Success on your Farming Operation at one of the regionally held fairs across the state.

In addition, spouses welcome to attend. Further, please RSVP by February 6 to Lowell Appleton by calling (515) 314-5554 or email at This crop fair is located at Paullina American Legion. Finally, it is sponsored by Iowa Corn Growers Associated, Bunkers Feed and Supply, First Cooperative Association, Iowa State Bank, Producer’s Co-op, Dry Run Drainage, and ICON Ag & Turf.

To find out more about this event and others included in the Iowa Corn Crop Fair series, visit here.

Iowa Corn Growers Association is one of IAWA’s three founding organizations. Visit here to find out more about how ICGA took unprecedented steps to improve water quality across Iowa.

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