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May 14th - The Making of SILO The Film: Key Learnings and Collaborations
As the first ever feature film solely focused on bringing awareness to grain bin safety, SILO follows the events that transpire after the entrapment of a teenage boy in a 50-foot-tall grain bin. On May 14, we sit down with SILO movie producer, Sam Goldberg, to discuss the collaboration with farmers, firefighters, first-responders, and trusted agriculture institutions that made the film an authentic education tool.
Every year, grain bin entrapment deaths plague the pages of rural community newspapers throughout the grain belt. Join us for an opportunity to promote a mainstream awareness of the dangers of managing stored grain as Silo The Film is released in theaters nationwide. Like every week, we will take questions throughout to bring our participants into the conversation. Join Sam for this insightful conversation on May 14 at 9 a.m. CST.
May 21st - The Future of Sorghum
On May 21, join S&W Seed Company’s Product Marketing Manager, Scott Staggenborg, for a conversation around how technology is providing the world’s sorghum farmers with the best seed varieties and hybrids to maximize their yields and profits. We’ll be talking about the genetic investment opportunities for sorghum and what’s on the horizon for the crop.
It’s all happening May 21 at 9 a.m. CST on CoffeeTalk, your weekly source for agriculture education. We look forward to seeing you and hearing Scott’s answers to your questions. Register to join us for this industry innovation update!
May 28th - Redefining How Data is Collected and Used on the Farm
As new members of the AGI family of brands, the team at Farmobile has been shaking up and redefining data collection. This week we are joined by Farmobile’s Steve Cubbage and Bradford Warner to discuss the role that data plays on the farm and the importance of collecting live agronomic data and machine data from your fleet and custom applications. Steve and Bradford will also talk sustainability and how data collection provides the long-term solution your farm needs to capitalize on emerging market initiatives around stewardship and carbon.
If you’re interested in learning more about the role data can play on your farm and the important role it is already playing in traceability and sustainability conversations, this will be a CoffeeTalk you won’t want to miss. Like every week, bring your questions and your coffee and join us May 28 at 9 a.m. CST for a discussion that has a place in the future of your farm!