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Agrimarketing : July 2009
36 AMS_InfoExpo_09:36 AMS_InfoExpo_07 7/15/09 2:44 PM Page 46 AGMEDIASUMMITINFOEXPOGUIDE Agricultural communicators and editors attending the AgriculturalMedia Summit (AMS)will find outwhat’s newfromthese leading companies and organizations. The list is current as of July 7, 2009. To viewtheir entire listing, go towww.AgriMarketing.com. AG ANSWERS,West Lafayette, IN Ag news and advice you can trust fromthe experts at Purdue andOhio StateUniversities. Contacts: JulieDouglas, Editor/Writer, Ag Answers — 765/430-0222 or email@example.com; Jennifer Street, Writer, Purdue College of AgricultureNews AG LEADER, Ames, IA Ag Leader Technologymanufactures andmarkets a complete line of precision farming tools. Contacts:David King,MktgMgr—515/232-5363 or firstname.lastname@example.org; JessicaReis,Mktg Comms Specialist—email@example.com AGCO, Duluth,GA Contacts:Reid K.Hamre— 770/813-6067 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Troy Schroeder, Broadhead AGRITECHNICA - DLG TheDLG-German Agricultural Society organizes Agritechnica —the leadingworld exhibition for agriculturalmachinery innovations.Next Agritechnicawill take place inHanover,Germany, fromNovember 10-14. Contacts:Dr.Malene Conlong ; AnnetteReichhold— +49-69-24788-264 or email@example.com AGROTAIN, St. Louis,MO AGROTAINspokespersonswill be on hand to discuss the hottest fertilizer issues, looking to help growers increase efficiency for nitrogen and including recent research showing howAGROTAINproducts can significantly reduce the release of greenhouse gases fromnitrogen fertilizers. Contacts:MichaelD. Stegmann, President; Andrew Semple, InternationalMktg; JeffWhetstine, VP,Mktg — 314/236-4059 or firstname.lastname@example.org ALLTECH, Lexington, KY Alltech is a global leader in animal health and nutrition. Contact: Bill Frey,NA PRMgr—859/881-2236 or email@example.com AMERICANFARMLANDTRUST Washington,D.C. American Farmland Trust (AFT) is the oldest national non-profitworkingwith farmers, ranchers and communities to protect farmland, produce a healthier envrionment and build successful communities. Contacts: Anita Zurbrugg, Asst.Dir, AFT’s Center for Agriculture in the Environment; JenniferMorrill,Media RelationsDir—202/378-1255 or firstname.lastname@example.org ASA/CCA,Madison,WI The American Society of Agronomy,www.agronomy.org, is an international scientific society serving 8,000+members and administering the Certified Crop Adviser programto an additional 14,000 individuals. Contacts: SaraUttech, Science CommsMgr— 608/273-8080 or email@example.com; Alexander Barton, BusDevelopmentDir— 608/273-8080 or firstname.lastname@example.org AMVAC, Collierville, TN NewSmartChoice 5GInsecticide for enhancement of CornRootwormTolerant corn hybrids. Counter 20Gis a newmore concentrated formula- 46 AgriMarketing s July/August 2009 tion of Counter available in the SmartBox closed handling system. ImpactHerbicide has benefits in both conventional corn hybrids and also in tankmix combinationswith glyphosate. Contact: TedRamirez,MktgDir; Paul Vaculin,MktgMgrGranular Insecticides —901/619-1088 or email@example.com WRITER’S, Maumelle, AR The ACE/CFWF booth showcases the programand activities of two ofNorth America’s leading organizations involvedwith agricultural communications and professional development. Contact:Wayne Swegle, ACE InternationalDir Elect— 501/851-1680 firstname.lastname@example.org;Myrna Stark-Leader, CFWF VP—306/780-8614 or email@example.com ASSOC. OF EQUIPMENTMFGRS Milwaukee,WI AGCONNECT Expo, the newagriculture trade showis scheduled forOrlando, January 12-15, 2010 andwill fill the need for a global exhibition inNorth America for all of agriculture. Contacts: CharlieO’Brien, VP, Agricultural Services; Richard Jefferson, SrDir of PR—414/274-0655 or firstname.lastname@example.org BASF, Research Triange Park,NC The BASF family of products includes fungicides, insecticides and herbicides that help farmers improve yields and qualty of their crops. Contacts: ChristaMiller,CommsMgr—919/547-2329 or email@example.com;PatMorrow,CommsMgr— 919/547-2631 or firstname.lastname@example.org;SandiWilson, CommsMgr—919/547-2194 or email@example.com BAYER CROPSCIENCE Research Triangle Park,NC Bayer CropScience AG, a subsidiary of Bayer AGwith annual sales of about EUR6.4 billion (2008), is one of the world’s leading innovative crop science companies in the areas of crop protection, non-agricultural pest control, seeds and plant biotechnology. Contacts:GrahamJordan, Integrated Crop PortfolioMgr, Cotton, Peanuts andRice;Geoff Kneen, VP; John McGregor, ProductMgr,Herbicides;RandyMyers, ProductMgr, Fungicides; Peter Peerbolte, CropMktg Mgr, Cereals;Rodney Schmidt, Integrated Crop Portfolio Mgr, Corn&Soybeans BECKER UNDERWOOD, Ames, IA Representatives fromthe companywill be availablewith the latest information on newproducts, technologies and advances in seed inoculant treatments and enhancements. Contacts: PaulHolliday, BusinessUnitHead, Inoculants; CharlieHale, ProductMgr,U.S. Inoculants— 515/956-2361 or firstname.lastname@example.org BOELTE-HALL, Roeland Park, KS Boelte-Hall is a printer in the greaterKansasCity area offering traditional, digital and large format printing, aswell as, mailing services for corporate, retail, and design clients. ASSOC. FOR COMMUNICATION EXCELLENCE/CANADIAN FARM Contacts:DonNorton, SlsRep—913/766-7726 or email@example.com; TerryWard, SlsRep— 913/766-7767 or firstname.lastname@example.org BRANCH SMITH PRINTING, Ft.Worth, TX Branch Smith offers quality commercial printing services for association journals, catalogs, B2Bmagazines, corporate newsletters, special interest periodicals, academic publications andmore. Contacts: JohnMiller,Nat’l AcctsMgr—214/734-6785 or email@example.com;Dee Lozano,MktgDir BROWN PRINTING, NewYork,NY Brown Printing Company serves American’s publishers, catalogers and retailerswithmagazine printing, catalog printing, premedia, distribution and value-added services. Contacts:Morgan Lightfoot, SlsRep—480/756-0001 firstname.lastname@example.org;Doug Sweet, SlsRep; LorneWebster, SlsRep CATTLEMEN’S BEEF BOARD Centennial, CO The Cattlemen’s Beef Boardwill be launching our new Web site at AMS—www.mybeefcheckoff.com. Attendees are invited to visit our booth for a complete site tour, including the interactivemedia roomwhichwill give editors the ability to submit story requests, find interview sources andmuchmore. Contact: LynnHeinze, ExecDir of Comms;Melissa Slagle, TradeMediaMgr—303/220-9890 or email@example.com;DianeHenderson, CBB Comms Mgr CHEMINOVA, INC., Cleveland,GA Contacts:Dr. JimBarrentine, Technical ServicesDir; Emory Jones, Pres, Emory Jones L.L.C.— 706/348-7372 or firstname.lastname@example.org CHS INC., St. Paul,MN CHS is a diversified energy, grains and foods company committed to providing the essential resources that enrich lives around theworld. Contact: AnnetteDegnan,Mktg CommsDir— 651/355-5126 or email@example.com CTIC,West Lafayette, IN CTIC is a clearinghouse of information on conservation farming practices that improve both environmental and economic sustainability. Contacts: Christa Jones, ProjectMgr—317/508-2450 or firstname.lastname@example.org; CTIC andwater quality experts fromU.S. EPA DOWAGROSCIENCES, Indianapolis, IN Learn about the latest innovations in crop protection, seeds and trait technology. Contact: Trent Inman, SlsRep ELANCO ANIMAL HEALTH, Greenfield, IN Learn howtechnology can play a critical role in solving the 50/100/70 global food equation. Contact: Katie Petreski—317564-2083 or kpetreski@ 5metacom.com
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