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Agrimarketing : July August 2008
36 AgriMarketing ¦ July/August 2008 25 X ’25 Lutherville, MD InfoExpo Focus: Booth #94. Contact: Samantha Scalise, Natural Resource Solutions — 410/252-7079 or firstname.lastname@example.org AG ANSWERS West Lafayette, IN InfoExpo Focus: Booth #216. Ag news and advice you can trust from the experts at Purdue University and The Ohio State University. Ag Answers provides agricultural problem-solving advice to help producers better manage crops, livestock and market transactions. Contacts: Julie Douglas, Ag Answers Editor/Writer — 765/494-8446 or email@example.com; Jennifer Cummins, Purdue University News & Special Projects Writer AG LEADER TECHNOLOGY Ames, IA InfoExpo Focus: Booth #112. Ag Leader Technology manufactures a complete line of precision farming tools. Founded in 1992, the company has achieved consistent growth by providing value-based products designed to help growers make smart, profitable business decisions. Contact: David King, Mktg Mgr — firstname.lastname@example.org; Jessica Reis, Mktg Comms Specialist — jreis@agleader. com; 515/232-5363 AGCO CORPORATION Duluth, GA InfoExpo Focus: Booths # 504, #506. Contacts: Reid Hamre — email@example.com or 770/813-6067; Tammi Wecksler; Chris Lund; Bob Gideon ALLTECH Lexington, KY InfoExpo Focus: Booth #602. Alltech is a global leader in animal health. With offices in 113 countries, the company is uniquely positioned to identify trends and provide solutions on a real time basis. With naturally produced products, made primarily of yeast, the company is always looking to exploit rising trends and expand existing market share. Contacts: Dr.Pearse Lyons, Founder/Pres; Bill Frey, North American PR Mgr — 859/881-2236 or bfrey@alltech. com; Steve Elliott, Global Sel-Plex Champion AMERICAN FARM BUREAU FEDERATION Washington, D.C. InfoExpo Focus: Booth #311. Come by and learn about AFBF’s new animal ag initiative and also get up-to-date information on agricultural policy issues. Contact: Tracy Grondine, Media Relations Dir — 202/406-3642 or firstname.lastname@example.org AMERICAN MEAT INSTITUTE Washington, D.C. InfoExpo Focus: Booth #203. Industry structure issues. Contact: Dave Ray — 202/587-4243 or email@example.com AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRONOMY/ CERTIFIED CROP ADVISER (CCA) Madison, WI InfoExpo Focus: Booth #401. The American Society of Agronomy/Certified Crop Adviser program can provide members of the media with local experts who can dis- cuss the latest research and the current crop conditions. Stop by our booth to learn how you can find an expert by zip code, state, or professional expertise. Also new for 2008, learn more about our involvement with a major Soils Exhibition at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. For more information, visit www. certifiedcropadviser. org and www.soils.org/smithsonian. Contacts: Luther Smith, Dir of Certified Programs; Sara Uttech, Comms Mgr — 608/273-8080 or firstname.lastname@example.org AMVAC CHEMICAL CORPORATION Collierville, TN InfoExpo Focus: Booth #200. Learn the latest about ongoing university research on using granular soil insec- ticides to improve yield performance of corn rootworm hybrids. We’ll also highlight unusual weed-control chal- lenges from 2008’s delayed planting and how growers used Impact corn herbicide to solve them. In addition AMVAC will be launching a new formula- tion of Ecozin for use on vegetables and fruits that will have organic certification. Contacts: Paul Vaculin, Soil Insecticides Mktg Mgr — 901/861-6710 or email@example.com; Ted Ramirez, AMVAC Mktg Dir — 949/260-1212 or tedr@amvac- chemical.com ANIMAL AGRICULTURE ALLIANCE Arlington, VA Info Expo Focus: Booth #217. The Animal Agriculture Alliance actively works to educate mass media and the public about farmers and ranchers commitment to ani- mal welfare and the fact that it is critical to producing safe, high-quality, affordable food. Contact: Philip Logo, Comms Dir — 703/562-5160 or firstname.lastname@example.org ASSN OF EQUIPMENT MFGRS (AEM) Milwaukee, WI InfoExpo Focus: Booths #610, #612. AEM is the interna- tional trade and business development resource for com- panies that manufacture equipment, products and ser- vices used for agriculture, construction, forestry mining and utility industries. Core services AEM provides to help members compete in the global marketplace: global pub- lic policy, market information, technical and safety and trade shows. Contact: Charlie O’Brien, VP, Agricultural Svcs; 414/272-0934 or email@example.com BASF Research Triangle Park, NC InfoExpo Focus: Booth #211. Visit the BASF booth at the InfoExpo to learn more about the technology leader in crop protection: BASF. The growing product portfolio of BASF includes innovative fungicides, insecticides and herbicides that help farmers improve the yields and quali- ty of their crops. Contacts: Allegra Sinclair, Ag Products Comms Mgr — 919/547-2329 or firstname.lastname@example.org; Pat Morrow, Corn Belt Comms Mgr — 919/ 547-2829 or email@example.com BAYER CROPSCIENCE Research Triangle Park, NC InfoExpo Focus: Booths #505, #507. Contact: Steve Meister, Head of Mktg Comms — 919/549-2000 or firstname.lastname@example.org BOELTE-HALL, INC. Roeland Park, KS InfoExpo Focus: Booths #500, #502. Boelte-Hall is a Kansas City printer offering a rare combination of tradition- al, digital, and large format products and services. Since 1967, Boelte-Hall has provided business-to-business and business-to-consumer printed communications to top companies in the Midwest and beyond. Boelte-Hall’s Agri- Marketing Division specializes in magazines, catalogs, directories and promotional materials for breed associa- tions, livestock publications and designers. Contacts: Steve Hall; Don Norton — 913/766-7726 or email@example.com; Paul Shanks — 913/766-7723 or AG MEDIA SUMMIT INFOEXPO GUIDE Agricultural communicators and editors attending the Agricultural Media Summit (AMS) July 26-30 in Tampa will find out what’s new from these leading companies and organizations. The list is current as of July 15, 2008. THANK YOU AMS SPONSORS! Assn of Equipment Mfgrs Platinum BASF Gold John Deere Gold AGCO Corporation Silver Bayer CropScience Silver Cattleman’s Beef Board Silver Monsanto Silver Pioneer Hi-Bred Silver Syngenta Silver Specialty Fertilizer Products Bronze United Soybean Board Bronze American Farm Bureau Federation Contributor Case IH Contributor Dow AgroSciences Contributor FMC Contributor Farm Credit Council Contributor Intervet/Schering-Plough Contributor Makhteshim Agri of N America Contributor National Pork Board Contributor New Holland Contributor Propane Education and Rsch Council Contributor Qualisoy Contributor Rabobank Contributor Trimble Navigation Contributor United Country Contributor CHS Patron Certified Angus Beef, LLC Patron Quebecor World Patron AdFarm Supporter Boelte-Hall Supporter Branch Smith Printing Supporter Broadhead + Co. Supporter Dairy Management, Inc. Supporter Elanco Animal Health Supporter PIC North America Supporter Village Press Supporter
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