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Agrimarketing : September 2008
POSILAC dairy business manufac- turing and sales teams will be inte- grated into the Elanco business. Smith Porter Mycogen Seeds announces that Stephen Smith has been promoted to Nat’l Sls Mgr and Keith Porter has been promoted to Agronomy Services Leader. Greg Cannon has expanded his responsibilities in his position as Forage Products Mktg Specialist. Dairy Nutritionists will now report to him as they provide support for Mycogen’s SILAGE-SPECIFIC corn business. John Kalthoff is named Oil Seeds Mktg Specialist where he will oversee marketing and industry relations for the sunflower, soybean and canola segments. The Prairie State Technology Center, specializing in precision ag training is established in Champaign, IL. Spearheaded by Precision Ag Equipment Co. and Crop IMS, the center features the use of GPS data Case IH will sponsor a concert tour by country music superstar Craig Morgan. The collaboration follows up on the success of Morgan’s hit song “International Harvester” with a cross-country tour that celebrates the American farmer. In addition to on-stage and semi- trailer signage, Case IH and Farmall machinery will be on display at select concert ven- ues. Dealerships will be offered promotional opportunities like VIP tickets and concert meet and greet sessions. AM Morgan collection and GIS software training in computer labs, a SMART Board interactive white board and SST Field PCs. It also includes in-the- field training on a 40 acres plot sur- rounding the center. AutoFarm and SST Development Group are providing funding and staffing. Faegre & Benson LLP, Minneapolis, MN, launches an industry-focused, cross-practice group to enhance its support of clients in the food, agri- culture and biofuels industries. The firm’s clients currently include Cargill, DuPont, Pioneer, Hormel, Land O’Lakes, General Mills, ADM, Syngenta Seeds and Syngenta Crop Protection, VeraSun Energy, Advanced BioEnergy and Agrium. In addition to Kim Walker and Jacob Bylund in the Des Moines office, this industry focus is coordi- nated by John Mandler and Andy Ritten of the Minneapolis office, and Gretchen Miller Busch of the Denver office. For more information, contact Walker at 515/248-9000 or visit www.faegre.com. AM Every month we deliver unique content om the award-winning edito ro re P t orial staffff at DTN/ essive Farmer, including:r,, including: Every month we deliver unique content frfrom the award-winning editorial staff at DTN/The Progressive Farmer . IInput on current business and production issues ent business and production . The latest marketing insights . How weather trends impact crops Ag policy information The latest marketing insights How weather trends impact cr . Ag policy information H . The latest technology — from seed genetics to GIS The latest technology — from seed genetics to GIS n AWARD WINNINGWARD WINNING COVERAGE AWA publication r In 2007 and in 200 COVERAGE In 2007 and in 2008, the publication received a total of 33 awards from the American Agricultural Editors’ Association, more than any other publication. eceive 8, the ed a total of 33 awards from the American Agricultural Editors’ Association, mor than any other publication. FOR MORE INFORMATIONATION Call 517.548.6884 or visit .dtnpr FOR MORE INFORMAT Call 4 or visit www.dtnprogressivefarmer.com. essiivefarmer.com AMERICAN AGRICULTURAL EDITORS’ ASSOCIATION WA AMERICAN AGRICUL EDITORS’ A SOCIA AWARDS IN 2007 AND IN 2008. 33 WINNER OF WINNER OF CAN 3 SS ARDS IN LT AT N 2007 AND IN 2008.
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