The 2019 No-till Seeding School was held on August 8th with Tom Cannon participating. Check back for details on the 2020 No-till Seeding School.
Watch our game-changing UniForce hydraulic downforce for JD 50/60/90/Pro drills in action. Kent Stones will describe his experiences with hydraulic downforce on both his planter and drill.
Get in-person coaching on seeder adjustments! Brush up on your knowledge before buying upgrades for your planter or drill. Think everything is okay because your super-high-tech planter monitor says so? Not so fast! Huge flaws in placement may exist. Get clarity on the physical actions needed for effective no-till seeding. Some very simple, easy adjustments often provide enormous improvement.
An array of adjustments & attachments on planters & drills will be shown in action. Inspect corn stands planted a couple weeks prior with the same configurations. Compare the choices. Learn the interactions amongst the components.
Watch our game-changing UniForce hydraulic downforce for JD 50/60/90 drills in action. And get a sneak peek at other developments in the world of no-till drills.
The main presenter is Matt Hagny, who has spent many hundreds of hours methodically examining seed placement in no-till. Hagny will deliver the hard truths in his candid, honest style, while keeping it entertaining. Blackwell, OK, highly successful no-tiller Tom Cannon will co-host (Tom is more attentive to planting details than anyone we know of).
Register for August 8th:
9am–1:30pm (noon meal provided)
Tuition is $85/person, enrollment is limited. Location is Lebanon, KS (Kent Stones’ farm hosting); 19 mi south of Red Cloud, NE.
To enroll, call 785-820-8000 (Visa/MC/Discover accepted,
or pay by check if mailed sufficiently early).
Email questions to email@example.com.
The Seeding School is purely educational, and not an infomercial for Exapta products. We’d like to thank our past Seeding School hosts, including Alan Aufdemberge, Jason Stansbury, Craig & Gene Stehly, Joe Swanson, David Young, and Doug & Tracey Palen.
“We always get a lot out of your Seeding Schools. We feel comfortable no-tilling now.”Lennie Blain, D.S.&R. Cordel
“It has been very valuable so I have been to at least 5 of these. Ready for new info or new way of teaching or I very well may take a break for a year. Yet each year I attend I have picked up enough info to say it was time and money well spent!”Survey respondent
“Well worthwhile. Very informational. One of the better things I’ve done—I could actually see what I was supposed to be doing, rather than just hearing someone talk about it. The planter demonstration was impressive as to the differences in what we’re doing with the operation of each component. Time well-spent.”Glenn Bauer
“Great learning event all the way around.”Survey respondent
“The Seeding School was really worthwhile. The guys need to be there—they should be going every year.”Tom Rabern
“This meeting is worth every penny. The money you can save and profit you can make by making sure your equipment is set properly makes this meeting pay for itself in a matter of minutes on today’s high input farming.”Survey respondent
“The Seeding School is very enlightening”Dale Schmitt