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November 2018 – Press Release

For immediate release:

~The National Wheat Foundation Begins Accepting Applications for Scholarship Honoring Ag Students

~Ag Horizons Conference

~Spring Wheat Trial Results

~South Dakota Wheat Outlook – October 16, 2018


The National Wheat Foundation Begins Accepting Applications for Scholarship Honoring Ag Students

By: National Wheat Foundation

The National Wheat Foundation officially began accepting applications for the Jerry Minore Scholarship, honoring a student pursuing a career in agriculture. The scholarship is available to both high school and college students for the 2019-2020 academic year with an application deadline of December 01, 2018.

 “The purpose of the Jerry Minore Scholarship is to help students who are passionate about agriculture at school and at home,” said Wayne Hurst, Chairman of the National Wheat Foundation. “Our students are the future. They will go on to educate the next generation about wheat, agriculture, and their role in society.”

The late Jerry Minore was a BASF Senior Market Manager and a liaison to the wheat industry. Since his unexpected death in 2012, BASF has partnered with the National Wheat Foundation to fund scholarships and honor his advocacy efforts for wheat growers.

 “We are proud of our longstanding partnership with the National Wheat Foundation,” said Scott Kay, BASF Vice President, U.S. Agricultural Solutions. “The Jerry Minore Scholarship not only continues Jerry’s legacy, but also helps further the success of our industry, by awarding scholarships to students who have a passion for advancing agriculture.” 

To Learn More and Apply

 

Ag Horizons Conference

On November 27 & 28, the 2018 Ag Horizon Conference will be held at the Ramkota River Centre’ in Pierre, South Dakota.

The 2018 Ag Horizons Conference is pleased to announce 6 keynote speakers, 24 educational one-hour seminars, and again this years “INDUSTRY SEMINARS” to be held November 28th, starting at 1:00 p.m.

The Ag Horizons Conference is hosted by seven organizations: South Dakota Crop Improvement Association, South Dakota Oilseeds Council, South Dakota Pulse Growers, South Dakota Seed Trade Association, South Dakota No-Till Association, South Dakota Soil Health Coalition and South Dakota Wheat Inc.

To Learn More and Register

 

Spring Wheat Trial Results

By: SDSU Extension

Click the link below to learn about the spring wheat trial results.

Crop performance testing results are released annually through the activities of SDSU Extension and the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station at SDSU.

Click Here to Learn More

 

South Dakota Wheat Outlook – October 16, 2018

Slightly behind last year and the 5-year average, 82 percent of our winter wheat is planted. Over 60 percent is emerged.

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