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Corn Short Course Set in Tifton Jan. 16


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Corn is a tough crop to grow for a profit. So the Corn Short Course Jan. 16 in Tifton, Ga., will focus on marketing corn in hard times.
Georgia corn growers will have a don't-miss event when the Corn Short Course and the Georgia Corn Growers Association annual meeting convene Jan. 16 at the Tifton, Ga., Rural Development Center.

The morning session will focus on marketing during hard times. Scientists with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Scienceswill discuss projects funded by corn checkoff dollars and tell about corn production and technology advances.

Exhibitors will provide up-to-date information on various products. During lunch, the High Yield Production Efficiency Awards will be presented.

Credits and Door Prizes, Too

Credits for pesticide licenses and certified crop advisor hours have been applied for. The event will even include door prizes.

The registration fee is only $5, or $10 after Jan. 5. To learn more or to preregister, call the conference office at (229) 386-3416. Or visit the Web site at www.ugatiftonconference.org. Go to the calendar, scroll down to Jan. 16 and click on "more details" for the 000A brochure 0005 and 0011 registration form 260F .

(Dan Rahn is a news editor with the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.)

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