Joe Mauch farms sugar beets, corn, and soybeans with his brother about 50 miles south of Fargo, ND.
Wayne, Wade, and Danny of Parker Brother’s Farms are farming 7,000 acres of corn, cotton, and soybeans in Missouri. The twin brothers, Wayne and Wade, are still active after 80 years a piece on the farm, while Wayne’s son Danny heads up seed, fertilizer, and record keeping.
Tom raises corn and soybeans in Scott County, IA. He has been developing and using yield maps for the last 15 years.
Ringger Farms, headed by Jamin Ringger, is a 1,100 acre corn, soybean, and hog operation in central Illinois.
Farmer2Farmer kicks off Monday evening in Omaha, Nebraska. Here are 8 things you'll miss if you're not at the show.
1. Networking with hundreds of the top farmers from 36 states. Learn more>>
Farmer2Farmer is where the future of farming finds its voice. Connect with America's most advanced and productive farmers, data scientists and agronomists that are helping them farm smarter for three days of networking, product training and previews, and interactive panels.
Farmers Business Network is made up of America's best farmers, and the best farmers in FBN, go to Farmer2Farmer: American Entrepreneurs! We are excited to welcome our members to Omaha for a conference that has been described as "where the future of agriculture finds it's voice."
Great farmers are constant learners, innovators, and experts in their craft. The best farmers learn from other great farmers and shared insights about cutting edge technologies and business practices. Being an analytics company, we dove into our data set to quantify exactly how much better the farmers who came to Farmer2Farmer last year did in 2015 (2016 yield updates rolling in daily).
Will attending Farmer2Farmer ensure top yields in 2017? Of course not, but it will put you in the company of some of the best farmers in America so you can maximize your chances of a stellar season.
FREE FOR MEMBERS!
So just how did Farmer2Farmer 2015 attendees do last year?
Iowa farmer Ben Pederson turned a misstep into a business opportunity, and ignited a passion for bringing his farm and the whole industry into the digital age.
60 miles outside of Chicago, farmer Jamie Walter is turning commodity corn into award-winning libations using a little technology and a whole lot of good ol’ farmer know-how.
Last year, hundreds of farmers came together in Davenport, Iowa for Farmers Business Network's first annual Farmer2Farmer conference.
Farmers across the US pay radically different prices for the exact same seeds. What impacts do "zone pricing" and discounting have on the prices you pay for seed?
We analyzed over 2,200 unique seed pricing data points to help you better understand the reality of seed costs that farmers face. We found that certain hybrids could vary as much as 111% in price and even over 60% within states. We're working to give you the best Price-to-Yield Performance information possible so you can make the right decisions. Stay tuned for upcoming Seed Price Transparency products from FBN and expanded research!
There are a lot of factors to consider when selecting seeds. We surveyed hundreds of farmers, and found that 30% of farmers think price or return on investment are the most important factors when deciding which seeds to buy and plant. The single top consideration was yield, and disease resistance, stalk quality, genetic traits, and availability were other important factors.