ALBANY, MO. – The Hundley-Whaley Research Center saw a tremendous turnout for its annual Field Day, held Wednesday, Aug. 26.
More than 300 guests attended the event, which focused on several agricultural topics.
“Each year we look forward to highlighting new production practices and addressing current problems farmers are facing this year, including nitrogen management and waterhemp control in soybeans,” Superintendent Bruce Burdick said.
Guests heard presentations and discussions from more than 10 speakers during the event. Topics included how to properly clean out a sprayer, conventional soybean breeding, tissue testing in corn and soybeans and establishing cover crops in different tillage systems.
The event included a free breakfast and lunch.
“This year the weather conditions made for a near ideal day for tours, and attendees were able to listen to a number of speakers,” Burdick said.
To view pictures of the event, visit flickr.com/photos/cafnr/albums/72157655507935424.
The Hundley-Whaley Research Center is located in Albany, Mo. For more information about the Research Center, call 660-726-3698 or email email@example.com. You can also visit their website at hundleywhaley.cafnr.org/.