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Advertising Opportunities
Official Membership Directory
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Web
website-homepage-thumbEach month, hundreds of individuals visit www.ksagretailers.org for access to agribusiness industry knowledge and resources. By purchasing advertising space for your company logo, you can increase awareness, attract business and further your brand. Site Traffic Average 670 site visits per month. Annual Rate - $250 20% discount to members that advertise in the Membership Directory. Image Requirements All logo images should be 244 pixels wide x 130 pixels tall at 72 dpi, with a white (#ffffff) background color. All images should be optimized for the Internet and be either a .GIF or a .JPG format. Placement Company logos will be located on the bottom of the home page in a scrolling window titled "KARA Partners." Links Logos can link to any web address of the advertiser’s choice. Submission Ad contract and logo should be sent to trae@kansasag.org. [hr]
Newsletter
The Kansas Agribusiness Udpate is KARA's quarterly print newsletter and includes industry headlines, association news and member updates. By purchasing 1/4 page space, you can announce a new product or service launch, introduce your business to the industry or simply increase awareness of your brand. Circulation Printed and mailed to 735 member company locations and emailed to 1,087 member contacts. Per Issue Rate - $250 20% discount to members that advertise in the Membership Directory. Space Specifications 1/4 page (4.75" high x 3.75" wide). Can be article or camera ready artwork in either .GIF, .JPG or .PDF format. Submission Ad contract and article/artwork should be sent to trae@kansasag.org. KARA reserves the right to decline any content that is not deemed as an overall benefit to the industry.
$200.00$500.00 Select options
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CEU Test

$100 - KARA and CCAs $220 - Non-Members Includes Lunch

Thursday, December 3 American AgCredit 925 W. Magnolia Salina, KS 67402 Certified Crop Advisers 7.5 CEU Hours Available
8:00
Registration
8:15
Kansas Water Water Conservation Areas Water Plan Update -Lane Letourneau and Mike Meyer , KDA
10:15
BREAK
10:30
Limited Irrigation Water for Sorghum
12:30
LUNCH by HOME CATERING
1:15
Sugar Cane Aphids 101 -Sarah Zukoff, KSU
2:15
“The Sorghum Industry, What Tomorrow Looks Like” -Sarah Sexton-Bowser, Sorghum Growers
3:15
Break
3:30
Variable Rate Fertilizer and/or Big Data concerning Nutrient Management -Terry Griffin, KSU
5:00
Adjourn
$0.50$1.00 Select options
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Colby NH3 Workshop January 31
City Limits Convention Center 2227 S. Range Ave. Colby, KS 67701 Be a responsible user of anhydrous ammonia and attend the 2018 NH3 Training. This program includes a combination of demonstrations and presentations that will cover the characteristics of anhydrous ammonia, facility safety, emergency response and product handling. Learn from the best and brightest in the NH3 field. Individual speakers will provide input on their specific areas of expertise. Each attendee will receive a certificate of attendance as proof of training to include in personnel files. Additionally, each attendee will take an exam at the end of the training day. The certificate will be sent by email to be retained for training files. Consider sponsoring your community fire-fighters, law enforcement, and emergency responders to attend and hear important information about responding to NH3 accidents.
$75.00$100.00 Select options
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Crop Production Update – Day 1 – Thursday

$100 – KARA Members $210 – Non-Members

Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017

This comprehensive workshop, offered in cooperation with Kansas State University, will provide the latest research and technological advances in the crop production industry. The presentations will include the latest technology on weed and insect control, fertilizer and chemical recommendations, soil fertility concerns and much more. As this program’s popularity increases with each year, it is a must attend seminar for those requiring the latest in innovative research and application.
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Crop Production Update – Day 2 – Friday

$100 – KARA Members $210 – Non-Members

Friday, Jan. 6, 2017

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Crop Production Update Conference

January 10-11, 2018

This comprehensive workshop, offered in cooperation with Kansas State University, will provide the latest research and technological advances in the crop production industry. The presentations will include the latest technology on weed and insect control, fertilizer and chemical recommendations, soil fertility concerns and much more. As this program’s popularity increases with each year, it is a must attend seminar for those requiring the latest in innovative research and application. [columns] [span6]
Wednesday, Jan. 10, 2018
8:30
Registration
9:10
Welcome, Introduction
9:20
Corn and soybeans production research update Speaker: I Ciampitti | CP
10:10
Cover crops for soil health and forage Speaker: D. Presley | SW
11:00
Control of Sericea Lespedeza with Prescribed Burning Speaker: KC Olson | PM and 1A
11:50
Lunch
1:00
Late season N management in corn Speaker: D. Ruiz-Diaz | NM
1:50
Liquid application technologies Speaker: A. Sharda | CP
2:40
Break
3:00
Best management practices for reducing P loss and protecting water quality Speaker: N. Nelson | SW
3:50
Weed control update, corn and sorghum Speaker: C. Thompson | PM and 1A
4:40
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Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018
8:30
Measuring inversions on the Kansas Mesonet Speaker: C. Redmond | PM and 1A
9:20
The Dicamba Conundrum Speaker: D. Peterson | PM and 1A
10:10
Break
10:30
Core Hour
11:20
Exploring the relationship between iron and manganese in plant chlorosis Speaker: A.J. Foster | NM
12:10
Lunch
1:10
Industry
1:40
Wheat production research update Speaker: R. Lollato | CP
2:30
Cover crops and nutrient management Speaker: P. Tomlinson | SW
3:20
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$100.00$300.00 Select options
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Grain Grading Manual
Missed out on Grain Grading? Get the next best thing. Your resource for harvest season is the Grain Grading Manual. These manuals highlight the major commodities, grading factors, and common grain conditions. Cost of the manual is $20 for members. The non-member cost for manuals is $30 per manual no matter the quantity. Shipping is $5/order. Tax will also be added.
$20.00$30.00 Select options