KENTON — The final Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program series will begin at 7:30 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 19, at the Plaza Inn Restaurant, 491 S. Main St., Mount Victory.
The program will be begin at 8 a.m. following the complementary breakfast.
The February 19 program will feature an interactive panel discussion of “Agriculture in 2030: A Look at Innovation through the Next Generation’s Eyes” presented by the Ridgemont FFA chapter. The discussion will focus on changes seen by current farmers since they began their operations, today’s agricultural technology, and changes that are predicted for the future. Topics may include artificial intelligence, crop production advances, 3-D printing of replacement parts, animal agriculture progression, greenhouse systems management, adult farmer education delivery, and the impact of alternative fuels. Attendees to this breakfast meeting will be challenged to think outside of the box to consider the possible impact these future changes may have on current and future operations.
The Conservation Tillage Club breakfast program series is jointly sponsored by OSU Extension and the Soil and Water Conservation Districts of Hardin, Logan, and Union Counties, and in cooperation with the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Contributions to meeting planning and presentation are being provided by the Ridgemont FFA. Breakfast is courtesy of the generous support from agricultural lenders and agricultural businesses. All events are open to the public and no advance registration is required. Continuing education credits for Certified Crop Advisers are available.