MonDak Ag Days & Trade Show March 7-8

MonDak Ag Days & Trade Show is scheduled for March 7-8 at the Richland County Event Center Sidney.

The trade show will open Thursday at 8 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. and again on Friday from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. There will be vendors onsite with their information, products, and services. Breakfast will be served both days with the Sidney Area Chamber of Commerce hosting on Thursday and Richland County Farm Bureau hosting on Friday. Lunch will be available at the Event Center both days, as well. In leu of the traditional banquet, the MonDak Ag Days Committee invites the vendors and the ag community to join us in a pitchfork fondue! The Pitchfork Fondue will be onsite at the Richland County Event Center. In addition to a great meal, the Pitchfork Fondue will have a cash bar hosted by the Ranger Lounge and Casino and live music.

The educational sessions will start Thursday at 10 a.m. and you can expect topics including an update from Greenwood Renewable Ventures, Grain Storage & Drying, a Seed Crushing Plant Update, the Basics of Estate Planning, Carbon Credits, Livestock Risk Protection, and an Agriculture and Government panel featuring elected officials.

The educational program on Friday will also begin at noon and topics include Feral Hogs, Warm Season Grass Ecology and Management (1 pesticide credit available), What's Next? 2024 Crop Market Outlook, and Mapping and Reporting Yields.

Please join Richland County Extension at the Richland County Event Center March 7-8 to take in MonDak Ag Days & Trade Show.

MonDak Ag Days Agriculture In Government Panelists

Thursday, March 8, 4 p.m.

Pictured right, back row: (L to R) Stacy Zinn, 2nd Congressional U.S. Representative; Joel Krautter, 2nd Congressional U.S. Representative; Ric Holden; 2nd Congressional U. S. Representative; Bob Phalen, State District Senate District 17, Dawson. Front row: (L to R:) Steve Hinebauch, State District Senate District 17, Dawson; Rhonda Knudsen, State Senate District 15, Roosevelt; Brandon Ler, State House District 33; Morgan Thiel, State House District 30


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