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2018 Bottom Line Conference set for Aug. 22

Published on 30 July 2018

The two-day 2018 Bottom Line Conference for farmers and ranchers in the southwest Kansas region kicks off Aug. 22 at the Kearny County Fairgrounds in Lakin, Kansas.

The conference is designed for producers who want to improve their profitability in a dry climate. "The goal is for conference attendees to walk away with useful, actionable programs and tools to lower inputs, increase outputs and the most important overall goal, boost their operation profits,” says conference adviser Titus Jaeger.

Speakers at this year's conference include profitable no-till producers and soil health experts Jimmy Emmons, Doug Peterson, Michael "Storm" Casper, Brice Custer and Nick Vos. Also scheduled are water infiltration, irrigation technology and grazing management experts with presentations from Candy Thomas, Dr. Tim Steffins, Duane Roth and Bruce Anderson. There is also a special presentation scheduled by Josh Dukart discussing holistic farm financial planning.

The cost is $50 and includes meals. For registration information, the event schedule and speaker profiles, visit the conference website.  end mark

—From Bottom Line Conference news release