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Farm Bureau plans technology training seminar


Farm Bureau members wanting to learn about new technology are invited to attend the Production Advantage workshop, July 28 to 29, OFB office, 2501 N. Stiles, Oklahoma City.

"We want to show how new technology can be used to improve production," said Burton Harmon, OFB field services representative and workshop coordinator.

The two-day seminar includes social media training, demonstrations of Green Seeker technology and ranch management software, marketing training and use of the Internet for soil surveys.

"The Production Advantage Seminar will give producers who attend a production advantage because they will learn about new technology and resources that can move them to the forefront of the agricultural industry," Harmon said. "The training seminar is designed to help members improve and expand their operations through a better understanding of new technology and computer competency."

For more information, contact Kelli Beall at 405-523-2470, or kelli.beall@okfb.org. The complete seminar schedule can be found at www.okfarmbureau.org.

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