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Thu, Feb 22


Torey's Restaurant

Maximizing Profitability with Carbon, Small Grains, Manure and More

Join the Freeborn Area Soil Health Team as we host a Soil Health Winter Workshop: HWY-14 Tour stop in Owatonna. RSVP for a free lunch by February 15, 2024 at

Maximizing Profitability with Carbon, Small Grains, Manure and More
Maximizing Profitability with Carbon, Small Grains, Manure and More

Time & Location

Feb 22, 2024, 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Torey's Restaurant , 208 N Cedar Ave, Owatonna, MN 55060, USA

About The Event

On February 22nd, hear from Carolyn King (Continuum Ag - Carbon Intensity Score), Martin Larson (Small Grains Farmer) and a panel of farmers in Minnesota that apply manure. The event will be held at Torey's Restruant in Owatonna, MN from 8:30 am - 2:30 pm. Please reserve your spot by February 15th,  2024 by clicking here to register. 

Here are the backgrounds on our speakers for this event:

Carolyn King is the Director of Operations for Continuum Ag, a soil helath data intelligence company that enables farmers to profit from sustainable and regenerative practices. Carolyn grew up on her family's farm in Western Illinois, where sustainability practices are a regular part of the operation. She received her Bachelor's and Master's Degrees in Agronomy from Iowa State University.

Martin Larson is a small grains farmer near Byron, Minnesota. In addition to implementing small grains, Martin farms corn and soybeans, while also implementing cover crops and no-till. Martin has a passion for preserving our soil and water resources, while being profitable and enjoys sharing what has been working for him, with the belief that it can work for others as well. 

The manure panel will consist of a variety of manure application types. They will tackle the subject of applying manure in minimum and no-till situations. The panel attendees will each be bringing their own expertise from dry litter to hog and cattle manure.

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