Ag Connect 2013 - Rusty Fowler & Rob Kolb

The 2013 AG CONNECT Expo & Summit is right around the corner, coming up January 29-31 in Kansas City, Missouri. If you've been listening to AM 730 KWOA this week, you heard ag broadcaster Sonja Langseth catch up with Sara Mooney, AG CONNECT show director and Charlie O'Brien, Senior Vice President of the Association of Equipment Manufacturers about the upcoming grand show of the Midwest.

Tune in this Thursday from 1:00 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. as Langseth catches up with Rusty Fowler, President and CEO of Krone North America highlighting a few featured products as well as the importance of having quality haying equipment this year. As many farmers know, with the drought of 2012, hay has become scarce and high priced. Langseth asks the question of how equipment prices will change as a reflection of the drought.

Rusty also served as chair for AEM last year.

In addition, Langseth will also talk with Rob Kolb, Vice President of GEA Technologies about the company's new products as well as the latest - and quickly spreading - innovation in the dairy industry: dairy water beds.

Sounds great, right? Want to register? The early bird registration discount has been extended and is good until Friday, January 18th! Register now! It's all about AG CONNECT this Thursday from 1:00 p.m. until 1:30 p.m. on AM 730 KWOA!

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