Headed to the MOSES Organic Farming Conference in 2 weeks? Already an organic farmer? Considering transitioning to organics? Why not come a day early and come to our meeting on February 22? We’ll be discussing biologicals for transitioning to organics, and all the other pieces that play a role.
Pieces that include crop rotation, products, nitrogen fixation, and dry beans. This year, we’re thrilled to partner with Everbest Organics Inc. and Bay Shore Sales to shed some light on the dry bean industry.
Owned and operated by Jim and DeAnn Sattelberg, of Munger, Michigan, both companies work with farmers around the world. Along with their sons, Ben and Matt and their families, they have decades of experience in the dry bean business, and will be discussing financial, marketing, production considerations, and processing needs for grower success.
Jim Sattelberg will focus on market trends and expansion for soybeans and dry beans. Ben Sattelberg will discuss Hatzenbichler Equipment for weed control. Steve Bohn will discuss the role between Everbest Organics Inc. and the grower.
Reserve your spot by February 15 at 815.872.1190 or email@example.com. Our meeting, “Bios for Transitioning to Organics,” will be held from 1:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. February 22 at the AmericInn Hotel & Conference Center at 1835 Rose St., LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Dinner will be included with advanced registration.
Hope to see you there!