Aberhart Ag Solutions at 2018 Farm Forum Event
For 20 years, the FARM FORUM EVENT has been a premier event for progressive farmers. It’s where they learn about the latest innovations and research to improve their farming operations. Aberhart Ag Solutions have a booth at the event and Dan Aberhart is introducing and moderating two panellist discussions at the show. We look forward to meeting you in Calgary at the TELUS Convention Centre -December 4th – 6th, 2018.
ABERHART BREAKOUT PANELIST SESSIONS
Wednesday, Dec 5: 2:05 – 3:05 pm Room 203, 204
Thursday, Dec 6: 2 – 3 pm Room 201, 202
FARMERS: FIXING THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS
Tired of all the chit-chat about saving the world?
Nitrous Oxide Emissions….
Hear Ag industry experts stand up and respond.
We have the solutions to mitigate these major societal issues through new and emerging approaches that take the world’s problems and turn them on their head and make good farming sense doing it.
Enjoy a lively and engaging panel discussion from:
-Cheyne Ogilvie, MSC Candidate, P.Ag, CCA on delivering the nitrogen payload to it’s target.
-Mike Dolinski entomologist and Taurus Agricultural Marketing, Director of Science and Innovation.
-Terry Aberhart of Aberhart Farms, Aberhart Ag Solutions and Sure Growth Technologies.
-Elston Solberg from Earth Dirt Soil on reconstituting urban and oilfield landfill material into a sulphur source.
Farmers, fixing the world’s problems!
Cheyne grew up on a farm near Pense, Saskatchewan, where she continues to take in every opportunity to help her family with field operations and agronomic advice. After completing a degree in Environmental Science at the University of Lethbridge, she worked as a crop consultant in Southern Alberta assisting producers to make efficient and profitable decisions on their farms. In 2015, she furthered her education by attending the University of Saskatchewan to study enhanced efficiency nitrogen fertilizers and their ability to reduce environmental losses compared to their conventional counterpart.
Elston grew up on a dairy farm near Ryley Alberta where he learned about hard work and tenacity. Hockey, baseball and fishing were key to his youth. He knew early in life that science was his career focus.
He attended Camrose Lutheran College to play hockey where the Vikings won the Canadian Junior College Championships. Later he completed his B. Sc. in Agriculture (Agronomy, U of A) and an M. Sc. in Soils (Elemental Sulphur Fertilizer, U of A). While doing his masters he worked full time as a research associate with mentor Dr. Marvin Nyborg and continued working on many practical research projects for 8 years full time and 7 part-time after leaving to join Alberta Agriculture to work in research and extension for 17 years. During all this Elston moved back to his hometown and served on Village Council for 9 years (8 as Mayor), he was Chair of Beaver Regional Waste Management and Chair of the Joint Councils of Beaver County. Amongst this mess, Elston attempted to complete a Ph. D. on a project involving a detailed understanding of N cycling. While the thesis was not completed all the data was published adding to a still growing body of scientific and popular press. In 2002, Elston left his position as Lead of the Field Crop Development Center (Alberta Agriculture) and started Sun Mountain Inc. and began his affiliation with Agri-Trend. Elston has travelled extensively and has trained people on every continent (except Antarctica ;>) on various facets of crop production, soil science and nutrient management. He has recently established a speaking, teaching, training and publishing company called EarthDirtSoil.
• Learn, UnLearn, ReLearn
• The Future is Already Here, It’s Just Unevenly Distributed
• Everywhere knowledge increases at the expense of understanding.
• Think Like A Plant!
Mike Dolinski has seen a lot of things over the years as an entomologist and senior Agri-Trend coach. Opinions that come and go, scientific consensus that changes, and sometimes catchphrases that catch on, even if they are misleading. Mike is Taurus Agricultural Marketing, Director of Science and Innovation
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