Lt. Governor to Share Vision for Indiana’s Agriculture, Rural Economy Before Audience of Hundreds of Hoosier Farmers
ATLANTA, Ind. (Aug, 10, 2017) - Reynolds Farm Equipment, a leading John Deere retailer, announced today that Indiana Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch will keynote its Harvest ’17 Clinic at 11:45 a.m. Aug. 23 at its northern Hamilton County headquarters.
Crouch, who also serves as Indiana Secretary of Agriculture, will share her vision for the state’s ag and rural economies at the event that is expected to provide hundreds of attendees with training on how to optimize harvest operations.
“Indiana is a leader in production agriculture, and the state is fortunate to have Lt. Governor Crouch’s support and leadership," said Mitch Frazier, Reynolds Farm Equipment chief executive officer. “The Lieutenant Governor’s keynote, coupled with the morning of classes we have planned, will provide Hoosier farmers unique insights and information to make the most of Harvest ’17.”
Reynolds Harvest Clinic ’17 begins at 8:15 a.m. Aug. 23 at Reynolds Farm Equipment in Atlanta, IN and is open to all Indiana farmers. Highlights of the clinic include:
- Hands-on classes covering a host of harvest topics ranging from the science and mechanics of post-Harvest tillage to how to optimize harvesters for peak performance;
- Harvest safety spotlight featuring a grain bin entrapment simulator from Co-Alliance;
- Harvest innovation expo featuring the latest in harvest products from more than a dozen manufacturers; and
- Complimentary lunch catered by Reynolds Combine Café.
Registration for the event is free available online at www.ReynoldsFarmEquipment.com/Harvest2017.
The announcement of Lt. Governor Crouch’s keynote at Reynolds Harvest ’17 Clinic follows the company’s successful Plant ’17 Clinic that welcomed more than 300 Hoosier farmers. The event featured a number of technical sessions as well as a keynote from Farm Journal agronomist Missy Bauer.
About Reynolds Farm Equipment
Reynolds Farm Equipment is a regional John Deere dealership with seven locations throughout the Midwest. In addition to serving agricultural, residential, commercial, construction and golf and turf customers from its locations, Reynolds operates a number of eCommerce sites to provide parts online. Learn more at www.ReynoldsFarmEquipment.com.