Missouri Farm Computer Users Conference

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February 15 & 16, 2019
Tan-Tar-A Resort, Osage Beach, MO
State Road KK (3 miles north of Hwy 54)

**2019 Registration Information**

If you are a farmer who wants to make more effective use of your computer on your farm, this conference is designed for you!

Topics are planned for both beginning and advanced users.
Demonstrations and discussion of computer technologies for farm applications are emphasized. Much of the conference consists of current farm users sharing experiences about computer applications they are using in their operations.

Bring your family!! Tan-Tar-A Resort, Golf Club, Marina and Indoor Waterpark has a lot to offer for everyone. There will be a special rate to the indoor waterpark for conference participants and their families. If the weather holds, the golfing can be good, too!

Topics Include
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Precision Ag Technologies
  • Spreadsheets
  • 3-D Printers
  • Drones
  • Camera Technologies
  • "Raspberry Pi"
  • Personalized Electronic Controllers
  • Weather Resources
  • Update on Farm Taxes
  • Security Issues
  • GIS Lab

    Schedule. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. February 15. Sessions begin at 5:30 p.m. and continue into the evening, begin again February 16 with an early breakfast and end early afternoon.

    Lodging. Rooms may be reserved at a a special conference rate for a single or double at the Tan-Tar-A Resort (800) 826-8272. Identify yourself as attending the Computers on the Farm Conference to get the reduced rate.

    Registration Fee of $125 includes meals and materials.

    Other Activities. Conference participants and their families can enjoy the indoor waterpark at a special rate.

    For more information, contact John Travlos at (573) 882-4827
    (e-mail: travlosj@missouri.edu).

    Sponsored by University of Missouri-Columbia
    College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources Department of Agricultural Economics ,
    and Format International, Inc.

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