Choose from more than 15 one-hour seminars at the show. Don’t miss the new age swine production seminar on Nov. 2nd by Kelly Klober, poultry producer and NCR-SARE grant recipient, or the sustainable cropping systems presentation by NCR-SARE Professional Development Program Coordinator, Rob Myers, on the 3rd.
Nine short courses give you the opportunity to get in-depth information on topics ranging from raised bed gardening to mob grazing. Attend a Stock Dog Clinic at the fairgrounds before the trade show on October 31st.
The National Small Farm Trade Show & Conference(tm) is sponsored by Small Farm Today(r) and sustained by Missouri Department of Agriculture, NCAT-ATTRA, SARE (USDA-NIFA), and Truman State University.
Show times are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Before October 15th, preregistration is $8 for 1 day, $12 for 2 days, or $15 for all 3 days, allowing attendance of the trade show, seminars, demonstrations, exhibits, shows, meetings, and Farmer’s Forum. Three-hour short courses are an additional $25 each. To register, call Small Farm Today at 800-633-2535, write National Small Farm Show, 3903 W Ridge Trail Rd, Clark MO 65243, or see http://www.smallfarmtoday.com for more information.