Roots take center stage at Beck’s Field Show in Illinois!

Beck’s is showcasing industry-leading experts as the host of the 2023 Central Illinois Field Show!

Beck’s Hybrids is hosting Field Shows across the Midwest to showcase industry-leading experts to farmers throughout the month of August.

This week, they were in El Paso, Illinois, for the Central Illinois Field Show. RFD-TV’s Tammi Arender was on location to catch up with some specialists to talk about Beck’s vision looking at 2023 and beyond.

Beck’s Field Shows shows provide agriculturalists with new ideas and actionable steps for farm management, while also providing food and activities for the entire family.

At each event, industry experts will share insights on improving farming operations and profitability through innovations in root structure, row width, and fertility.

For more information about the Field Days or about Beck’s, CLICK HERE.

Videos: Beck’s Hybrids Field Shows
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