Wyffels Corn Strategy Meeting 2018

Wyffels Corn Strategy Meeting 2018

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NASHVILLE, Tenn (RFD-TV) The nation’s growers gathered in Lovington, Illinois for this year’s Wyffels Corn Strategies Meeting, where they learn first hand about the latest innovations and technologies to help producers improve their bottom lines. 

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