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Southwest Kansas

Bottom Line Conference

August 22 August 23

The 2024 Bottom Line Conference will be held Thursday and Friday, August 22 – 23. The Conservation Districts from Kearny County, Hamilton County, Finney County, Grant County, Greeley County, Wichita County, Stanton County, Stevens County, Haskell County, Seward County, and Scott County have all partnered together to bring farmers and ranchers together to learn about the benefits of soil health and water conservation in a dry climate.

The Bottom Line Conference will take a comprehensive look at techniques and systems that will improve bottom lines, soil production and profits in the drier Southwest Kansas climate. We promise a number of expert speakers that have decades of success through real-world practice and experience. There is no better time than NOW to learn all we can about soil health.

Here’s some of the Topics, Strategies, and Insights you’ll discover at the 2024 Bottom Line Conference:

  • Soil health, function, and productivity
  • Water holding capacity of various soils
  • Organic matter and water infiltration
  • Increasing profits by augmenting organic matter
  • Operation strategies for less inputs and more profits
  • Holistic farm management and financial planning
  • Grazing management strategies for better soils, livestock productivity, watershed function and more!
1482 Road R
Lakin, Kansas 67860 United States