2018 High Plains No-Till Sponsored Breakout Sessions

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2018 Conference Emcee - Clay Patton

Clay PattonClay Patton was born and raised on the short grass of Eastern Colorado. Both of Clay's grandparents operated commercial cow calf operations while his folks worked as a state brand inspector asnd deputy county treasurer. It was in helping the family that Clay developed a passion for agriculture and rural america. After graduating high school Clay served as the State Sentinel for Colorado FFA. He then went on to become a certified auctioneer at the World Wide College of Auctioneering in Mason City Iowa. Following these adventure’s Clay studied agricultural economics; along with farm and ranch management at Colby Community College. It is here that Clay had the opportunity to go to work for KXXX and Kansas Farm and Ranch Radio. Since those first days as a board op Clay has since found a career that he hopes to continue long into the future.

Currently Clay is a farm broadcaster for 880 KRVN and the Rural Radio Network based out of Lexington NE. He also hosts a daily ag update for the Maryland News Network. Clay still holds that inborn fondness for agriculture and has found his niche in talking with producers and consumers alike through the power of radio.

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Workshop Speakers

We are currently accepting nominations for workshop speakers. If there is someone you would like us to contact please submit the request to the CCTA Coordinator. Thank you!

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A Quarter Century of Education

CCTA’s goal it so disseminate both local and national information on variables affecting optimum production such as: conservation tillage, water conservation, energy conservation, residue management, fertility, erosion control and maximum economic yield. As such, CCTA has spent a quarter of a century providing education to its members in all these areas.

You are invited to join us February 6-7, 2018 for the next CCTA Conference and help us us continue our education goal.