The Weatherlogics Webinar Series: The Science of Hailstorms

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Join Weatherlogics and Co-op Hail for a complimentary webinar where we will discuss the science behind hailstorms and how they affect your farm. With your registration, you will have a chance to win a subscription to Weatherlogics for 2022, and a gift bag from Co-op Hail!
Our expert speakers will discuss how hail affects Prairie farmers. Scott Kehler, President and Chief Scientist of Weatherlogics, will present the science of hailstorms and discuss some of the hail events from 2021. Murray Bantle, CEO of Co-op Hail will describe the 2021 hail season and what actions a farm operation can take to mitigate hail risk. 
Join us on October 27th at 10am SK time / 11am CDT for a complimentary webinar where we will cover:
  • An overview of hail events and how they form
  • How weather solutions can provide actionable tools to enhance crop management practices
  • How you can mitigate risk on the farm
  • How your crop reacts to hail damage
  • Q&A with the speakers
  • Receive CCA/CEU credits for attending the session
Are you an agronomist that is in need of CCA/CEU credits? This webinar is for you, as there will be one half credit available to those who attend the event!
Join Weatherlogics and Co-op Hail on October 27th at 10 am Saskatchewan time, 11 am CDT. 
Note-You must be in attendance to be eligible to win one of two prizes from Weatherlogics and Co-op Hail

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