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Deere Announces Allied Distribution agreement with 360 Yield Center

first_img Facebook Twitter By Gary Truitt – Jun 7, 2016 Deere Announces Allied Distribution agreement with 360 Yield Center SHARE Facebook Twitter Previous articleClosing CommentsNext articleOil Tops $50 Gary Truitt R4045 Sprayer: Deere’s new allied distribution agreement with 360 Yield Center broadens application technology on Deere sprayers and toolbars.Deere & Company (NYSE: DE) has entered a multi-national allied distribution agreement with 360 Yield Center to sell and support 360 Y-DROP® and 360 UNDERCOVER® application products through the John Deere dealer channel in the U.S. and Canada. “This innovative application technology from 360 Yield Center,” says John May, president, agricultural solutions and chief information officer, John Deere, “helps to improve timing and placement of nutrients with John Deere and Hagie application equipment, including self-propelled sprayers and toolbars. John Deere dealers will be able to provide sales and service support for these application products to help producers apply in-season nitrogen and plant health products where and when it’s needed.”With the recent announcement by Deere of the joint venture with Hagie Manufacturing to sell and service Hagie high-clearance sprayers, the distribution agreement with 360 Yield Center will bring more alignment and innovative technology to the Deere and Hagie sprayer line-up.“Demand for the 360 Yield Center nitrogen utilization products is tremendous. That’s why we are pleased with this allied distribution agreement with Deere,” says Gregg Sauder, president, 360 Yield Center. “We can now service and support more customers through the broadest dealer network in the U.S. and Canada. We have had a successful marketing partnership with Hagie and we are excited to extend this relationship to John Deere, their dealers, and their self-propelled sprayer and nutrient applicator line-up.”The following 360 Yield Center application products will be sold and supported by John Deere dealers in the near future:360 Y-DROP gives farmers a wider window of application and more control over when and where to apply nitrogen and other nutrients to their crops. The unique design allows farmers to apply full-season nitrogen – even up to tassel – with precision placement and variable rate application.360 UNDERCOVER helps farmers protect crops from late-season disease and insect infestations. It uses multidirectional spray nozzles and slides easily under the canopy so farmers can target fungicides, insecticides and nutrients exactly where needed for better product efficacy and improved crop health.“John Deere now offers a more comprehensive application equipment line-up with the latest technology to help growers and commercial operators apply efficiently and accurately in all crop conditions,” says May. “Add to that our precision ag and data management technologies with the industry-leading support and service from our dealers, we’ve got an unmatched value proposition for our customers.” SHARE Home Indiana Agriculture News Deere Announces Allied Distribution agreement with 360 Yield Centerlast_img read more

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SGA gives first-year students a say

first_imgElizabeth Campbell Previous articleSGA to host football watch party in Campus CommonsNext articleCity Council approves water rate hike Elizabeth Campbell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Twitter Linkedin Breakdown: Cambridge Analytica, information warfare Linkedin printFirst-year students who want a say in how to spend $730,000 might want to consider joining the Student Government Association (SGA).As a member of either the House of Student Representatives or Frog Aides, first-year students can affect how the SGA’s budget is spent through either drafting legislation, or planning events on campus.“SGA is a great way to get a feel for everything that is going on campus because we have such a large part in legislation and funding different organizations,” senior elections and regulations officer Morgan Bailie said. “You really get a feel for just everything that is going on.”Applications to run for Class of 2019 representative are due Friday at 11:59 p.m. and elections are on Sept. 14. Applications can be found on the SGA website.As a representative for the Class of 2019, first-year students would attend weekly house meetings on Tuesday nights, serve on a specific committee in SGA, and draft and propose legislation of their own said Bailie.“Working on legislation that their peers want to see happen on campus is what we really strive to do,” Bailie said.Bailie said there is a specific type of person who she thinks would do the best as a representative.“People who just really want to see change happen and are willing to make that happen,” Bailie said. “People who are really excited about TCU, and passionate and want to see it improve.”Erin Mulkey, Frog Aides co-director and junior accounting major, said she also likes the opportunity SGA offers students in the future.“If you don’t know what you want to do at TCU it’s a good place to start,” Mulkey said. “We have so many random organizations we’re in, so if someone is interested in something there’s a good chance someone on exec has done that or knows someone that has done it.”Applications for Frog Aides, a first-year leadership development program, are due Monday 11:59 p.m. and after an interview process, invitations to join the program are expected to be sent out on Sept. 20. Applications can also be found on the SGA website.“It’s probably more similar to what they did in student council than the typical House of Representatives,” senior co-director Blake Tilley said. “It’s more focused on developing the Frog Aides as leaders.”Students who are part of Frog Aides will attend weekly meetings on Tuesday nights where they will focus on developing their personal leadership skills, plan events for the fall, and decide as a class what larger event they want to put on in the spring said Mulkey.As part of the Frog Aide application process, applicants are expected to give a short presentation that tells something about themselves said Tilley.“If what you did in high school was choir and played guitar in Potbelly’s then come in and do that because that’s who you are,” Tilley said. “Creativity doesn’t necessarily give you points, but it gives you points if it shows who you are.”First-year students can also apply to fill one of the other four vacant house seats from the Honors College (two seats), the College of Science and Engineering, and the College of Education. All applications can be found on the SGA website. TCU Frog Camps returning to more traditional look this summer CRES negotiates move to interdisciplinary unit amid student resistance WATCH: Former Chief of Staff for Obama talks Trump administration, Democrats, liberal arts education Facebook Facebook The College of Science and Engineering Dean, Phil Hartman, retires after 40 consecutive years center_img Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ + posts Elizabeth Campbell is executive editor of TCU 360 and a senior journalism and political science double major. When not in the newsroom, she’s thinking about the news while probably watching TCU football or being a history nerd. Send her a tip if you have a story to share! Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Twitter ReddIt Alumna joins ‘Survivor’ reality show in quest for a million dollars ReddIt TCU places second in the National Student Advertising Competition, the highest in school history Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/ Elizabeth Campbellhttps://www.tcu360.com/author/elizabeth-campbell/last_img read more

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Cycle mania raises charity cash

first_imgTwitter WATCH: “Everyone is fighting so hard to get on” – Pat Ryan on competitive camogie squads Previous articleGAA – Weekend results from Limerick GAANext articleAfter Dark – Summer screening of Mamma Mia Bernie Englishhttp://www.limerickpost.ieBernie English has been working as a journalist in national and local media for more than thirty years. She worked as a staff journalist with the Irish Press and Evening Press before moving to Clare. She has worked as a freelance for all of the national newspaper titles and a staff journalist in Limerick, helping to launch the Limerick edition of The Evening Echo. Bernie was involved in the launch of The Clare People where she was responsible for business and industry news. Print Email MORE than 160 cyclists were resting their weary limbs at the weekend after undertaking a 110km round trip straddling Clare and Galway in the Aer Lingus Charity Cycle out of Shannon Airport, which raised €10,000 for Shannon Group’s designated charities.Cyclists from Clare, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Limerick, Tipperary and Wicklow geared up for the event at Shannon on Saturday morning, having been set off on their merry after the starter flag was raised by Rose of Clare Leah Kenny and Shannon Group Chairman Rose Hynes just after 9:00am.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up And in a new addition this year to the popular charity cycle, another 100 participated in relays on static bicycles at Shannon Airport to help raise additional donations, among them airport employees, airport passengers and local businesses.The cycle, now in its third year, is organised by Shannon Group staff in aid of their designated charities, which this year are the Irish Children’s Arthritis Network (iCAN) and Abalta Special School. NewsCycle mania raises charity cashBy Bernie English – July 25, 2016 857 Limerick’s National Camogie League double header to be streamed live Limerick Ladies National Football League opener to be streamed live Linkedincenter_img Predictions on the future of learning discussed at Limerick Lifelong Learning Festival RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Limerick Artist ‘Willzee’ releases new Music Video – “A Dream of Peace” WhatsApp Advertisement Facebook TAGSAer LingusairportcharitycyclelimerickShannon airport Billy Lee names strong Limerick side to take on Wicklow in crucial Division 3 clashlast_img read more

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Governor Wolf Stops in Western PA to Discuss Combatting Opioid Abuse (Round-Up)

first_img Round-Up,  Substance Use Disorder,  The Blog Yesterday, Governor Wolf made stops in western PA to discuss efforts to continue the fight against the epidemic of opioid abuse in the Commonwealth.In Pittsburgh, Governor Wolf and former Pittsburgh Steeler Franco Harris hosted a press conference to discuss the Wolf Administration’s new opioid prescribing guideline recommendations for orthopedics and sports medicine.“These new guidelines are a crucial part of our battle against the opioid crisis in Pennsylvania,” said Governor Wolf. “By partnering with health care professionals in the fields of orthopedics and sports medicine to reduce the overprescribing of opioid painkillers, we are working to reduce opioid abuse in one of the highest-risk groups – people who seek medical care due to injuries.”In the afternoon, the governor was in Ebensburg, Cambria County to host a roundtable discussion on opioid abuse in local communities. The discussion was attended by local leaders and law enforcement and focused on their perspectives to best continue the fight against opioid abuse.Combatting the opioid abuse epidemic continues to be a top priority for Governor Wolf and his administration.“Since becoming Governor, I’ve travelled around the commonwealth hearing stories from parents, friends, first responders, and community members about their firsthand experience with people who have fallen prey to this crisis,” said Governor Wolf. “We must continue to use every tool in our tool box to combat this crisis, and help those who are suffering from substance use disorders.”Take a look at the coverage below: Post-Gazette: Opioid addiction is a problem for athletes, and Pennsylvania has a planGov. Tom Wolf, flanked by Pro Football Hall of Famer Franco Harris and some of the leading doctors in the state, announced new guidelines Thursday meant to combat the number of overdose deaths from opioids that continue to escalate across the state. “This is a really important issue,” Wolf said Thursday at a news conference at UPMC Montefiore, spelling out the Pennsylvania Orthopedic Society’s guidelines for opioid prescriptions. “I’m not sure there is anyone in Pennsylvania who hasn’t known someone with an opioid addiction.”Tribune Democrat: WATCH VIDEO: ‘Take back our community’: Wolf, local leaders discuss opioid crisisGov. Tom Wolf sat down with a packed room of Cambria County leaders Thursday and started a roundtable discussion with a simple question about broad, far-reaching problem. “What can we at the state level do to help you battle this (opioid) epidemic?” he asked. During a 30-minute meeting inside a Central Cambria High School classroom, Cambria County elected officials, law enforcement officers and educators from the county’s rural central region had no shortage of suggestions.Altoona Mirror: Opioids focus of Wolf meetingCambria County Coroner Jeff Lees told Gov. Tom Wolf that when he talks to families of overdose victims, he learns they became addicted at a young age. Last year Wolf signed laws limiting the amount of prescription opioids prescribed to children because research has found abuse of prescription opioids leads to heroin addiction. That’s one of the actions being taken to address Pennsylvania’s opioid problem that kills hundreds in Pennsylvania each year.Associated Press: State’s orthopedic doctors introduce new opioid guidelinesDemocratic Governor Tom Wolf was at UPMC Montefiore in Pittsburgh on Thursday for the announcement of the new standards, which were designed to curb abuse of the powerful painkillers. Like Governor Tom Wolf on Facebook: Facebook.com/GovernorWolf By: Eryn Spangler, Press Assistant   SHARE  TWEETcenter_img SHARE Email Facebook Twitter Governor Wolf Stops in Western PA to Discuss Combatting Opioid Abuse (Round-Up) March 17, 2017last_img read more

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Essien captains Black Stars against Montenegro

first_imgMichael Essien will lead the Black Stars as Ghana debut their new away kit against Montenegro today in Podgorica. The AC Milan midfielder leads the team with regular captain, Asamoah Gyan starting from the bench. Adam Kwarasey starts in post for Ghana as Kwesi Appiah’s side begin their preparations for the FIFA World Cup at the Stadium Pod Goricum.  Kick off is at 1700 local time. Ghana line up Adam Kwarasey, Daniel Opare, David Addy, Jerry Akaminko, John Boye, Michael Essien, Christian Atsu, Agyemang Badu, Majeed Waris, Jordan Ayew Mubarak Wakaso.  Subs Stephen Adams, Asamoah Gyan, Kevin-Prince Boateng, Sulley Muntari, Samuel Inkoom, Jonathan Mensah, Albert Adomah, Kwadwo Asamoah, Andre Ayewlast_img read more

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