Columbia, Missouri (PRWEB) September 18, 2006
In conjunction with Small Farm Today, U.S. Soil, Inc. is pleased to announce Joel Salatin speaking at the 14th National Small Farm Trade Show & Conference, November 4-6. He will be presenting two half day short courses.
The first, Pasturing Livestock, focuses on his experience with Free Range Chicken and the importance of open grazing and pasturing. Mr. Salatin is accredited with starting the Free Range Chicken movement and spearheading change throughout the industry. The second, How to Go From a Backyard Operation to a White Collar Salary, focuses on building agricultural operations so farmers and ranchers can do what they love in a complex economy without having to support their passion with unrelated jobs.
A dynamic speaker, Joel Salatin speaks around the United States at conferences and trade shows. He is the expert in the field of organic and sustainable agriculture. Being a small farmer himself, Joel is thrilled to speak at the Small Farm Conference. An avid user of Planters II, he believes U.S. Soil’s Guest Speaker program will allow him to promote sustainable agriculture at trade shows he traditionally would not be able to attend. To attend the 14th National Small Farm Trade Show & Conference contact Small Farm Today magazine at 800-633-2535. Early registration ends September 30th.
U.S. Soil would like to invite individuals attending the conference to a free meeting with Joel Salatin the night of November 3rd along with representatives from U.S. Soil. Signups will be conducted at their booth in the exhibition center on a first come first serve basis. Spots will be held for new dealers and distributors.
About US Soil, Inc.
Established in 1947, US Soil works tirelessly to promote sustainable agriculture and the use of a bioactive mineral foundation. Their flagship product, Planters II, is a registered, 100% natural mineral fertilizer that is plant available and bioactive. Many call it the hidden treasure of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. By working with U.S. Soil, clients are working with an organization that they can build a solid foundation on. For more information visit U.S. Soil at http://www.ussoil.net or contact them via phone at 1877-2US-SOIL.