2014 Annual High Plains No-Till Conference


26th Annual High Plains No-Till Conference

Feb. 4-5, 2014
Burlington Community Center
340 S. 14th Street
Burlington CO 80807

Registration: $160
egistration is closed.

> For general conference information, please visit the Conference Overview page.

What We Do

The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association (CCTA) was founded in 1988 to serve the needs of farmers searching for new ways to diversify their farms and better utilize their resources.

CCTA is a non-profit organization serving all the States in the High Plains Region. It is a collaboration of experienced farmers working with industry and University and Agricultural Agency personnel whose goal is to spread research and on-farm gained information.

Through this organization farmers have been able to utilize new technologies and techniques to enhance their overall economic position. Read More >

CCTA Journal

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2014 Journal

Upcoming Events

  • Millet Check-Off Discussion at High Plains No-Till Conference

    Feb. 4, 2014
    The Colorado Conservation Tillage Association will host a Millet Growers Association and Check-off discussion during the 2014 High Plains No-Till Conference. Dipak Santra, millet researcher and conference speaker, will be in attendance to answer questions about millet breeding and the needs to advance that cause. Also in attendance will be Tim Larson from the CO Department of Ag. This initial discussion is only open to attendees of the High Plains No-Till Conference.

  • Crop Management Seminar

    Feb. 6, 2014, 9am - 4pm
    Dr. David Sassville and James Hoorman will be featured speakers at the 2014 Crop Management Seminar held in Burlington, CO on February 6, 2014. Only $100 per person, includes lunch and materials. Registration at 8:00 AM.

Other Events


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