The show will go on, but it’ll be a couple of days later.
Early 580 WIBW forecasts from longtime reputable weatherman Dave Relihan call for severe snow and wind on February 4, 2014, with increasing intensity throughout the afternoon and evening.
Kelly Lenz, 580 WIBW farm director, decided early Monday morning to reschedule the first 580 WIBW Farm Profit Conference this year, so nobody gets stranded due to the inclement conditions, and so the crowd attending the educational and entertaining program remains large.
“Fortunately, all of the speakers, the building and the caterer were able to change their plans, too. We’re having the seminar on Thursday, Feb. 6, 2014, at the Lyndon High School, located at 421 East Sixth Street in Lyndon, with the doors opening at 5:30, supper at 6 o’clock, and the program begins at 6:45,” Lenz said.
In a most anticipated presentation, lead-off and repeat speaker will be Mary Knapp, climatologist at Kansas State University, who will give “The 2014 Weather Outlook.”
Representing Frontier Farm Credit, Tony English is to review “The 2014 Ag Outlook: A Financial Services Perspective.”
Widely-known, well-respected and a regular on 580 WIBW agriculture programs, Tom Leffler of Leffler Commodities will answer the question “Where Do Farm Prices Go From Here?”
Again, the supper and program are free, but reservations are required, although they are still open through Wednesday noon, Feb. 5. These can be made by calling the Frontier Extension District at 785-828-4438, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.