Bayer CropScience will kick-off this year's farm progress show by unveiling its first social instant win experience for growers, LibertyLink Real Yield Game. The new promotion enables growers to make a positive difference in the lives of students and win prizes.
Growers can visit www.realyieldgame.com, enter their location, and every time the game is played, Bayer CropScience will contribute to their local FFA.
"This is the perfect opportunity for growers to give back to their local community while playing for the chance to win incredible prizes," Joshua Remington, executive director of the Iowa FFA Foundation, said.
The game allows growers to virtually spray soybean fields with herbicide and see how the LibertyLink system controls weeds. Growers can instantly win a 2015 John Deere Combine or a one-year supply of LibertyLink soybeans and Liberty herbicide. Every player gets an entry to win a one-year lease on a 2015 John Deere Tractor.
The LibertyLink system is built upon a foundation of high-performing genetics, together with superior control even on tough weeds, reducing the costliness of weeds and providing growers with high yields now and long-term operational success.
Winners will be revealed in March, along with the total contribution to state FFAs, which will be capped at $50,000 nationally.
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