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Why Land Values Are Not Falling

3 months 2 weeks ago
Many signs pointed to a crash. Multiple years of low farm profitability, the upward trajectory of interest rates and a rise in farmers exiting the profession were just a few of the indicators suggesting farmland values would drop. Yet that’s not reality.
Julianne Johnston

Drought Stricken Crops You Didn't See In South Dakota

3 months 2 weeks ago
A big reason data from the Farm Journal Midwest Crop Tour is comparable to previous years is because of consistency. Scouts always travel the same routes, but pick fields at random.  In South Dakota, scouts only take samples in the southeast corner of the state. But this year, the we [...]
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Cow-Calf Producers Take Harvey's Hit

3 months 2 weeks ago
While Hurricane Harvey’s path hit largely populated areas (more than 2.3 million people live in Houston alone), more than 1.2 million beef cows also call the 54 counties that were declared a disaster area home. 
Julianne Johnston

Tractor Tales: Farmall H

3 months 2 weeks ago
While there isn’t anything rare about a Farmall H, there is something unique about Steve Trebesch’s piece of equipment. 
Roger Bernard

Climate Corporation Expands FieldView Features

3 months 2 weeks ago
Farmers using the Climate FieldView platform will soon have access to more field fertility information, seeding information and yield analysis. The company says this will help farmers tailor agronomic decisions by zone to save resources and optimize crop yields. The additional features are set to a [...]
Julianne Johnston

A Farm Kid’s Perspective

3 months 2 weeks ago
I have incredible pride in our agricultural landscapes, communities, and way of life.  But, I regret the environmental damage caused by agriculture’s footprint. ​
Tom Buman

Harvey Hits the Texas Cotton Crop

3 months 2 weeks ago
Harvey made landfall in an area of Texas where cotton growers expected record yields. Many gins there expecting to break their own records are far as ginning bales this year. After the storm, some cotton gins may not operate for the rest of the season.
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