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Here's How to Keep Pests From Being an Unwelcome Surprise

22 hours 38 minutes ago
A pest boss—one member of a farm’s management team in charge of everything involving weeds, insects and diseases—earns his keep by preventing surprises. “That’s his job—to never be caught off guard,” says Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie. “A p [...]
Julianne Johnston

Six Steps to Efficient Nutrient Use

1 day 1 hour ago
Preventing fertilizer from leaving your fields lowers production cost while increasing yield. Oh yes—it also protects water resources. Sure, you’ve heard the warnings before, but it can be overwhelming to put nutrient management practices into motion. Start with these six steps to addre [...]
Roger Bernard

What's in Your Fuel Tank?

1 day 2 hours ago
With harvest in full swing, it’s time to ask yourself: What’s in your fuel tank? The answer may surprise you.
Cenex® fuel, lubricant and propane experts at CHS

A Farmer’s Story of Self-Driving

1 day 22 hours ago
Whenever I see one of those news reports on television about the struggle to invent self-driving cars, I have the same thought: What’s the big deal? I’ve had self-driving tractors on my farm for years.
Global Farmer Network

A New Vision for Value-Added Agriculture

1 day 23 hours ago
What does it mean to be noble? It’s about going above and beyond in pursuit of a moral purpose. What it is not is a series of individual traits that describe how something was made. Just because something is made with non-GMO or organic ingredients doesn't necessarily mean they treated their people [...]
Sara Hessenflow Harper

Iconic Green and Yellow Remain Property of Deere & Co.

2 days 20 hours ago
John Deere’s iconic green and yellow machinery colors are going to remain just that—John Deere’s, according to a U.S. District Court ruling in Paducah, Ky. Deere & Company had filed the lawsuit to prevent the use of its trademark color combination by FIMCO, Inc. The South [...]
Julianne Johnston

Saving Big Corn Yields: Reel and Ready

4 days 15 hours ago
Beaten by a day’s harvest by rain and wind, producer Scott Flowers lost 200 acres of his best corn. With a 260-plus bushel crop on the ground, it was time to bring in a corn reel.
Roger Bernard
20 hours 12 minutes ago
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