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Top Forage Winter Wheat By: 04/07/2014 @ 1:55pm

Willow Creek forage winter wheat, an awnless variety developed at Montana State University, offers benefits to Northern livestock growers.Like other fall-seeded winter…

Topdress Wheat by Feekes Growth Stage 5 By: 04/01/2014 @ 12:42pm

Winter wheat in the Central Plains has been slower than usual to break dormancy, thanks to colder than normal temperatures this winter. Now that the crop is…

Good stewardship = Great premiums? By: 03/07/2014 @ 3:07pm

Melvin Hall makes the final adjustments on the 54-foot single-pass no-till air drill he’s using to directly seed hard…

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Top secrets: 100-bushel wheat By: 03/07/2014 @ 2:35pm

To be honest, all growers don’t get 100 bushels an acre. In the whole state of Kentucky, the average yield is just about 80 bushels. But if you want to have a chance of placing in the Kentucky state wheat…

5 ways to produce winning wheat yields By: 03/07/2014 @ 2:28pm

Over the past 25 years, brothers Brad and Chuck Minton, Hopkinsville, Kentucky, have been able to produce record wheat yields. New technology has enabled them to triple their wheat yields to an average of 80…

Will winter wheat survive the cold? By: 02/07/2014 @ 11:04am

The recent cold temperature stint and harsh winter weather has sure taken a toll on us, but how about the winter wheat?The big question is will winter wheat be injured or survive the low temperatures between…

Wheat champ pushes yields By: 12/18/2013 @ 7:50am

Winter wheat is a crop that many farmers tend to plant and forget. One Kansas farmer, however, finds that winter wheat can respond to higher management levels, even in dry years. “Wheat is the toughest crop…

U.S now Brazil's #1 wheat supplier By: 12/12/2013 @ 3:12pm

Wheat prices have been steadily rising over the last few months. If realized, increased purchases from Brazil could provide more upside for U.S. wheat prices.  On an annual basis, Brazil consumes roughly…

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