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Dashboards By: 10/01/2012 @ 11:26am

Imagine driving a grain truck down a steep grade into the Ohio River Valley without a speedometer. If the brakes and transmission work, you can do it, of course. But…

Livestock Management software - There is an App for That! By: 10/28/2013 @ 7:03pm

Mobile is becoming a significant part of a rancher’s daily life.  At the Farm show or just into town, ranchers…

sabaragroseeds By: 05/24/2013 @ 11:00pm

Sabar Agro Seeds has been involved in contract seed production for over 25 years. With this wealth of experience and…

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New Slingshot® API Implementation with ZedX, Inc. By: 04/26/2013 @ 1:46pm

We are excited about this new Slingshot API implementation with ZedX, Inc, a leader in agricultural information technology solutions.  With this implementation, the users Slingshot data is now transmitted…

Minimize input angst By: 09/05/2012 @ 2:36pm

The USDA 2012 Farm Sector Income Forecast projects total production expenses will rise $12.5 billion (3.9%) to $333.8 billion. While not as large as the increase in 2011, it's still an increase. This…

Payroll software pays off By: 12/06/2011 @ 10:42am

Processing payroll is an increasingly complex task in a farm business. Computerized software is a basic tool for paying employees and filing taxes. Payroll data also is becoming a critical resource in business…

Head of the class By: 02/28/2011 @ 11:15am

Financial management isn't something farmers can master in school and then simply rest on their laurels. Owning and operating a small business requires continuing education.That's why Janet and Jerry…

Profit manager expands tool kit By: 01/12/2011 @ 1:58pm

Chris Barron needed a better handle on pinpointing his costs and maximizing profits.Barron, who farms near Rowley, Iowa, knew that managing costs was a key factor in achieving profits.“I was looking…

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