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Five-Generation Ranch Thrives on Agritourism & Sustainability By: 06/01/2015 @ 11:37am

During the winter of 2013/2014, the Angus cattle at Black Leg Ranch survived nearly the same way buffalo did before George Doan homesteaded the McKenzie, North Dakota…

Your Profit: Planting Time is Selling Time By: 04/21/2015 @ 1:37pm

This winter, I spoke at a conference in Brookings, South Dakota. After I wrapped up, a farmer walked up to the front…

How Cheaper Crude Oil Impacts U.S. Farm Profits By: 03/11/2015 @ 11:37am

At every seminar and webinar I did this winter, I was asked the same question: What will the price of crude do to…

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8 Ways to Make Your Landlord's Day By: 08/18/2015 @ 12:37pm

By Gil Gullickson  Andrew Fansler operates a thriving 4,600-acre grain operation near Shelbyville, Indiana. Fansler Farms grows soybean seed, conventional soybeans for export, and yellow and white…

Farm Rescue Helps 300th Family By: 03/06/2015 @ 3:57pm

Farm Rescue hit a milestone October 30, 2014, when volunteers deployed their mobile farm operation for the 300th time. Founded in 2006 by Bill Gross, a UPS pilot seeking a mission to feed his North Dakota farm…

Five Dangers Farmers Should Avoid During the Good Times By: 03/06/2015 @ 3:38pm

Five Dangers Farmers Should Avoid During the Good TimesFor the past several years, farming has been a very profitable venture for most. If your operation includes family members who have returned to the farm…

The Farm Transitions Toolkit: Helping Pass Farms to Next Generation By: 03/06/2015 @ 3:32pm

The potentially daunting process of transitioning a farm or ranch to the next generation of operators often gets weighed down by inertia and confusion.A new decision-making tool offers a blueprint for…

Spend Smart: 7 Key Inputs & How You Can Maximize Them By: 02/23/2015 @ 3:57pm

When Michael Boehlje was 8 years old, he accompanied his dad to the local sale barn to buy feeder cattle.“He had a little black book that he’d look at when he was bidding on cattle,” says the Purdue…

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