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Managing Compaction with Auto Guidance By: 01/30/2015 @ 4:42pm

Most producers look at an automated steering system as a way to reduce overlap and fatigue while conserving fuel, crop inputs, and labor. Fortunately, Tim McGreal, who…

Outback Guidance Auto Steer By: 02/02/2015 @ 11:15am

If you ask a grower which precision ag technology is most likely to impact his or her bottom line, more often than not…

Here's a Way to use Crop Inputs More Efficiently By: 02/06/2015 @ 1:45pm

When it comes to precision farming, Marc Hasenick has a unique problem. Winters aren’t long enough, he claims, to…

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Self-Aware Iron: Someday Your Tractor Will Drive Itself By: 02/06/2015 @ 3:47pm

The old adage, “A tool is only as smart as its operator,” may be going bye-bye in the near future. That’s because the digital technology world is starting to move from automation to full-on…

Shrink Tech Spending by Buying Used Equipment By: 02/02/2015 @ 12:20pm

Cutting costs with used technology can be a potential savings, but you have to be aware of what you are getting and weigh the costs and benefits.“Used cabling is almost never a good idea; it can be damaged…

Precision Planting Announces Row-By-Row Insecticide Control By: 01/22/2015 @ 11:25am

At Precision Planting’s annual winter conference the company introduced vDrive Insecticide, a more precise metering and control system for granular insecticide application on planters.The idea was inspired…

Beck’s Flo-Rite™ Seed Firmer Study By: 01/12/2015 @ 11:00pm

Beck’s Hybrids PFR program conducts more than 75 different studies across multiple locations (500+ acres) to learn how different management practices and new…

Water-Monitoring Project By: 01/05/2015 @ 10:04am

How much fertilizer is going out of the tile drain? Kent Bartholomay wants to know.Doyle Johannes wonders if phosphates and nitrates from his feedlot go into the Missouri River watershed. Both are voluntary…

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