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Helping Farmers Invest in Technology By: 10/16/2014 @ 3:04pm

Word of mouth can be a powerful marketing tool, especially in a farming community. “Coffee shops are great,” says Ben Flansburg. “My brother, sister, and I started…

Data-Driven Future By: 08/08/2014 @ 2:59pm

Sandy, clay, or loamy. Know what soil types exist within your fields with a soil data layer feature from FarmLogs.The…

Last-Minute Tech Maneuvers for Harvest By: 08/08/2014 @ 3:38pm

What's your game plan? Since many input decisions are made based on product performance, accurately measuring and…

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RemoteView provides instant visibility to multiple decision makers By: 08/28/2014 @ 9:28am

The latest version of Precision Planting's FieldView app is now available in the app store.“Most farm operations have multiple decision makers,” says Kyle Plattner, lead user interface designer for…

Raven Introduces Precise, Consistent Nozzle Control System By: 08/13/2014 @ 7:51am

The Applied Technology Division of Raven Industries has introduced Hawkeye, a pressure-based nozzle control system that provides precise, accurate application across the entire sprayer boom."Our customers are…

Four Common Questions About Yield Monitors By: 08/08/2014 @ 3:55pm

Matt Darr, Associate Professor, Iowa State University, answers frequently asked questions about yield monitors. Q: Do I need to calibrate my yield monitor if I’m just looking to compare relative…

Decisions from Yield Data By: 08/08/2014 @ 3:48pm

You probably use your yield monitor data differently than your neighbor. For Jim Braddock, there are two areas he focuses on: evaluating hybrids and managing zones.• Evaluating hybrids. “I split my 16-row…

Testing a Hydraulic Down-Pressure System By: 08/08/2014 @ 12:13pm

With about 500 acres of corn and soybeans divided between the Missouri River bottom near Percival, Iowa, and the rolling hills north of Sidney, Randy Grudle and his son, Erik, deal with a wide range of soil…

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