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Successful Farming, February 2011

Agriculture.com Staff 01/28/2011 @ 10:00am

The February 2011 issue of Successful Farming magazine has hit mailboxes, and we've compiled many of the stories right here on Agriculture.com. Browse photo slideshows and read valuable insight for insight from our editors. And remember, you're always able to share your thoughts on topics ranging from machinery to marketing, production to technology over in Top Talk.

Winter learning

Beefing up a transition

Hybrid selection key for 2011

High bids for used high horsepower

A first-rate farm business

AC your shop?

Discharging battery myths

Material movers

And more:
Lessons at linneus
Mixing radishes and wheat
Super duty’s super tranny
Pinpoint wheat irrigation yields most for least
Dike it to dam costs
Digging deep for memories
Automatic feed mill
Air filter payback
All-in-one solutions
Grizzly gets some grit 
Right as rain
Diesel direct
Bobcat UTVs enter a new era
Guard your crops
3 new skid steer products
Spray that pays
Spruced-up sprayers
Smashing stalks
Prairie partners
Cows may hold the key to biofuels
Piggyback caddy floats over terraces
Flow monitors watch
Farm preps this pro
Take the long road home
Care for Alzheimer's patients
Cushion yourself
Using a market advisory service
Gadgets on the farm
Halt resistant weeds
More no-till benefit

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