2015 Farm Science Review
Show Manager, Chuck Gamble, gives a summary of the first day, and reasons to park the combine and check it out.
Commodity Classic Preview
Dan Looker previews the Agriculture.com coverage of the 2015 Commodity Classic in Phoenix, Arizona.be covering the general session on Friday February 27 where Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack is among the people who are expected to be speaking. We'll have reports. On line at agriculture dot com. During the session and afterwards. When I covered the are corn congress of the national corn growers association as well as the or conserving associations delegates session. I'll be watching to see what so farmers think are some of the
Tools of the Future
Get ready for the second annual Tools of the Future showcase! Most of Agriculture's greatest inventions begin on the farm, where farmer knowhow faciltates taking innovation to the field, shop, office, and barn. The event will take place on Monday, June 22, 2015 at the FFA Enrichment Center in
Carl Zulauf on the 2014 Farm Bill
Carl Zulauf played a key role in designing revenue programs for the 2008 and 2014 farm bills and is a national authority on ARC, or Agriculture Risk Coverage. ARC is one of two major programs farmers will be able to choose during the program signup process this winter. (The other is price losswhat the prices and yields and I've been -- -- news. V economic incentive is clearly to wait to make that decision. Because you know more information. Something might just happened to mark to affect your decision. So the economic incentive will be to. To wait to make that decision. And it's going to be interesting to see how the farms but everybody can't wait till last minute to make the decision. So it's going to be interesting to see how Farm Service Agency manages. The process. So that people can get signed up in a timely way. And yet. Understand that the financing that economic incentive will be to wait. But we all farmers can't wait to the last page to sign up we just gonna have to figure -- economy and it's a process to. Avoid that outcome where there is a very strong economic incentive to attack -- Debt amount of information that landlords will have will vary dramatically by landlords. There are some landlords that are
Gypsum Application at Farm Science Review
Cory Schurman from Gypsoil discusses the benefits of gypsum, both for improving soil quality and environmental benefits. Jordan Anderson reports from the 2014 Farm Science Review from London, Ohiodoing -- were scrubbing. The ticket high quality calcium and scrubbing the sulfur dioxide from the gasses from -- pools clean coal technology . That's what brought that out here today and we spread debt to brain -- spreader right here. And where they can variable
Nutrient Management by Manure Sampling
Amanda Douridas, an Agriculture & Natural Resources Extension Educator from The Ohio State University, discusses how manure sampling can assist producers on how much nutrients their crop needs and how to abide environmental concerns for over application.and determine why you wanna -- -- because you can't just get nitrogen phosphorus and potassium breaking yet. That micro nutrients as well. And then I am making sure they get a good representative sample . From there storage said this is why it when -- applying it's a lot easier to pull a representative sample . How I have very then. You might need to adjust your application. If you applied to little once you get that sample
Innovations Editor, Jessie Scott speaks to Ben Dillon about the new Tribine combine and grain cart at the 2013 AgConnect Expo. From Machinery Show #619, originally aired February 28, 2013.left. And the way we generate that return on investment. Is it reduces capital costs because in many cases we do not have to purchase. A green card and at two under harsh part tractor people. It reduces operating costs because you don't have talent operator who don't have but the diesel fuel in the tractor. And finally. Because we generate only two tracks for past. We have reduced compaction compared to a grain cart
Ted Schmidt with Precision Planting chats with Agriculture.com's Jessie Scott about the company's multi-hybrid planting system. Multi-hybrid planting capabilities are the focus of a lot of new products coming to market in the spring of 2014.student into the field. Good thing to come home endowed with the John Deere this year and we have to me bumpers. You can one million. But to -- -- -- homes like that's -- we're gonna be hybrid -- into one of the leaders hybrid beat him to get the Clinton eager to. What happens whenever he thought leaders -- this direction they're -- traveled the opposite direction definitely helped warm the seat next. So what that entails which is a central they'll planner has two -- accomplished in the center of it we put a hybrid and Angela slide. And be in the right slight change from bombings we can beat this multi hybrid -- if not we can put them right genetics. In the right spot at
Agriculture.com's Laurie Bedord chats with Precision Drone founder Aaron Sheller about how drones, or unmanned aerial systems, are changing his work as a farmer.the national farm machinery show with Karen -- precision drowned. Germans are hot topic this week and he has started a company that we're gonna learn more about parents could not sit on -- he got
Innovations Editor, Jessie Scott speaks to Christopher Girodat about the new Lexion combine at the 2013 AgConnect Expo. From Machinery Show #619, originally aired February 28, 2013.here to talk to us about the come by and new dynamic cooling system . That's what the new dynamic cooling system being disseminated. But doesn't -- and -- there. Pocket around -- machine. It's a nice. Clean air only above it sucking -- -- the radiator the readers how flat. -- increased more airflow through that machine going into the engine department and everything so it was a nice to meet future success. Chris can you tell us about the confines -- Peter how stressed. -- plots as the producers thinking in larger and larger. Topping our heads we also need to get a larger drive. Which now have a new larger 200 kilowatt drive which is giving about 200. And six feet artillery force powered down here which allowed to use those big -- on.