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Every corn state besides Indiana is behind last year’s planting pace at this point, according to the USDA’s weekly Crop Progress Report.
When it comes to passing on the farm to the next generation, the process can’t start soon enough.
Will it be wetter than normal or hotter than normal? Maybe both.
Those frustrated by constant precipitation in the Midwest and Corn Belt will get a roughly four-day break, says Dale Mohler of Accuweather.
Sukup Manufacturing Co. is expanding its building product line with the acquisition of Pennsylvania-based SBC Building Systems.
A properly ballasted tractor can make all the difference in implement performance and cost savings.
Until the second half of April, maybe even as late as April 20, rainfall and thunderstorms will be widespread and frequent.
When the OIG audited the beef checkoff program in 2010, the Organization for Competitive Markets (OCM) was skeptical. A long, complicated FOIA case ensued.
If advocating for technology in agriculture means being called “radical,” Rob Saik will take the personal attack.