Cover crops can take up nitrogen from manure applications. Key is to plant covers early, and use the right application equipment.
Soil Health Partnership has four years of data showing that cover crop adoption, reduced tillage, and advanced nutrient management pay off.
A Jan. 11 farmland sale of 607 acres in Vermillion, Champaign, and Douglas counties, Illinois, drew big bids from a wealth of bidders. Also, we track a sale in Iowa.
After a year of in-field testing, SmartAg’s AutoCart should be ready in time for the fall 2019 harvest.
At the annual Kansas Soybean Expo in Topeka, Kansas, soybean producers learned about needed waterway infrastructure, collaborative research and 100-bushel per acre soybeans.
Senator Pat Roberts (R-KS), said he will retire from the Senate in 2020.
Missouri ag leaders are studying the feasibility of starting a wheat grower’s association.
Shawn Conley, soybean specialist, says farmers have adhered to a longstanding set of soybean production principles that appear logical. But some of these principles are – well, myths.
Dicamba-resistant pigweeds already? It’s possible, says Larry Steckel, weed specialist at the University of Tennessee.
Farmers Business Network’s flagship conference, Farmer2Farmer, was held in Omaha December 12-14. It had networking, education, and plenty of FBN.