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Interpreting information could be the key to solving the mysteries that lie within your fields.
Enter any farmer veterans you know in the Successful Farming® From Fighter to Farmer Contest.
The August issue of Successful Marketing offers prices targets to eye.
USDA's Crop Progress shows much improved planting speeds
The corn, soybean, wheat and sorghum world is based deep in the heart of Texas this week with the convening of 2014 Commodity Classic in San Antonio. Technology, agronomy, policy and more are taking center stage as the national commodity groups for those crops gather to take stock of their industry and look ahead to the next year and the critical issues and conditions they'll face. See some of Agriculture.com's coverage of the proceedings and events this week.
See all the latest reports from Agriculture.com editors at 2012 Commodity Classic.
This morning, show goers were served a quick, 5-minute appetizer to the entrée exhibitors would be featuring at the show. So what’s on the plate for farmers? Dig in to these quick reads on what’s new, and come back for seconds as we deliver more in-depth reports throughout the show.
Topcon Precision Agriculture
Justin Jones with Topcon debuted the company’s new AGI-4 receiver/steering controller. The all-in-one controller eliminates the need for another box inside the cab by integrating everything into one system. Benefits include:
Hog confinements, poultry barns, shops, and homes are about to see a spike in propane bills. Extreme cold weather the past few weeks caused propane to make an insane price jump to $4.00+ this week.
The past 24 hours has produced a history-making storm system in the Midwest, and its effects are not over with for the region just yet. Both Wisconsin and Minnesota set new all-time records for lowest barometric pressure ever recorded. At International Falls, the pressure dropped to 956 millibars (previous record was just above 962 millibars), or the type of pressure that one often sees in a CAT-3 strength hurricane.