Jul 22, 2014
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5 New Reasons to Attend Corn College

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Why You Can’t Miss A July Legacy Project Workshop

Your farm’s succession plan is important, but it is hard to make it urgent. You can do just that by attending a Farm Journal Legacy Project Workshop later this month. MORE>

Upper Hand for Soybeans

The environment is a driving factor when building soybean yield components and managing pests.  MORE>

Rotation Remix

Corn takes a back seat to other crops MORE>

Sorghum Steps Up

Genetic engineering has made water-stingy, sorghum-based forages more productive, with feeding qualities that rival corn MORE>


Agriculture News

  • Listen to What Your Soils Say This Season
    Soils have a lot to tell you. How well you listen could mean the difference between producing a low-yielding corn crop or growing one for the record books.
  • Apps March Into Farmland
    Apps allowing growers to scout acreage at friendly price – free.
  • AgWeb Radio: Closing Commentary 7-21-14
    Nate Smith of The Gulke Group says the technicals indicate we are oversold, but the prices are expected to remain low. Expected high yields and limited demand is the major price influence..

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