Jul 23, 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

  • Progress as Promised on Multi-Hybrid Planters
    Kinze Manufacturing provides updates to work on its concept planter, which is expected to have limited production for the spring 2015 planting season.
  • Ethanol Outlook Brightens
    New forecasts for the U.S. ethanol industry paint a far brighter picture than those in recent months that called for production to pretty much flat line.
  • Agweb Radio: Opening Commentary 7-23-14
    John Garrity of Roach Ag Marketing says the funds are still a little long. Producers are still unwilling to sell at these prices. The next report could be a concern.

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