The latest and greatest technology isn’t always best
Soybean cousin searches for a place on U.S. farmland
Now that tax season has come and gone, it’s out of sight, out of mind.
What’s around the corner when the world uses more water than it has
Add-ons bring convenience and dollars back to your pocket
Rough ground and odd-shaped fields might increase the value
Understand loss factors on your fields to prevent nutrients from escaping
What you see on the cornerpost display in a combine cab isn’t necessarily what’s going on inside the combine.
In order to tackle the challenges facing agriculture today, it’s critical producers carefully balance the teeter-totter of short- and long-term debt.
As days get shorter and the air begins to cool, it’s a sure sign harvest is nearing.
Digging dirt on the planet’s most prized fungus
Step back and make a strategy for paying bills when there’s not enough to cover them
Illegal spraying carries heavy consequences
Consider these six tips to get the most from technology
Farmers report mixed precipitation
Farmland is one of the best places to find meteorites
A hidden, nocturnal world of insect suppression
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For three years, used farm equipment values have struggled to find a footing—but it finally happened.
It is a well-documented fact that 65% of all family businesses fail after two generations, and 90% fail after three generations.
There are many potential advantages of collaborative farm business models, all intended to capture economies of scale, reduce costs, improve asset utilization, access greater management and technical expertise, or obtain market access.
The 2016 U.S. general election occurs Tuesday, Nov. 8, and while there has been relatively little discussion of specific farm policy issues by either candidate, they have weighed in on a number of matters of importance to farmers throughout the campaign so far.
I’m just going to come out and say it: storing unpriced grain could be one of the biggest mistakes farmers make this year.
I am a picky television consumer. I do research, check trends and read reviews.
The European Union (EU) commission has been busy. At the end of July, the group approved three new soybean trait event stacks for food and feed use—Monsanto’s Roundup Ready 2 Xtend and Vistive Gold soybeans and Bayer/MS Technologies’ Balance GT soybeans.
It seems like we spend a lot of time these days encouraging you to try to wring every last drop of value from each acre, hoping that strategic management practices, along with a dash of good fortune, will carry you through a tough year.
Preview of new machinery
Read about ideas farmers have designed to make their jobs easier