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Repair Shop On Wheels
This boom-equipped service truck provides farmers a lift when machinery breaks down
Edge Yields Upward
Neatness counts to maximize yield on outside corn rows.
Tailgate Talk, Utility Tractors Hit the Road
John Deere utility tractors hit the road, What a Day!: Jackknifed, and Stat Rack: Guinness World Record wheat harvest
Editor's Notebook: For the Next 100 Years
My husband's parents are octogenarians (a fancy word that means people who are 80 years old).
Idle Electric Motor, Storage Flip-Flop, Three in One
Case IH Magnum Tractors, John Deere Manure Spreaders, Bobcat compact tractors, New Holland Combines, Club Car Utility Vehicles
Brabec won his Bobcat 250 welder/generator in 2006, in the first Welding University drawing sponsored by Farm Journal and Miller Electric Manufacturing Company.
Corn Navigator: Pick Your Hybrid
Simple solutions to choosing genetics that fit your farm
One Click Cover Crop Info
A new booklet and decision-making tool and an updated reference guide reach farmers via the Internet
Round and Round the Hay Field We Go
Banishing earworm and a new nitrogen fix
In 2009, our cost of production for corn should be roughly 54¢ per bushel less than with conventional tillage
Leave a Legacy Survey
The Race to Capitol Hill
Democrats sense Senate control is within grasp
Rewriting the Global Playbook
Unprecedented actions by financial policymakers
A Sweet Idea
Sorghum holds new promise as a source of ethanol
Guest Commentary: Betrayed by Our Conservation Partners
It saddens me to see a conservation program as successful as CRP hijacked.
Away in the Manger
Handy feeder corrals round hay bales
Trick Your ATV
Add-ons rev up the utility of your all-terrain vehicle
With pricey fertilizer, act early and consider all your options
Bio-Oil Heats Up
A new biofuels source gains interest
Welder for field and shop, new John Deere mower decks and more!
Sweet potatoes, new FFVs, Indiana''s ehanol output, and a new bioeconomy institute
Master Nitrogen Efficiency
Use these online tools and information to help maximize your nitrogen.
Field Notes: Tillage Spreadsheet
Use the following Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, courtesy of Ken Rulon, to plug in your costs to compare conventional tillage and no-till.
Remember the days when you applied additional units of nitrogen to account for leaching or denitrification? No longer—higher natural gas prices mean you need to hang on to every drop of nitrogen and its smart environmental stewardship.
Manure Value Spreadsheet
Use the "What is Manure Worth?" a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, to determine the viability of using manure as fertilizer on your farm.
More Info to Help You Navigate to High Soybean Yields
Ready for Anything
Find out what, in addition to parts, tires and an air compressor, the Henggelers carry in their shop on wheels.
The Legacy Survey
What do you need to write your success story, and how can we help? This is the purpose and the promise of the Farm Journal Legacy Project.
Bye-Bye Boll Weevil
Eradication efforts on track to reach 2010 goal
Outwit Three Soybean Killers
Here''s how to beat three serious yield robbers.
Zone in On Nitrogen
Master efficiency with all the tools
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