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Farm Journal: December 2008


Magazine Features

  • Cotton Journal
    12/13/2008
    Pigweed is blowin'' in the wind
  • What Happens Now?
    12/13/2008
    Withcrops in the bin, farmers cast a wary eye on 2009
  • Freedom to Farm
    12/13/2008
    Iraqi farmers face infrastructure mountains to revitalize their agricultural industry
  • Welding Prize Package
    12/13/2008
    You could be one of three farmers to win high-tech welding products and exclusive welding training
  • Next Step in Precision Application
    12/13/2008
    The Mitchells strip-till applicator eliminates overlap and distributes fertilizer uniformly in the row
  • Machinery on the Move
    12/13/2008
    Strong equipment sales boost production
  • Virtual Auction
    12/13/2008
  • Positive Signs for Sorghum
    12/13/2008
    A checkoff and technology breakthroughs excite the industry
  • More Yield, More Residue
    12/13/2008
    20" rows pay, but no-till corn on corn raises residue concerns
  • Tobacco Looks Golden Again
    12/13/2008
    An old crop could be the best alternative to challenging times
  • In-Season Ideas
    12/13/2008
  • The New Century Farm
    12/13/2008
    A biofuel farm grows in Iowa
  • Trees in Corn and Bean Country
    12/13/2008
    Willow and poplar might work well in less productive areas
  • Troubled Waters
    12/13/2008
    This fall, multiple problems combined to make barge rates jump to 18-year high
  • No-Climb Nurse Trailers
    12/13/2008
    Ground-level controls save time and reduce fatigue
  • Conservation Now
    12/13/2008
  • Back to Work
    12/13/2008
    Trucks return to their roots
  • Dial In Nitrogen Use
    12/13/2008
  • Catch Those Cobs
    12/13/2008
    Choices abound for cob collection and transport
  • What the Elections Mean to Ag
    12/13/2008
    Shifts in White House, congress will impact ag
  • $100 Ideas
    12/13/2008
    From Dinner Table to Shop Floor, Mirror Image, Combine Crane
  • Machinery Journal
    12/13/2008
    Versatile Tractors, Bush Hog 4430 Utility Vehicle, Gleaner R Series Combines
  • Production Journal
    12/13/2008
    Top Producer seminar and meet our new Farm Journal Team Members
  • Wheat Journal
    12/13/2008
    Wheat in the Big Apple, New Fungicide Portfolio, Watch Out Ug99, and a BioTech Trait Can Improve Crop Efficiency
  • Crop Tech
    12/13/2008
    John Endsley would wrap each soybean that passes through his seed house in bubble wrap if it were practical. Instead, the manager of Monsanto Company's Mason City, Ill., soybean plant oversees a mechanical bulk-handling system
  • Technology Journal
    12/13/2008
    Integrating GPS data from the StarFire receiver and its tactical row sensors, John Deere's AutoTrac RowSense keeps corn heads on target in the field.
  • New Products
    12/13/2008
    New products are featured. The BioDieselMaster from Biodiesel Solutions is a fully automated, continuous-flow biodiesel production system that delivers up to 1,000 gal. of ASTM-grade biodiesel per day (42 gal. per hour). It accepts a variety of feedstocks, such as low free fatty acid vegetable oils (canola, camelina, soy, etc.) and animal tallow.
  • Editor's Notebook: Counting our blessings
    12/13/2008
    As I sat at Mike and Stephanie Hansen's kitchen table in late November, I looked out the big glass doors across their deck to freshly harvested corn fields.

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  • Drainage Makes the Crop
    12/13/2008
    Here areseveral ways to protect your crop from wet feet—often the weakest link in your yield chain
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