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Early Spring 2011
A Golden Outlook
Jump in farm income for 2011 reflects a healthy sector.
Behind the Parts Counter
A look at the logistics of the complex distribution system that works with your dealer to get you back to work.
Bright Lights, Cool Breezes
Excellent lighting and ventilation make this shop a comfortable place to work.
Farmer Requests for Washington
A better safety net and less regulation top the list.
Transitioning acres into crop production after CRP requires planning.
The Smell of Money
Applying manure is now even more cost-effective.
Where the Jobs Are
The ag industry needs more scientists.
A twist on ATV attachments brings new meaning to versatility and mobility.
Wheat Status Update
Farmers across the country detail this year’s crop.
Ones to Watch
Meet your worst weed nightmares.
The Truth About Pigweed
This ugly weed family is waging a feud with farmers.
Weed Management Answers: Part 2
The following questions and answers were developed with help from these weed scientists.
The Weeds Within
It’s time to take a weed control refresher course.
Ask About Adjuvants
The right one could improve your weed control results.
Prep Your Planter
Take proactive steps now for smooth planting.
Can Cattle Prices Last?
As commodities skyrocket, you have to wonder how much feeder cattle placements are really worth.
A Global Coffee Shop
It takes just four steps to join the chitchat on Twitter.
Outlook: The Real Action Is Just About to Start
Even with all of the current uncertainty, producers should plan for an average crop and defend against the exception.
Guest Commentary: Boost Soybean Yield by Studying Varieties
Richard Cooper says to look for varieties that respond to preferred row width and field environment.
In the Shop: Tool Inventory
It’s good to compare what you have invested in tools with replacement cost, in case theft or fire makes purchasing new tools a necessity.
Editor's Notebook: Keeping Score by Our Crop Years
From the time I was a tomboy growing up as a daddy’s girl, I marked time in crop years. At Farm Journal, we follow that same rhythm. We plan a new “crop” of stories and events each spring—and spend the rest of the year making them happen.
High-Yield Wheat: European-Style Intensive Management Techniques
Frequently, the practices that generate the highest return on investment require the smallest changes; many don’t cost anything to implement.
John's World: Housework for Farmers - Dishes
My first rule of dishwashing is don’t use dishes in the first place. But if you must, here are some tips for getting those pots and pans clean.
Systems Approach To High Yields
Using new technology requires understanding how one process affects others.
I Built the Best
Keep It Simple
On the Langeland farm, they buy and apply only what’s needed.
New Ways to Map Fields
From the ground and from the air, the Farm Journal Test Plots unveil the potential of the latest tech tools.
Odds are good you’ll deal with one or more of these frustrations on the first day of planting.
Production Journal: A Big Win in the Big Apple
Farm Journal Media recently won American Business Media’s coveted Grand Neal Award for our Farm Journal Legacy Project. While it’s terrific to win awards, nothing is more gratifying than the personal thank-yous we receive at every Leave a Legacy Workshop.
Machinery Journal: Mower Conditioner Features RazorBar
Mower Conditioner Features RazorBar; Vertical Tillage Preps Seedbed; Three New Farmall Models; JCB Skid-steer Built in North America
Policy Journal: EPA Tries to Dispel Myths about Agency Regulation Plans
EPA Tries to Dispel Myths about Agency Regulation Plans; Budget-Cutting Blueprint Targets Agriculture
Tailgate Talk: Put a Stamp on Agriculture Education
Arkansas rancher Ryan Goodman is inviting people from across the country to send him a postcard with a fact about their state’s agriculture industry.
New Products: Soil Friendly Tire
Soil Friendly Tire; Engine Troubleshooter; Don't Let DEF Slow You Down; Cool in the Cab
Wheat Journal: Acreage Battle Likely to Last through Spring
Acreage Battle Likely to Last through Spring; Markets React to Spring Weather; Environmental Risk Insurance; NAWG, USW Outline Trade Priorities for House Committee; USDA–ARS Examines Climate Change Effects on Wheat
$100 Ideas: PTO Holder
PTO Holder; Sawhorse Cart; Spray Boom on the Level
Technology Journal: Portable Seed Treatment Services
Portable Seed Treatment Services; RealView Guidance; New Field-IQ Capabilities; Companies Form Alliance
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