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Leave a Legacy: What’s an Official Operating Agreement?
Employing a person in the wrong job and for the wrong reasons will only lead to bad results
Outlook: Be Aggressive
Between now and the first part of 2012, a supply reduction in corn will be the biggest bullish factor, while soybeans and wheat will be pulled up. Producers need to be aggressive at selling.
In the Shop: Air Tool Basics
While abuse and neglect can damage air tools, their greatest enemies are dirt and moisture.
Editor's Notebook: Time for a Quick Reality Check
Our county road crews do the best they can—and lucky for us, they do better than most. That doesn’t change the fact that agriculture is facing a quiet crisis over our national infrastructure.
John's World: Let Me (Not) Entertain You
It’s from those endless hours of stifling boredom that has come much of today’s innovation.
Solve the Mystery of Micronutrients
Plant tissue testing is part of a three-step diagnosis
Keep Water Moving
How tillage can establish and maintain a vertical growing system that allows water to work its magic
Update: Changes to Child Labor Regulations in the Works
Update: Commenting period extended to Dec. 1. Proposed revisions will make it difficult for youth to learn the ropes of farming.
Irrigation Journal: Pivot Payout Surprises Customer
Texas producer Jose Cantu was surprised when a semi truck delivered a Valley 8000 Series center-pivot system, valued at $72,000, to his farm this past spring.
Machinery Journal: Moves Harvest Forward
With 2,000-bu. capacity and 1,000-bu.-per-minute unloading speed, the Brent Avalanche Model 2096 grain cart from Unverferth Manufacturing Co. Inc., helps keep harvest on the move.
$100 Ideas: Grain Dryer Bypass
With a half day of work and a $300 investment, Gary Hendrix was able to build a grain bypass that saves wear and tear on his grain dryer.
Policy Journal: Farm Income Figures Cast Shadow on Coming Farm Bill Debate
Record farm income this year underscores the impact that lofty crop prices and strong exports and demand are having on the fortunes of U.S. agriculture.
Tailgate Talk: Guru Marks 25-Year Milestone
By day, Dan Anderson uses his hands and expertise to work on farm equipment as a dealership mechanic. By night, he’s a writer, typing the stories inspired by his hours in the shop.
CropTech: New Trait Tussle
Growers who raised corn hybrids containing Syngenta’s Agrisure Viptera trait need to notify grain handlers upon delivery of corn this fall. Some grain handlers are refusing to accept corn containing the trait.
Machinery Journal: Largest Launch in 175 Years
Approaching its 175th anniversary, John Deere has unveiled the largest and broadest range of machines in its history.
Manage Your Water by Soil Type
Learn more about how water moves in various types of soil.
A Cornrower in Action
See a video of how a Cornrower handles brittle stalks in a snow-covered field.
Save Time, Money with Energy Efficiency Improvements
There are many national and state programs that have resources to help farmers reduce their energy footprint.
How To Remedy Micronutrient Deficiencies
Fix your micronutrient deficiencies and read tips on plant tissue testing.
Phytophthora Research in Soybeans
Watch the following videos to learn what is being researched on for soybean production.
John Deere’s Largest Launch in 175 Years
Watch videos from John Deere's product launch.
A Day in Agriculture
Combine Kit for Biomass
Dealer design streamlines corn stover harvest.
U.S. Infrastructure Reality Check
Facing our challenges to guarantee our competitive edge
In and Out Grain Storage
Semis unload and hit the road in under eight minutes
Refuge in the Bag
What you need to know about integrated insect traits
High Anxiety Weather
One more La Niña year may be in store for 2012
Share Ideas and Win
Relaunched $100 Ideas contest can put cash in your pocket and win you a trip to Miller Welding University.
A Quarter-Century View
Acronyms narrate changes in production agriculture.
Research Under Siege
Budget hits put U.S. competitiveness at risk.
A smartphone will change your business.
A Self-Cleaning Combine
Harvesting seed beans requires innovative automation.
The Last AGCO Tractor
Nebraskan buys the final machine painted Allis orange.
Build relationships with landowners and neighbors.
Biotech Trick or Treat
This soybean research project plays some pranks to fool Phytophthora.
Stop the Energy Drain
A few tweaks can improve the efficiency of your farm shop, grain bin system and machinery.
What Gives a Combine Its Class?
As machines push power thresholds, industry classifications keep pace
Use a variety of financial tools to keep marketing jitters in check.
Master VRT at Harvest
Map field variability for zone management.
Wireless Signals Cross
Industry rivals spar while FCC strives to determine a viable solution
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