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The Connected Farmer
What do farmers’ online habits say about them?
Crop Inputs for 2012
Plan ahead to stabilize your profit margin.
Smart Tiling Tips
Now’s the time to lay the groundwork for high yields.
Lower Your Pumping Pressure
Evaluate sprinklers to save money and increase efficiency.
Map the Proof
AgWeb Harvest Map confirms irregularity in growing season.
Finding Common Ground
Farm women seek to connect with urban moms.
Muddy Boots Bring News
A trip to the levee results in a flood of questions.
True Blue Genes
New technology keeps pollen from GM hybrids at bay.
Food for Thought
Agribusiness leaders share goals to combat hunger.
Farmers Feeding the World Celebrates New Partnership at FFA Convention
Farmers Feeding the World celebrated the launch of FFA: Food For All at the 2011 National FFA Convention.
2012 Input Outlook
Plan Your Tiling System
Learn more about planning a tiling system and water management.
Soybean Insect, Disease Management Resources
Find additional details on battling soybean pests and diseases.
Leave a Legacy: Non-Farming Landlords Need Succession, Too
Landlords are a very important part of our farming economy.
Outlook: A Tale of Two Economic Opinions
No matter which opinion is correct, the years ahead will be violent—which makes concentrating on the bottom line more important than ever.
In the Shop: The Hole Story
In many shops, dull drill bits outnumber sharp drill bits two to one. But it doesn’t have to be that way.
Editor's Notebook: Any Idea Who Will Live Here One Day?
Even though I helped launch the Farm Journal Legacy Project almost two years ago, Jonathan and I have been slow to start succession planning for ourselves.
John's World: 'LED' Me Gently Home
Thanks to LED lights, the D-cell battery might soon be a cumbersome memory.
Learn to Navigate the Pest Triangle
Spray only the fields where diseases, insects are present.
I Built the Best
Loaded but Maneuverable
Enclosed trailer provides protection for chemicals and tows an ATV.
Celebration and Innovation
New Holland marks its 50th anniversary of its self-propelled forage harvester by rolling out new combines, harvesting platforms and four-wheel-drive tractors.
Three-Mode Dryer Boosts On-Farm Efficiency
Mathews Company introduces the Trilogy Series of low-profile dryers, featuring three interchangeable modes.
Firsthand Stories from Afghanistan
Simple ag development efforts, such as improving small farmer output through training and access to center-pivot irrigation, are paying long-term dividends.
Leica Geosystems introduces the Leica mojoXact, a high-accuracy upgrade option for its mojo3D guidance display.
The “bugbuster” is designed to catch wily adult western corn rootworm beetles.
Don't Dump Your Leftovers
Andy LaVigne, president and CEO of the American Seed Trade Association, is reminding farmers that it is illegal to introduce treated seeds into the commodity grain supply.
Parallel Herbicide Universe
New state-of-the-art formulation is one of the big benefits of using Parallel Plus herbicide.
Popular Stabilizer Sells
This fall, Koch Agronomic Services LLC, a subsidiary of Koch Fertilizer LLC, completed an asset acquisition of Agrotain International.
$100 Ideas: Sleeper Cab Conversion
To make spray season run smoothly, Darrell Waldner converted the sleeper unit in his semi truck into storage central for everything he needs in the field.
Mark Your Calendar for Wheat College
If your wheat yields are good but you want to make them great, make plans to participate in one of two Farm Journal Wheat College seminars in early 2012.
New Ag Apps Available for iPad and iPhone Users
There are three new apps that farmers might want to try out this winter before planting season gets underway next spring.
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