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By Land and Air
Yield prospects from the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour receive a second look from a bird’s-eye view.
The Welding Lottery
Although they didn’t win millions of dollars, the grand prize winners of the 2013 Miller Welding University were thrilled for the opportunity to receive welding training from the pros.
The Magic of Phosphorus
Harvest is in full swing, but the impact of a difficult planting season is still apparent from the combine perch.
Enter the Drone Zone
More forward-thinking farmers are dabbling with small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs)—or drones—for a multitude reasons.
Similar but Different
If you refer to Bt corn hybrid stacks and pyramids as if the terms are interchangeable, you aren’t alone. However, corn hybrid stacks and pyramids aren’t the same.
Crop prices and farmland values power irrigation forward.
If harvest has hit a rain delay or you’re caught up with the dryer and have a moment to read this, here are a few maintenance matters to keep your combine cruising during the final weeks of harvest.
Beans Gone Bad
Move over waterhemp, ragweed, lambsquarters and all your weedy friends. There’s a new rabble-rouser in cornfields this season: volunteer soybeans.
Muck and Mire
There’s more to extraction than hooking and pulling.
The 2014 Chevrolet Silverado can be outfitted with the right combination of technology and power for the farm. An updated cab where comfort is key rounds out the package.
A Tale of Two Soils
Despite heavy spring rains, crop residue will remain in place thanks to the healthy soil structure. However, unhealthy soil will give way to washing and erosion.
A Frosty Proposition
Timing is everything, and it has generally not been on agriculture’s side in 2013.
Be claim ready with these tips on how to prepare for a crop insurance audit.
Drones in Action
Watch drones in action to see how these devices could be the future of farming.
2014 Chevy Silverado Features
Find more details and photos on the 2014 model year Chevy Silverado trucks.
The Latest Irrigation Products
Find more information on some of the most recent irrigation products and technologies.
What to Do When the Tractor Won't Budge
There's nothing more frustrating than getting a piece of equipment buried up to its axles in mud. Here's how to get it out—safely.
LegalEase: Are You Covered?
Managing liability coverage is another way to manage business risk.
Leave a Legacy: Is the Damage Done?
Outlook: Beans Are Flying High
Bob Utterback: It’s harvest time! I sense many producers are simply filling the bins, locking the doors and hoping something will change to help prices recover.
Machinery Pete: Small Size, Mighty Price
Big new equipment has its place in the market, but there is still an incredible demand for smaller-scale used farm equipment in good condition.
John's World: Dumb and Dumber
It turns out that iPhones are far less waterproof than you might think.
Join Us at a Legacy Project Workshop
After harvest is a perfect time to buckle down and work on a succession plan for your farm.
You can join our $100 Ideas Club! Share your unpublished ideas and join our $100 Ideas Club.
Farm Bill Update: ‘It Shouldn’t Be This Hard’
While he and other members of the House Agriculture Committee complete their work, Chairman Frank Lucas, R-Okla., says getting a farm bill has proven challenging in 2013.
Editor's Notebook: Pick Your Place to Go Just For Fun
I have travelled to every state but three for work or family time, that’s lots of windshield time but I'd like to know where in the U.S. you’d like to go and why.
Unauthorized Company Selling Farm Journal
Please note: Farm Journal Media has no association with a company called Associated Publishers Network and they are NOT authorized to sell subscription.
A Geographical Look at Weed Issues
What weeds should you be worried about in your fields?
The world’s first 30-row, 12" corn head is like harvesting fields with a fine-tooth comb.
Advanced Solutions for Increased Demand
To meet farmer demand for cutting-edge performance and to comply with federally mandated emissions requirements, Case IH deepens its lineup with 2014 model year machines.
Wagon Packs in the Bushels
The Unverferth model 730 wagon offers 750-bu. capacity and an unloading chute with a self-locking, spring-loaded latching mechanism for easy use.
High Horsepower to High-Tech Solutions in the 2014 Lineup
While John Deere’s 2011 product lineup was the company’s largest in its history, the 2014 model year product release is a close second.
Portable pivot power, online tools, aquifer study and more in IrrigationJournal.
EPA Backs Off On Fuel Storage Rule
The EPA has assured Rep. Tim Huelskamp (R-Kan.) that it will not start enforcement of its Spill, Prevention, Containment and Countermeasure (SPCC) rule for fuel storage on farms.
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