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Farm Journal: October 2012


Magazine Features

  • 10 Handy Farm Apps
    10/16/2012
    Make your job easier with these useful mobile tools.
  • Where the Candidates Stand on Agriculture
    10/04/2012
    Biofuels, regs and trade in the presidential election.
  • At the Core of Domestic Energy Discovery
    10/01/2012
    New drilling technology is taking the oil and natural gas industries to untapped frontiers.
  • Rootworm Ruckus
    09/29/2012
    Resistance confirmed in Illinois, feared elsewhere.
  • More Parts, Faster
    09/29/2012
    AGCO’s Missouri parts distribution center expands.
  • Trick Your Skid Steer
    09/29/2012
    Attachments and accessories to get the job done.
  • Open to Opportunity
    09/29/2012
    The Dell family hopes to tap into the fledgling agritourism industry fueled by urban residents who want to know how their food is grown.
  • No Wire Worries
    09/29/2012
    Farmers take action to keep copper thieves at bay.
  • Efficiency Below the Surface
    09/29/2012
    Subsurface drip tape irrigation crosses over to row crops.
  • Low Tech, High Reward
    09/29/2012
    A Wisconsin producer goes back to basics to reap major rewards for his farm and the environment.
  • 2013 Welding University
    09/29/2012
    One $100 Idea contestant and two online survey participants will win.
  • Higher 2013 Premiums?
    09/29/2012
    USDA has an open-ended commitment to back up claims.
  • Mercury Rising
    09/29/2012
    What we talk about when we talk about climate change.
  • Undercovered and Underfunded
    09/29/2012
    Cover crop research points to benefits that go beyond soil health.
  • Data-Driven Decisions
    09/28/2012
    Monsanto's new FieldScripts offers farmers a variable-rate hybrid prescription by zone and a specific hybrid match for each field.
  • Next Season Starts Now
    09/17/2012
    This fall is a prime time to get your production game plan under way for next year.
  • Fall Forecast
    09/06/2012
    One weather expert expects Midwest farmers to see rain showers during the next couple of months.
  • Hogs for the Hungry
    07/16/2012
    FFA kids in Streator, Ill., are raising pigs to help feed people in their community who would otherwise not be able to afford protein in their diets.
  • Tire Design's Inside Story
    07/09/2012
    Firestone ag tires are engineered at a state-of-the-art technical center and tested at a historical farm.

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Columnists

  • Opportunity Knocks
    10/19/2012
    Managing your bottom line is a challenge, but with every adversity comes opportunity.
  • Understand the Risk
    10/18/2012
    When $8 corn and $18 soybeans are put in the bin, farmers assume a lot of risk, including direct storage, quality management and high opportunity costs.
  • Too Much Is No Good
    10/17/2012
    When it comes to repair and maintenance of farm equipment, sometimes a little restraint can go a long way.
  • Squiggle on the Dotted Line
    10/01/2012
    When all you have are keyboards, any unique flair in your writing is purposeless.
  • A Plan to Prepare
    09/29/2012
    Young people must be willing to work toward a more promising tomorrow.

Corn College

  • Head of the Class
    09/29/2012
    Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Corn College events bring farmers to the field with Farm Journal experts.

I Built the Best


Corn Navigator

  • Drought's Weed Woes
    09/29/2012
    Who benefits from drought? Weeds! Step up your management to protect yields next year and beyond.

Departments

  • Web Slingers Catch More Farm Data
    10/01/2012
    The latest round of precision ag technologies collect more data—and, more importantly, put it to work.
  • NDVI on the Go
    10/01/2012
    NDVI can be captured on a per-plant basis with the Trimble GreenSeeker handheld crop sensor.
  • More Seed Guides Migrating to iPad
    10/01/2012
    Great Lakes Hybrids recently announced a new interactive seed guide application specifically for the iPad.
  • $100 Ideas: Extra Hand with Hay Bales
    10/01/2012
    In less than five hours, Lester Langeland and son Marlin attached a hydraulic cylinder to their loader forks to keep bales from getting stuck.
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