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  • Indiana Corn Yields Jump 10.6%, Strong Soybeans Surprise Scouts
    08/21/2014
    On the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, scouts in Indiana say that the numbers could go higher in the weeks to come, depending on the weather.
  • Crop Tour a Rare Opportunity
    08/21/2014
    Farm Journal's Pam Fretwell talks with Pro Farmer's Chuck Roth about the crop tour and what a rare opportunity it presents.
  • Farm Debt at Banks Might Reach New Record
    08/21/2014
    Farmers are borrowing more money—both crop and livestock producers but for vastly different reason.
  • Drones-What Should You Keep In Mind
    08/21/2014
    Jim Love is a Farm Business Advisor with Becks and is enjoying his job a lot especially when it comes to talking with farmers about drones.
  • Illinois Crops Crush Competition
    08/21/2014
    From the 2014 Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, corn yield surges 15.5% compared to last year; soybean pod counts jump 16.4%.
  • Gearing Up for Illinois' Results
    08/20/2014
    Pam Fretwell with Farm Journal Radio discusses day three of the crop tour with Pro Farmer general manager and vice president Chuck Roth.
  • Some Disappointing Numbers But Still Darn Good
    08/20/2014
    Reporting from the Eastern Leg, they’ve seen big crowds on days one and two and some good numbers, too. What will the rest of the tour bring?
  • GEA Breaks Ground for 72-stall Rotary Robot
    08/20/2014
    The new rotary robotic system will be a first for North America, and the largest in the world.
  • Who Owns Your Data?
    08/19/2014
    Scott Beck of Beck Seeds talks with Pam Fretwell about a project they partnered with Kinzie on for a multi hybrid planter that Kinzie has out and also about who owns their growers data.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 8-15-14
    08/15/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy, says good gains in Class III futures. Cheese blocks and barrels were higher. Butter set a new record high. Milk production is expected to increase both this year and next. Milk prices are increasing and demand is good.
  • Kentucky Farmers Always Learning and Striving to Be Better
    08/14/2014
    Roger Winstead and Jerry Dunville have been to every Corn College since it began. And they say they have made a lot of changes on their farms and still have a way to go.
  • Pro Farmer Crop Tour Goes High Tech
    08/14/2014
    Chip Flory talks with FJ Pam Fretwell about this years Pro Farmer Crop Tour and the new app that scouts will have.
  • Dairy on AgriTalk: Russia’s Dairy Ban
    08/13/2014
    Dairy Today’s Jim Dickrell discusses how Russia’s ban on U.S. and EU dairy products could impact world markets.
  • AgWeb Radio: Weekly Dairy Market Wrap 8-8-14
    08/08/2014
    Robin Schmahl, Hedge and Marketing Specialist with AgDairy says we saw a decline in futures this week. Grade A dropped 11cents this week. Russia put a ban on milk products which could affect the US competition with other countries. World dairy auction decreased 8%.

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GEA Breaks Ground for 72-stall Rotary Robot

It will be the largest rotary robotic milking system in the world, and a first for North America.

 

 
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