Watch and Learn With “Corn College TV”
Let Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer walk you step by step through the growing season. From seedbed prep to nutrient management, “Corn College TV” is your weekly tutorial to take yields to the next level. Watch every Wednesday at 7:30 a.m. CST and every Saturday at 10 a.m. CST. Check your local listings or watch online at www.FarmJournalCornCollege.com/tv.
Learn How to Manage Crop Rotations
Dive into the financial aspects of rotations and how to manage diseases, pests and weeds in 2015. (Season 5, Episode 11, starts to air Nov. 12)
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Enjoy farm radio 24/7 with “My Farm Radio,” a digital mobile radio channel that provides best-in-class news, weather and markets along with entertaining and informative conversation. The “My Farm Radio” app allows listeners to pick and choose what they want to hear—and when they want to hear it. While this offering is a first for agriculture, farmers will quickly associate “My Farm Radio” as the Pandora-type app for agriculture. You will hear your favorite shows such as “AgriTalk,” “Market Rally” and “American Countryside.” Download the app at www.MyFarmRadio.com.
@sellis1994: So if everyone is disappointed in beans except Mississippi and Arkansas…do we have an expectation problem or a yield problem?
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@jwia: I am not sure if there is anything that compares to combining corn on a sunny Saturday afternoon in the middle of October.
@TrentBown: Knowledge is knowing a tomato is a fruit; wisdom is not putting it in a fruit salad.
“AgriTalk” is live every weekday at 10 a.m. CST on more than 70 stations nationally. To find an affiliate near you or listen online, visit www.AgriTalk.com.
Two farmers from the “Farmland” documentary and the CEO of U.S. Farmers and Ranchers Alliance discuss the impact of the film. (Oct. 16 broadcast)
From the Seattle docks, “AgriTalk” host Mike Adams talks with a shipper and industry representatives about ethanol, DDGs and grain exports and efforts to build worldwide markets. (Oct. 21 broadcast)