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Harvest 2017
Nov 05, 2019

Save Time, Money By Assessing Your Equipment Lubrication System

Farming equipment is subjected to conditions that are notoriously hard on lubricants.
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Nov 04, 2019

5 Types of Familiar Tech Come to Farming In 2020

Here’s how evolving technology can impact farmers’ and landowners’ bottom lines.
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Jul 23, 2019

Cover Crops Can Help With Post-Flooding Restoration

Keep your goals in mind when making selections.
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Jul 10, 2019

6 Ag Consultants Give A Mid-Year Update

Six members of the National Alliance of Independent Crop Consultants give a crop update from seven states
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Jul 05, 2019

Get Ready for Just-in-Time Farming

By taking digital farming data all the way back to seed development, we’re working to unlock the potential for a higher efficiency cropping system in corn.
Jul 03, 2019

Record Rain Hurting Kansas' First Try At Growing Hemp

This year’s unusual weather could skew the results of the studies, impacting the kind of information the state has to gauge the prospect of growing hemp in Kansas.
Jun 14, 2019

Kubota Introduces Additions To The M Series Family Of Tractors

The new M4 Series is now available at authorized Kubota dealers nationwide.
Jun 11, 2019

Avoiding Tariffs on Mexican Imports a Relief to U.S. Meat Industry

Mexico is the largest volume destination for U.S. pork exports and the third-largest export market for U.S. beef.
Jun 10, 2019

USDA: 83% of Corn Planted, 59% Good to Excellent

USDA: 83% of Corn Planted, 77% Good to Excellent