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Aimee CopeMultimedia Machinery and Crop Editor

Aimee Cope leads machinery coverage on all of Farm Journal Media's platforms, serves as Farm Journal Test Plots director and acts as the field reporter with Farm Journal "Corn College TV." An agricultural journalism graduate of the University of Missouri, Aimee previously served as a field service representative for the Missouri Corn Growers Association. In that role, she tailored content to specific producer audiences, hosted 55 events a year, participated in research projects and dedicated her passion for agriculture to serving farmers.   Contact Aimee acope@farmjournal.com   573-581-9653   Farm Journal P.O. Box 958 Mexico, MO 65265    
Aimee Cope leads machinery coverage on all of Farm Journal Media's platforms, serves as Farm Journal Test Plots director and acts as the field reporter with Farm Journal "Corn College TV." An agricultural journalism graduate of the University of Missouri, Aimee previously served as a field service representative for the Missouri Corn Growers Association. In that role, she tailored content to specific producer audiences, hosted 55 events a year, participated in research projects and dedicated her passion for agriculture to serving farmers.   Contact Aimee acope@farmjournal.com   573-581-9653   Farm Journal P.O. Box 958 Mexico, MO 65265    

Articles By Aimee Cope

Nov 06, 2017

Manage By Zone to Expand Potential

Historical data and experience divide fields based on natural variability, characteristics
Nov 02, 2017

Breaking Point for Soybean Stress

Farm Journal Test Plots find rolling soybeans early gives them time to bounce back
Oct 26, 2017

Manage By Zone to Expand Yield Potential

The value of zone management goes beyond cutting input costs; it also allows farmers to effectively focus inputs and attention. If you don’t have background information on a field, then grid-based management does the job, says Brad Beutke, who helps with the Farm Journal Test Plots and farms near Clinton,
Jun 24, 2017

Just-In-Time Nitrogen

Build your nitrogen inventory using the 4Rs
Mar 20, 2017

The Role of Phosphorus in Starter

Test Plots study differences between in-furrow orthophosphate, polyphosphate fertilizers.
Mar 13, 2017

Cut Starter Rate and Boost Yield

Results from field trials show placement drives starter response
Mar 10, 2017

Cut Starter Rate While Yielding More

Results from field trials show placement drives starter response.
May 13, 2016

Kubota Corporation to Acquire Great Plains Manufacturing

Kubota Corporation said Friday that it plans to buy Great Plains Manufacturing Inc., of Salina, Kansas. The terms of the deal were not disclosed, but once final, the purchase will include all five Great Plains divisions, including: Great Plains Ag, Land Pride, Great Plains International, Great Plains Trucking and Great
May 03, 2016

Early Season Soybean Stress Matters

Growth on the front end of soybean production is essential; however, what appears as a growthier plant doesn't always guarantee more bushels. To take a closer look at this theory, Farm Journal Field Agronomists Ken Ferrie and Missy Bauer continued their efforts in Illinois and Michigan using land rollers to