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13:36PM Aug 16, 2019

Retailer Quadruples Online Farmer Engagement

Margy Eckelkamp
Director of Content Development, Machinery Pete
All 55 grain locations report scale-to-scale time for corn and soybean lines. Farmers can log in and see an average from the last hour of truck traffic scaling in, dumping
10:45AM Aug 14, 2019

Dan Anderson: 5 Tips to Troubleshoot Combine Problems

Here are five common phone calls we receive at the equipment dealership during harvest — and five possible solutions to fix the problems before requesting a service call:
09:24AM Aug 14, 2019

Get Ready for Wet Grain, Don’t Resist Drying

Farm Journal Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Because the harvest window will likely be tight this fall, consider combining your crop at higher moisture contents to ensure you salvage as many bushels as possible.
09:17AM Aug 14, 2019

Fill Propane Tanks Early

Farm Journal Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Projections for a late, wet harvest mean you need to secure propane needs sooner rather than later.
13:35PM Aug 13, 2019

Adjust Your Combine to Reduce Damage to High Moisture Corn

Moisture levels are going to be all over the board when combines roll this fall. In high-moisture situations, a few simple combine adjustments can minimize grain damage.
13:27PM Aug 13, 2019

6 Tips for a Successful Fall

Farm Journal Editors
AgWeb Contributor
Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie shares the following tips to help farmers plan for the worst, while hoping for the best:
14:35PM Aug 09, 2019

Get Ready For Wet Grain, Challenging Storage

Sonja Begemann
Seeds and Crop Production Editor
If you planted this year, you’re likely looking for the best marketing opportunities for grain and trying to maximize what you can pick up in the combine—which might mean you’ll