Projections for a late, wet harvest mean you need to secure propane needs sooner rather than later.
Crop Tech - September 2019
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.
Farm Journal Field Agronomist Ken Ferrie shares the following tips to help farmers plan for the worst, while hoping for the best:
Here's what Bayer says is the corn of the future, and it may be closer than you think.
While they’re related, Lance Honig crops branch chief for NASS cautions farmers to be careful when tying them together.
Farmers and Ag. Analysts react to the Crop Production report released on Monday. We have a report from the Indiana State Fair.