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Apache self-propelled sprayers, New Holland H7150 Mower, Massey Ferguson 9005 Combines, Challenger MT700C Tractors
National Farm Machinery Show
Obama Taps Iowa's Vilsack to Head USDA
Infrared heating can save as much as 50% in annual fuel costs when compared with traditional forced-air systems. A new line of positive-pressure, low-intensity infrared tube heaters from Space-Ray are particularly suited for buildings with high heat loss areas.
The Versatility of E20, Biodiesel Pioneer
Tailgate Talk, Overheard at the Farm Journal Forum
Quotes from the Farm Journal Forum; What A Day!: Pop-Up Truck; Stat Rack: Links between livestock and soybeans
A Conversation with the Secretaries
Farm Journal and Farm Foundation teamed up in 2009 to host "A Conversation with the Secretaries", featuring seven of the former Secretaries of Agriculture.
Change Worth Noting
Policymakers and industry leaders offer perspective at the 12th Farm Journal Forum.
A Look at the Farmscape
Farmscape drama at Iowa State University approaches the real diversity found in rural America.
No doubt various management factors are involved in corn yield increases, but two of them are twin rows and careful planting.
From All Around the World
The U.S. is home to several big farm shows, but there are even more tires to kick at two of the largest international farm shows.
As the largest indoor farm show in the country, this is definitely a show where you can kick some tires.
Everything is New Again
Roger Johnson shows off his refurbished machine shop, constructed from re-purposed farm implements.
One-Pass Stover Harvest
Prototype system harvests grain and cobs at once.
Some Soils Need Chloride
Chloride fertilizer can boost yields on deficient High Plains soils.
Here is what might be ahead in 2009.
Tips for Flux-Cored Arc Welding
Flux-cored wire lets you use your wire welder outdoors.
Right on Target
Getting the right seed on the right acre is the right approach.
Outside Market Forces
Commodity market fundamentals haven’t disappeared, but they’ve been muscled to the side by other influences.
Corn's Big Challenge
Seed company scientists talk about doubling our corn yields. Can it be done?
January 2009 Crop Tech
Approval for a new corn trait, Monsanto's new corn technology, Five Bean Soybean Pods, Spray-on Drought Relief.
January 2009 Technology Journal
Moisture indicator advancements, Trimble Broadens Range, Field Computer Upgrades, Ease into Precision Farming.
Beef's New Horizon
Across the country, cattlemen navigate today's challenges.
Leave A Legacy
A Rock and a Hard Place
Maximize Tire Mileage
Frequent rotation and proper pressure optimize tread wear on modern tires
Rugged, Reliable Sprayer
After 12 years of service, this machine still has a tune to its step
Bonus for All-Natural
There is profit to be made growing crops to be used for organic livestock feed
Beyond The Pond
There is more going on in farm ponds than meets the eye
Farm Show Circuit
Take a few days this winter to brush up on the latest production practices and see the newest machinery
Easy Cleanup, Handy Glove Dryer, Washer Remedy
Stop Pest Invasion by Sneaky Yield Robbers
Learn more about the pests that can steal your yields.
Exclusive Visit to Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. Headquarters
Eye on the Future
Few things are more important to Tom Farms than leaving a legacy
For the Next 100 Years
My husband’s parents are octogenarians (a fancy word that means people who are 80 years old).
Take the Farm Journal Legacy Project Survey
What do you need to write your success story, and how can Farm Journal help? Help us help you pass down the family farm. Take the survey now!
Protect Your Family Farm Investment
A family farm is an investment of time, love, money and labor.
I Blame My Ancestors
For those of without the "Car Gene", automobiles are not exciting or even interesting.
Hang on for 2009
Your focus must be on making a profit to stay in business in 2009.
Early Weed Warm-Up
Growers need to revisit best management practices to optimize weed control.
Sneaky Yield Robbers
While pest management has certainly gotten easier, the technology may have helped a couple of other yield robbers become more of a threat.
January 2009 Issue
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