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Late Spring 2010
Mower Hitch, Water Tank Shutoff Valve, Light Stand
JCB Fastrac 7270 Tractor, GMD 4050 TL trailed disk mower, Unverferth 19' tubular-style conveyor, Precision Planting CleanSweep
Satshot has expanded its lineup of aerial imagery. Satshot 3D has all the same features—and more—of the Map Center and provides a three-dimensional perspective of a field from the Satshot background imagery combined with a worldwide elevation map.
When it comes to health insurance and health care in general, farmers have few options. As a result, health care is one of the most costly items in their business operation.
The release of USDA's county-level cash rent data in early April may have raised more questions than it answered.
First-of-its-kind auction provides outlet for used precision ag equipment
A firsthand look at the new truck headed to dealers
The Latest Crop Trends
Highlights from the 2010 Commodity Classic
Snake Valley ranchers in a 21-year fight with Las Vegas
Tailgate Talk, Brooks joins staff, AgWeb poll, Farm Journal Legacy Project resources
Rhonda Brooks joins staff, results from AgWeb poll, Stat Rack: Farm Journal Legacy Project resources; What A Day: tractor on fire for tillage
Quest for Success
Farm Journal Media project helps producers take their operations to the next level for sustainability, higher profits
Revealing managerial styles helps a family work together
He Wants to Come Home
My son wants to come home. He left for school 12 years ago, married his college sweetheart and started a career in pharmaceuticals. I’m sure he wants to farm, but I’m not certain he’s committed enough.
Housework for Farmers: Laundry
Today we illuminate the mysterious subject of where clean clothes come from.
Set Target Price on Costs
My recent work with producers has reconfirmed my conviction that knowing the numbers is essential to good marketing.
Editor's Notebook: You Ask And We Strive to Deliver
We clearly touched a nerve when we introduced our popular Farm Journal Corn College two summers ago.
Corn College TV Launched
This past week, while 800 farmers graduated from Corn College, the Corn College team also started filming Corn College TV.
Farm Journal Corn College Graduates Class of 2010
Farm Journal has completed four sold-out sessions this week at its popular Corn College event held near Bloomington, Ill.
Lime Quality and Cost Factors
Two important factors farmers need to keep in mind when making lime decisions for their farm.
In-Field Diagnostics at Corn College
Farm Journal Associate Field Agronomist Missy Bauer leads farmers through the in-field diagnostic segment of Corn College.
Advice on how farmers can create a technology timeline for their farms.
Advice to Hit Your Yield Goal
The steps farmers should take to increase plant population and increase yields.
Water Quality in the Spray Tank
Have you checked the water quality in your spray tank lately?
Nematode Pressure on the Rise
Nematologists are seeing higher rates of nematode pressure in corn in recent years.
Whip Western Bean Cutworm Problems Early
Treat larvae before they can reach corn ear tips.
Corn College Weather Representative of Midwest Season
Dave Feist, Technical Development Manager for Corn and Soybeans for MANA Crop Protection, talks about how the wet weather is facilitating more disease moving into the soybean crop.
Farmer Reports from Corn College
Meet some Corn College farmers.
Fill Out Those Ears
Keep corn happy to raise hybrids to their potential
Eight Ways to Beat Disease
High volumes of crop residue, in which disease organisms overwinter, make disease management essential in 2010
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