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Crops Keeping Chicago Cooler?
Chicagoans have been enjoying relatively milder summers in recent years. According to one researcher, they may want to thank area farmers.
Monsanto’s Integrated Farming Systems
See all of Farm Journal Media’s full-circle coverage, including videos, of IFS.
See a Mean Machine in Action
Before a Firestone tire gets to your farm, it’s field-tested on the historical farm owned by Harvey Firestone.
Head of the Class
Celebrating its five-year anniversary, Corn College events bring farmers to the field with Farm Journal experts.
I Built the Best
Planning Makes Perfect
Winning shop is plumbed for three sources of heat.
Drought's Weed Woes
Who benefits from drought? Weeds! Step up your management to protect yields next year and beyond.
Web Slingers Catch More Farm Data
The latest round of precision ag technologies collect more data—and, more importantly, put it to work.
NDVI on the Go
NDVI can be captured on a per-plant basis with the Trimble GreenSeeker handheld crop sensor.
More Seed Guides Migrating to iPad
Great Lakes Hybrids recently announced a new interactive seed guide application specifically for the iPad.
$100 Ideas: Extra Hand with Hay Bales
In less than five hours, Lester Langeland and son Marlin attached a hydraulic cylinder to their loader forks to keep bales from getting stuck.
Managing your bottom line is a challenge, but with every adversity comes opportunity.
Understand the Risk
When $8 corn and $18 soybeans are put in the bin, farmers assume a lot of risk, including direct storage, quality management and high opportunity costs.
Too Much Is No Good
When it comes to repair and maintenance of farm equipment, sometimes a little restraint can go a long way.
Squiggle on the Dotted Line
When all you have are keyboards, any unique flair in your writing is purposeless.
A Plan to Prepare
Young people must be willing to work toward a more promising tomorrow.
10 Handy Farm Apps
Make your job easier with these useful mobile tools.
Where the Candidates Stand on Agriculture
Biofuels, regs and trade in the presidential election.
At the Core of Domestic Energy Discovery
New drilling technology is taking the oil and natural gas industries to untapped frontiers.
Resistance confirmed in Illinois, feared elsewhere.
More Parts, Faster
AGCO’s Missouri parts distribution center expands.
Trick Your Skid Steer
Attachments and accessories to get the job done.
Open to Opportunity
The Dell family hopes to tap into the fledgling agritourism industry fueled by urban residents who want to know how their food is grown.
No Wire Worries
Farmers take action to keep copper thieves at bay.
Efficiency Below the Surface
Subsurface drip tape irrigation crosses over to row crops.
Low Tech, High Reward
A Wisconsin producer goes back to basics to reap major rewards for his farm and the environment.
2013 Welding University
One $100 Idea contestant and two online survey participants will win.
Higher 2013 Premiums?
USDA has an open-ended commitment to back up claims.
What we talk about when we talk about climate change.
Undercovered and Underfunded
Cover crop research points to benefits that go beyond soil health.
Monsanto's new FieldScripts offers farmers a variable-rate hybrid prescription by zone and a specific hybrid match for each field.
Next Season Starts Now
This fall is a prime time to get your production game plan under way for next year.
One weather expert expects Midwest farmers to see rain showers during the next couple of months.
Hogs for the Hungry
FFA kids in Streator, Ill., are raising pigs to help feed people in their community who would otherwise not be able to afford protein in their diets.
Tire Design's Inside Story
Firestone ag tires are engineered at a state-of-the-art technical center and tested at a historical farm.
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