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    Prepare for Lower Milk Prices Next Year

    12/26/2017 09:25 AM

    Analysts agree there’s extreme volatility and a tough price situation ahead.

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    Where is Fiber Fermented in the Pig Digestive Tract?

    12/26/2017 10:15 AM

    Fiber is increasingly being added to pig diets, but digestion of fiber in pigs is inefficient and poorly understood.

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    Investment Firms Find Value in Farmland

    12/26/2017 10:21 AM

    Wall Street type investment firms have found out what most farmers have believed for years—farmland is a good long-term investment. More institutional-type investors are likely to enter the picture and buy land as many farmers, who would have vied for the property three or four years ago, are holding back and hanging onto their cash.

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    Farmers Work To Lengthen The Life Of The Ogallala Aquifer

    12/26/2017 10:33 AM

    Farms on the Kansas High Plains have long produced a bevy of crops and livestock, from wheat and corn to cattle and hogs. Now, a new type of operation is taking root in the southwest and northwest parts of the state called water technology farms.

    Last year, Tom Willis established the first of what are now 15 water technology farms in Kansas on his grain and forage operation, T&O Farms, LLC, based near Garden City.

     

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    Prioritize Data Accuracy

    12/26/2017 11:00 AM

    On Jeremy Wilson’s 1,200 acre corn, soybean and wheat farm, data collection is top of mind. He’s not just worried about collecting data—but about collecting accurate, relevant data he can use to drive decisions.

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    Prioritize Data Accuracy

    12/26/2017 11:00 AM

    On Jeremy Wilson’s 1,200 acre corn, soybean and wheat farm, data collection is top of mind. He’s not just worried about collecting data—but about collecting accurate, relevant data he can use to drive decisions.

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    Time of Feeding Influences Time of Calving

    12/26/2017 11:12 AM

    Time of day of feeding is the variable most easily changed by management. 

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    Farmers Have Few Incentives To Plant Wheat

    12/26/2017 11:15 AM

    A farmer’s photo and his accompanying statement on Twitter recently summed up the views of many U.S. wheat growers today.

    “Yes, I’m planting wheat, and no, I don’t know why,” the farmer said.

    That perspective is understandable. After the USDA released its World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates (WASDE) in early November, corn and soybeans took the lead story away from wheat. Ending stocks for wheat for 2017/18 have been lowered 25 million bushels, with the report citing increased exports as the cause.

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    Here is What Farmers say about Keeping NAFTA

    12/26/2017 11:58 AM

    Since his campaign days, President Donald Trump has voiced little support for keeping the United States involved in the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). Ag trade groups, companies and associations have varying perspectives and positions on the topic as well. Last week, U.S. farmers, dairymen and livestock producers weighed in to share their points of view, via a Farm Journal Pulse survey.

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    Efficiency Expert: One of the Better Robotic Herds

    12/26/2017 01:24 PM

    Jim Salfer, a University of Minnesota dairy specialist who has looked at the records of dozens and dozens of robotic herds in the Midwest, says Green Wave Farms’ financial performance is among the better dairies.

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