A variable weather year means managing grain after it’s in your bin could be equally challenging.
In the last few weeks of 2019 make plans to not only finish this year’s harvest strong, but also look ahead to prepare for 2020.
A collision course of dangers looms large in the weeks ahead.
When Arick Baker and Buddy Schumacher tumbled into corn flows, but emerged to tell harrowing tales separated by three years and 250 miles, the rookie and the veteran became remarkable
Because the harvest window will likely be tight this fall, consider combining your crop at higher moisture contents to ensure you salvage as many bushels as possible.
The sea of shifting soybean kernels had risen to Jay Butterfield's knees inside a tall grain bin on his Ohio farm.
AgDay national reporter Betsy Jibben has the story. She has reaction from U.S. Representative Austin Scott, representing the 8th District of Georgia. She also talks with Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley