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WHEN LIMING SOILS PAYS

IT CAN BE BENEFICIAL FOR SOILS SLIDING DOWN THE ACID SCALE. 

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Nov, 21, 2017

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Farmers See The End

Both the U.S. corn and soybean harvest are reported at over 90% complete. Corn and Soybean digest has the story. 

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Nov, 21, 2017

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Non-GMO Food Labels Are Incredibly Misleading

We’re surrounded by information about the health and nutritional benefits of different food, but a lot of it conflicts—and it’s leaving people more confused than ever about how to make healthy food choices. Should we eat all organic? Does our food need to be natural, and fresh? One recent fad is to avoid genetically modified food. Read […]

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Nov, 14, 2017

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Make Fall Fertilizer Decisions With These Factors In Mind

Many farmers are considering fall application right now, but have you considered these five factors? 

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Nov, 08, 2017

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Soil Producers

Iowa farmer achieves many benefits when cover crops feed and house soil livestock. Full article here!

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Nov, 07, 2017

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Have downed corn? Check out these combine adjustments to combat it.

Flatten the corn head angle to 20°F for downed corn so gravity is less of an energy. Full article here!

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Nov, 06, 2017

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HIGH-OLEIC SOYBEANS HAVE PROMISE

A NEW HORIZON FOR SOYBEANS IS ON THE WAY VIA HIGH-OLEIC SOYBEAN OIL.

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Nov, 02, 2017

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10 Steps to Efficient Nitrogen

Corn plants’ daily per-acre nitrogen requirement varies from less than 2 lb. early and late in the season to up to 10 lb. during V10 and VT (tasseling). To avoid reducing yield, sufficient nitrogen must always be available, even when daily uptake is low. Full article here!

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Nov, 01, 2017

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Manage Grain Storage to Lock in Potential Profit

Proper grain storage holds the key to your financial future—protect each precious bushel.

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Oct, 30, 2017

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