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Successful Farming 11h
Lack of supply stirred interest in this farm in Emmet County, Iowa. Plus auction results from Illinois and Indiana.
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Jessie Scott Sep 19
“We do ourselves a disservice when we condemn one type of farming to promote ourselves – whether it’s conventional vs. organic or large vs. small,” says .
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Bill Spiegel 16h
Today's sobering thought from , markets editor : "2018 is a difficult year for you to dig out of a grain marketing failure." So develop your own marketing plan, or find someone to help you.
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Successful Farming 18h
During harvest season, keep your kids off the gravity flow wagon. It’s full of grain that can tragically suck them down in seconds.
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AgriSafe Network Sep 18
Late Breaking Webinar! Hurricane Florence: Farm Flood Health Threats 😲 join AgriSafe staff and special guest for a special webinar on disaster recovery after a farm floods. Thu, Sep 20, 2018 10 AM EST/ 9 AM CST, Register today!
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Successful Farming Sep 19
Our hearts go out to all of the affected farmers in North Carolina. 😢
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mikedmcginnis Sep 19
try and stay positive. See Wednesday's prices at
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Successful Farming Sep 19
3 Big Things: Soybeans rise modestly, U.S. lawmakers respond to new round of tariffs, and flash flood watches in WI, MN, IA.
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Successful Farming Sep 19
A flurry of activity, weather conditions, long hours, and large machinery combine to make the fall harvest a potentially dangerous time.
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Successful Farming Sep 18
Cliff Swart, KS, made this frame from treated 2×2 lumber to keep gas can, tool boxes, etc. in place. It is lightweight and slides in and out easily.
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Successful Farming Sep 18
Stay out of the grain bins while grain is being loaded or unloaded. Like quicksand, flowing grain can cover a person in seconds.
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Gil Gullickson Sep 18
Seed Placement Advisor is new product from digital ag division The Climate Corporation. 2016 findings showed it picked right hybrid 80% of time with 6 bu/acre average yield edge. Preliminary 2018 findings show higher benefits so far, says .
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mikedmcginnis Sep 18
, markets have a tough time fighting off the 'bears' Tuesday. See the latest prices at
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Successful Farming Sep 18
The Foundation is working to bring more mental health awareness to agriculture. The mission of the foundation is to champion the mental wellbeing of all producers.
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Successful Farming Sep 18
2. Don't expect the process to be easy.
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Successful Farming Sep 18
3 Big Things: Soybeans hit 10-year low, Trump imposes tariffs on China, and temps hotter than normal in KS.
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Successful Farming Sep 18
The tit-for-tat measures are the latest escalation in an increasingly protracted trade dispute between the world's two largest economies.
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Successful Farming Sep 17
Electricity keeps the farm humming but if the wires come down, safety is your first concern. Stay away from them and keep your feet together.
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Successful Farming Sep 17
Soybean harvest is 6% complete.
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Successful Farming Sep 17
1. In many areas, weather conditions fueled a plethora of corn diseases like gray leaf spot and northern corn leaf blight.
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