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Calibrating Potentiometers

A basic explanation of why calibrating farm equipment has become critical. More Info...

Daily Livestock Technicals (8.15.18)

What to expect from cattle and hogs in the back half of the week. More Info...

What I Need to Attach to Schedule k-1

Even more information will be required on passthrough income tax returns due to Section 199A. More Info...

When a group of newly weaned, co-mingled, stressed calves with unknown

When a group of newly weaned, co-mingled, stressed calves with unknown vaccination history or immune status arrive at a feedyard, managers and veterinarians can predict they are at a high risk for BRD. More Info...

While certain states’ crops flourish, drought, greensnap and disease i

While certain states’ crops flourish, drought, greensnap and disease in other states indicate only combines will tell the true yield story of 2018. More Info...

With the U.S. Department of Agriculture proclaiming September as Natio

With the U.S. Department of Agriculture proclaiming September as National Mushroom Month, the Mushroom Council is promoting bowls as a meal option from breakfast to dinner. More Info...

When scouting, it’s a good idea to track productivity in your fields.

When scouting, it’s a good idea to track productivity in your fields. Here are steps to determine production potential by individual field. More Info...

The 2018 edition of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop tour steps-off this co

The 2018 edition of the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop tour steps-off this coming Monday. Will the 100+ scouts find those record breaking crops that USDA is projecting?​ More Info...

A sting operation in Oklahoma has resulted in the arrest of two cattle

A sting operation in Oklahoma has resulted in the arrest of two cattle thieves. More Info...

The California lemon market isn’t backing down from $50 cartons in mid

The California lemon market isn’t backing down from $50 cartons in mid-August, and tight supplies could exist well into September and even October. More Info...

Tuesday Tillerman Seeds LLC., a holding company established last year,

Tuesday Tillerman Seeds LLC., a holding company established last year, acquired assets and real estate of Legacy Seeds, Inc. This acquisition builds on Tillerman’s earlier purchase of DF Seeds, LLC. More Info...

Dairy groups and businesses approve of USDA decision to purchase $50 m

Dairy groups and businesses approve of USDA decision to purchase $50 million of milk for distribution to food banks and assistance programs. More Info...

The Senate passed an extension to Electronic Logging Device (ELD) impl

The Senate passed an extension to Electronic Logging Device (ELD) implementation for livestock haulers that would potentially give more time for regulators and Congress to fix hours of service rules. More Info...

There is a lot to talk about today on the Farmer Forum.

There is a lot to talk about today on the Farmer Forum. More Info...

Because the crop is further along in maturity than most years, Pro Far

Because the crop is further along in maturity than most years, Pro Farmer analysts expect results to be very close to actual yields. More Info...

Land O’Lakes gets creative in funding California digesters

Land O’Lakes gets creative in funding California digesters More Info...

According to the latest AEM Flash Report, July resulted in the second

According to the latest AEM Flash Report, July resulted in the second month in a row where all equipment categories tracked had positive sales year-to-date. More Info...

Along with their vigilance in avoiding any contact with foods or produ

Along with their vigilance in avoiding any contact with foods or products associated with animals, strict vegans also consume plenty of misguided ‘insights.’ More Info...

Procurement and quality assurance officials from four Japanese commerc

Procurement and quality assurance officials from four Japanese commercial feed millers visited the U.S. Grains Council late last month for an annual corn quality information exchange meeting. More Info...

Daily Grain Technicals & Fundamentals (8.15.18)

Are corn, soybeans, and wheat done rallying? More Info...

Crop Tours And Surveys Hope To Infuse Excitement Into Grains

Crop Tours And Surveys Hope To Infuse Excitement Into Grains More Info...

It’s a ‘sell it or smell it’ business, says the CEO of Smithfield Food

It’s a ‘sell it or smell it’ business, says the CEO of Smithfield Foods, Inc., which it part of the Chinese-owned WH Group. With the high Chinese tariffs, the company is finding markets elsewhere for its products. More Info...

What Wages Qualify?

For higher income farmers W2 wages paid can be very important. We explain why and how to calculate these wages. More Info...

The University of Arkansas has released a new nectarine, Effie, named

The University of Arkansas has released a new nectarine, Effie, named for a long-time university employee. More Info...

One economist says he hopes these issues can be resolved quickly becau

One economist says he hopes these issues can be resolved quickly because they are “disruptive and needless.”  More Info...

Syngenta’s newest seed treatment, a premix of three fungicide active i

Syngenta’s newest seed treatment, a premix of three fungicide active ingredients, recently received registration from the EPA. Vibrance Trio will be used on soybean seeds to ensure strong stands and fight disease. More Info...

Daily Livestock Technicals (8.14.18)

Cattle hold support again, time to buy? More Info...

Cattle feeding margins declined $34 per head last week as cash cattle

Cattle feeding margins declined $34 per head last week as cash cattle prices fell $2 per cwt. , leaving closeouts $5 per head in the red. More Info...

Denitrifying bioreactors, otherwise known as bark beds, are effective

Denitrifying bioreactors, otherwise known as bark beds, are effective in reducing nitrogen losses More Info...

U.S. soybean farmer’s biggest foreign competitor Brazil faces new chal

U.S. soybean farmer’s biggest foreign competitor Brazil faces new challenges as a judge moves to ban glyphosate until more toxicology studies are completed. The country will potentially increase soybean acres up to 5%. More Info...

As we saw last week in the USDA reports, the 2018 corn and soybean cro

As we saw last week in the USDA reports, the 2018 corn and soybean crops continue to grow. Jerry Gulke explains the consequences of growing too much of everything and the tariff war on U.S. agriculture. More Info...

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer has added 22 counties into a drought emergency

Kansas Gov. Jeff Colyer has added 22 counties into a drought emergency designation, helping open up water for emergency use. More Info...

In July, the Trump Administration tried to ease some farmers’ financia

In July, the Trump Administration tried to ease some farmers’ financial fears by announcing a $12 billion emergency aid package; aid that's still missing details on timing and amount. More Info...

R-CALF seeks to add states to injunction while NCBA vows to defend che

R-CALF seeks to add states to injunction while NCBA vows to defend checkoff against HSUS and other activists. More Info...

Farm Journal wants to help you address your agronomic management and t

Farm Journal wants to help you address your agronomic management and technology use this season with its 2018 Yield Tour program. The Tour is scheduled this Thursday in Murfreesboro, Tenn. More Info...

Guests include Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), U.S. Cattlemen’s Associatio

Guests include Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-ND), U.S. Cattlemen’s Association Transportation Committee Chairman Steve Hilker, RFA president Bob Dinneen, and Vince Malagna of LaSalle Economics discusses the general economy. More Info...


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