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Whiskey Acres: Distilling in the Napa Valley of Corn

6 November 2018

We are excited to announce our Big Innovators in Ag series. The ag industry is always changing. Our American farmers see a problem and wa...

Best Tillage Options for Your Operation

20 July 2018

Every farm is different. Each farmer faces his or her own fair share of challenges, from the precise lay of the land to the climate and w...

Continuing Drought Conditions Bring Forth a Management Plan

20 February 2018

It’s the same thing every year, plan for dry weather and hope for rain. Moisture is what farmers and ranchers out west are hoping for ri...

The Growing Use of Bio-Solids

1 September 2017

In an article from Cincinnati.com, city officials have pitched a $65 million idea that would utilize human waste to fertilize farms. The...

Managing Risk in Agriculture

20 July 2017

In an ever changing environment, farmers are making risky decisions every day. A lot of the times the consequences of those decisions ar...

Big Ag A Year-End Review- 2016

19 December 2016

Another year has come and gone and with that have many changes to our wonderful industry. With 2016 ending in a matter of weeks, we’re ta...

Are Yields in Danger after Destructive Day of Tornadoes in Indiana?

2 September 2016

After wrapping up what looked to be pretty solid yields for Indiana that were estimated by the Pro Farmer Midwest Crop Tour, some fields ...

Can the Record for U.S. Corn Bushels be broken in 2016?

25 August 2016

Can the U.S. really pull off a record-breaking corn yield? On August 12th, the USDA released the latest crop production report that is s...

Japanese Beetles: The Little Pest Invading Corn and Soybean Fields

29 July 2016

Japanese beetles are starting to become a nuisance for corn and soybean growers this summer. Predominantly found in Nebraska, Japanese b...

Dow Launching New Soybean Burndown Herbicide

7 July 2016

Earlier this year, we reported that Marestail was an early concern for growers. Now that growing season is approaching its half way poin...

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