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Be aware of stalk and grain quality issues

September 21, 2018 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news.com Mother Nature has packed quite the punch for the 2018 growing season and because of that, growers are still dealing with the consequences. more »»

Solar solutions:

September 21, 2018 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yahoo.com LAKE CITY — When Dwight Dial’s local electric utility raised his rates from residential to commercial a year and a half ago, he’d had enough. more »»

Farming is Ag-Citing for adults, too

September 21, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek. more »»

USDA: Sept. crop report bearish

September 21, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek.net Corn and soybean producers across the United States were met with bearish news for both commodities with the USDA’s September supply and demand report. more »»

New and improved Grandpa’s Barn

September 14, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@everte. more »»

Nitrogen management 101

September 14, 2018 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-new. more »»

Owens: ‘making corn silage great again’

September 14, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek.net SUTHERLAND — While fermentation is as old as beer, Fred Owens said that few things have changed when it comes to making — and keeping — corn silage great. more »»

Will conditions improve in time for harvest?

September 14, 2018 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news. more »»

Who’s that trip-trapping over my land?

September 14, 2018 By LAURA CARLSON laura@carlsonwrites.com NEVADA — The familiar nursery story comes to mind as kids leaped around the yard on a recent sunny spring afternoon. more »»

Crickets as snacks?

September 14, 2018 By LAURA CARLSON laura@carlsonwrites. more »»

Grandpa’s Barn anchors changes at CCF

September 7, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek. more »»

Ask Sonny:

September 7, 2018 By DARCY DOUGHERTY MAULSBY yettergirl@yahoo.com AMES — Get a roomful of farmers together and it’s not uncommon to hear some differences of opinion on key issues. more »»

Fort Dodge native, former ag secretary Cochran dies

September 7, 2018 By JANE CURTIS and BILL SHEA jcurtis@messengernews.net When Dale Cochran stepped into the role of Iowa’s secretary of agriculture at the start of 1987, he expected new challenge. more »»

World Food Prize recognizes American researcher

September 7, 2018 Wageningen, Netherlands —To the more than 700 persons attending the Sustainable Development Goals Conference at Wageningen University in the Netherlands, the World Food Prize Foundation announced... more »»

Pro Crop Midwest Tour in Iowa:

September 4, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek.net SPENCER —Anticipated crop yields are up, sometimes significantly, this growing season, according to estimates by scouts on the annual Pro Crop Midwest Tour. more »»

Family is dedicated to carry on their heritage

September 4, 2018 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news.com DUNCOMBE — The Wakeman family, of Duncombe, recently celebrated their family farm’s long history when they received the Heritage Farm award at the Iowa State Fair. more »»

Big Questions 2019

September 4, 2018 By KRISS NELSON editor@farm-news.com JEFFERSON — Questions surrounding agriculture were answered by state Secretary of Agriculture Mike Naig last week during a Big Questions event in Jefferson. more »»

USDA announces details of assistance for farmers

September 4, 2018 WASHINGTON D.C. (USDA)—U.S. more »»

Marketing ahead: choosing the lesser of two evils

September 4, 2018 By KAREN SCHWALLER kschwaller@evertek.net For the most part, growing the grains is the easy part. The hard part is what comes afterwards; getting it all marketed. more »»

 
 

 

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