- Crop Rotation Tips: Design a More Effective Rotation
Properly designed "risky" rotations can make more money in the long run but can result in substantial losses over the short-term. Download our free report.
- Corn Rootworm Beetle Populations Might Be Lower
Extremely cold winter weather may have taken toll on eggs.
- Four In Running For Prestigious Conservation Award
The Leopold Conservation Award finalists include crop and livestock farms and ranches and feedlot operation.
- Consider Teff Grass for Emergency Forage, Hay Supplement
Teff grass can produce a large amount of forage quickly.
- DuPont Pioneer Donates To NDSU
The company will have naming rights to the basketball court in the new Sanford Health Athletic Complex-Scheels Center.
- Apply Now For Soybean Trip To Pacific Northwest Ports
Tour of grain exporting terminals was an eye opener for Dakota soybean grower. "Until you see it firsthand, you have no idea," he says.
- S.D. Dairy Princess Crowned
Katelyn Grehl, Hitchcock, S.D., will be the new dairy ambassador; Katie Merrill, Parker, S.D., is runner-up.
- How Early Can You Plant Soybeans?
Early is good, but not too early. Soil should be 50 degrees F with a warming trend in the forecast.
- Adopt A Farmer Is A Big Success
Farmers score points for agriculture when they visit kids in their classrooms.
- Do You Own More Mineral Rights?
How find out if you own the mineral rights to the land you farm or if you own mineral rights that have been severed from the surface rights.