- Soil Erosion Took Its Toll Over the Winter
Any kind of tillage on soybean stubble set field up for even worse soil erosion.
- Are You Sure Your Herd Bull is Ready?
County programs make bull testing more economical and efficient.
- Young Farmers Using Social Media to Connect with Consumers
Farm Bureau survey reveals what young farmers are most concerned about, and how they are using new social media tools to operate their farms
- Check Planter Settings and Make Adjustments for Cool, Wet Spring
Your goal should be putting the least pressure as possible on damp soils.
- Ag Economists Meet Farmers During Management Tour
Mark down June 16 and 17 for Indiana Farm Management Tour
- Seed Lubricant Applicator Choices are Becoming More Readily Available
Simplify filling your planter this spring by incorporating a seed lubricant applicator.
- 5 Steps to Successful Planting in a Cool Spring
Expert says you need to think differently about planting in cool year.
- 2014 is the Wrong Year to Shave Herbicide Rates
Cool weather usually means slower growth for plants and weeds.
- Farm Safety Should Be On Your Mind At All Times
Agriculture is considered the most dangerous industry in the nation; it's time to practice what we preach
- How to Prepare for Planting in a Cool Spring
Take steps that will let crops have the best chance possible in cool soils.