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Growers in many states have spent the winter months in drought conditions, and there’s non way to tell what Mother Nature has in store for the spring planting season. If we get rains like 2013, what if there was a … Continue reading...
Our latest ZimmPoll asked the question, “What’s best in the new farm bill?” More than a third of our respondents agree that crop insurance tops the charts, along with nothing. We see a bit of an oxymoron there! Our poll … Continue reading ?
New combines and headers from New Holland were getting a lot of attention at the National Farm Machinery Show. I got Cole Sanford to take a few minutes and walk me through some of the new features on the CR8090 … Continue reading ?
AgHires founder Lori Culler says her company is working to do its part to help farms and agribusinesses find the right people to help them keep up with demand as we move toward that 2050 milestone of 9 billion people … Continue reading ?
Today Aunt Jeanette writes: We have had another unusual winter here in south central Nebraska – as has most of the country. The snow and ice have not caused many problems for us, however, the cold temps have been another … Continue reading ?
Ag Engage and Penton Farm Progress Group announce their new Precision Aerial Ag Show, the first-ever outdoor exposition for unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) use in agriculture, to be held July 9 and 10, 2014 at Progress City USA, Decatur, Ill. … Continue reading ?
The 2014 National Farm Machinery Show marks 49 years of the largest indoor farm show in the United States. “This show is as big or bigger than ever before,” said show manager Corinne Fetter. “We are sold out in space … Continue reading ?
The media room at the National Farm Machinery Show is sponsored again this year by FMC. Thank you FMC! Only the media know how important this is. For one thing, it provides us a place to get away from the … Continue reading ?
Hello from day one of the National Farm Machinery Show. As usual, we get off to a very busy start with lots of interviews scheduled. I’ll be sharing them with you into next week I’m sure. One of our main … Continue reading ?
It’s the miracle with no ice. Cindy and I arrived in Louisville, KY this afternoon for the National Farm Machinery Show after traveling through Atlanta. The timing just worked out since it was only raining when we went through. We … Continue reading ?
The Agricultural Relations Council has a new website. It is built with WordPress, our platform of choice! Good day. From all of us at ARC (board and staff) we are pleased to announce that the new and improved ARC web … Continue reading ?
Nominations are due March 15 for the Agricultural Public Relations Hall of Fame, an award program honoring agricultural public relations professionals who have made lifetime contributions to the industry. The program, sponsored by the Agricultural Relations Council and AgriMarketing magazine, … Continue reading ?
DuPont and the Story County Sheriff’s Office are working together to establish the first-ever Farm Watch program in Iowa to enhance security and safety of rural residents and farmers. MGEX announced that preliminary trading volume reached 26,404 futures and options … Continue reading ?
To the surprise of traders, USDA increased the projection for U.S. corn exports this marketing year, lowering ending stocks in the latest World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimate (WASDE) report. U.S. feed grain ending stocks for 2013/14 are expected lower … Continue reading ?
You often get the best perspective on what a company does and what its culture is like by talking with the founder. I had that pleasure last week at the MapShots Customer Conference to visit with founder Ted Macy. MapShots, … Continue reading ?
The Beef Board has a new Chairman. She’s Kim Brackett, Idaho cow/calf and stocker producer. Here’s what it means to her. You can also listen to her describe her goals in the audio clip below: “That has been such a … Continue reading...
DuPont is partnering with a county sheriff’s office in Iowa to establish the state’s first Farm Watch program to enhance security and safety of rural residents and farmers. DuPont and the Story County Sheriff’s Office will work together in this … Continue reading ?
New Holland Agriculture is rewarding two state cattle industry organizations for their superior membership recruitment efforts in 2013. The Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association and the Missouri Cattlemen’s Association each earned use of a piece of equipment from New … Continue reading ?
The new president of the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association (NCBA) is Bob McCan of Texas, who succeeded Scott George as president during the board of directors meeting last week. “It is a great honor to be elected to lead NCBA … Continue reading ?
Glass Atlanta. That’s where I was this weekend following the MapShots Customer Conference. This event was really for the public to get their first look at Glass, wear it and learn about it. In the venue there were demo stations … Continue reading ?