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With the ever rising costs of equipment, inputs and pretty much everything on the farm, protecting your investment is becoming very critical. Stolen tractors, implements, tools and anything else a thief can sell quickly, or overseas, is becoming common place in our rural communities. Cameras are an excellent deterrent to stop would be thieves from violating your business and life. With many farmers living at their place of business, thefts can feel violating to your entire…Continue
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It is that time of year to place orders for corn seed. Two questions you should ask yourself are: 1) How many hours do I spend selecting corn hybrids? 2) Who and what influence my decision? Regardless of how you answered these questions, selecting hybrids each year is one of the most important routine decisions producers make that drives profitability.
When selecting a variety, you should consider:
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Jake's video from YouTube.
My corn is planted and on its way up! It was none too warm on the weekend while I sat on my open air tractor planting two fields of corn. The cold rain on Monday gave me a bit to worry about, daytime highs of 13C are not particularly desirable, but the heat has shown up and the corn seed has noticed. Only5 days in the ground and I have an up shoot. The forecast has some reasonable temperatures called for, so I hope to see it out of the ground by the end of next week.
I have been…Continue
Been doing my best not to plant corn yet. Nights are just too cold. Taking the extra time to get things ready has been well worth it. While moving equipment around I noticed a slash on the front tire of my planting tractor. At first I thought I had driven over something, but it was far worse. The rubber was simply peeling away from the cords. Can't be too upset, the tires were likely over 20 years old. My first thought was replace the damaged one, then I immediately decided, the other…Continue
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