Palmer pigweed and waterhemp went viral across the Midwest this 2017 growing season so it was no surprise that weed control was one of the most popular questions Syngenta fielded this year at the Farm Progress Show. “You can drive down the road here in central Illinois and pick out the soybean fields where you […]
Articles by Ann Hess
Sometimes there are larger projects out on the farm where a tractor just won’t do. That’s where CASE Construction comes in. “The main differentiator for CASE in the agriculture space is the fact that we are a full line supplier that the ag customer can look to when they are working on larger projects, when […]
From large livestock operations to the part-time hobby farmer, New Holland has you covered. We had the opportunity to sit down with Dan Valen, Director of Product Marketing for New Holland North America, at the 2017 Farm Progress Show to get the details on three of our faves from their new lineup. Methane powered concept […]
That vision came true when the Danville School District served burgers from their own FFA-raised beef as part of the Arkansas Farm to School program.
In this current economic climate, many farmers are looking for a good standard economy tractor and that’s where Kubota’s M6S-111 hopes to fit the bill. “In this day and age with the depressed farm economy, a lot of customers are looking for more value in tractors and this is a very value conscious tractor,” said […]
While there’s a ton of agronomy information at the touch of a fingertip these days, sometimes the best method for getting through the growing season, is a boots on the ground approach or as Channel calls it a Field Checkup Series. “When our Seedsmen are out there they are doing some scouting, but they are […]
There’s no doubt about it – farming is going digital. But it can often be confusing as to what digital platforms could help or hinder the decision-making process each growing season. “One of the key things farmers are telling us is look I have lots of data. I don’t have much insights into what I […]
When Topanga McBride moved to a less ag-friendly high school in Fort Collins, she put on her boots and belt buckle and set her peers straight on ag.
Resistant to five modes of action, can travel a half mile or further under windy conditions, and remain viable in the soil for several years — there is no doubt about it, waterhemp is a beast. “Whether they are from Missouri, Illinois, or Minnesota, it sounds like they all have a very similar problem with […]