What Is The Difference Between Crop Rotation And Intercropping?

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The agricultural industry has changed a lot throughout human history. After the industrial revolution and modern machinery’s invention like the tractor nearly 150 years ago, we have advancements like never before. As a modern farmer in 2021, you likely rely on agricultural weather and market data to become a top producer.

Ep 48: Harvesting the Wind

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We’ll talk about farmer perspectives, the economics of wind, how to take community feedback into account, and best practices when considering and reviewing a proposed wind lease for your farm.

Ep 47: Where are the Millions of Missing Acres?

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March’s dynamite prospective planting report dropped and markets responded with surprise and worry to low acres. We take a closer look at plantings, discuss what might explain the absence of several million acres in the report, and more.

What Is An Agricultural Commodity?

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Trading agricultural commodities is more than growing a crop and bringing it to the local market. Knowing commodity trading basics and having the technology to manage your business can be a game-changer. 

Top 8 Benefits of Digital Farming

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In this digital age, it is of no surprise that technology is breaking its way into the ag industry. Now farmers can use digital farming to form insight and make decisions that will yield success. The adoption of digital agriculture has provided a way to make farms sustainable, productive, and profitable. 

Ep 46: The Early Farmer Gets the Wheat

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We talk management styles and varieties, population and soil, pests and water conservation. Plus a careful look at weather effects, and what might be ahead for progressive grain farmers in terms of sustainability and technology.

Don’t Underestimate Severe Springtime Weather

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March 20th, 2021, is officially the first day of astronomical spring in the Northern Hemisphere because it coincides with the vernal equinox. Meteorologists use March 1st to ring in the new season, making it much easier to record and compare. No matter which date you use, however, it’s severe springtime weather season.