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“Rather than taking days to weeks, we can do it in minutes, and it is very affordable. We don’t need to rely on supercomputers or cloud computing. We can do it on a laptop.”
The Farm News Media team visited with TC Hufman, area digital services lead with Encirca during the 2018 Commodity Classic in Anaheim, CA regarding the benefits of Encirca and how growers are making better decisions with the tools from Encirca.
Grants from $100,000 to $3 million are available to state and local governments, federally-recognized tribes, nonprofits and for-profit corporations. Applicants must be able to provide a 15 percent match on the desired grant amount.
“It will be transformative for growers to be able to measure every single plant in the field in a short period of time,” Bernacchi said.
Brad Colman, director of Weather Science at the Climate Corporation spoke with the Farm News Media team about the launch of Monsanto's new, mobile RRXtend Spray App during the 2018 Commodity Classic in Anaheim, CA.
A new way to seed script.
The Farm News Media team visited with Andy Unverferth, marketing manager with Unverferth Manufacturing during the 2018 Commodity Classic Show in Anaheim, CA regarding the NutriMax liquid fertilizer applicator.
The John Deere Company turns 100 in 2018 and the Farm News Media team caught up with Tiffany Turner, product manager with John Deere to discuss the company’s plans to celebrate the major milestone.
Michigan Farm Bureau members can save $300 to $500 per unit on Case IH tractors, balers and more.
The Farm News Media team caught up with Missy
Bauer of B&M Crop Consulting to review a 10-point planter check list. Watch
this video for some great tips and tricks on planter maintenance.
Financial benchmarks provide farmers key insights into how their operation is performing financially and help identify areas for improvement.
In today’s challenging economic times, it is more important than ever to monitor the operational efficiency of your operation.
It is generally well accepted that a building permit is not required for buildings used for agricultural purposes if the building does not include retail trade.
Farming is a capital-intensive business, with land, equipment and facilities that can run into millions of dollars.
As more employers plan to use the H-2A program, completing the following items this year will make an easier transition to H-2A employment.