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A Quick Guide to Choosing Your Ag School

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By Jeff Melchior Today’s agriculture school is not your dad’s agriculture school. Although fundamental skills such as agronomy and equipment operation are still the bread-and-butter...

What is Delta T and why is it Important for Spraying?

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By Tom Wolf Delta T, also known as “wet bulb depression,” is an atmospheric moisture parameter whose use in spraying has made its way to...

Dry Down

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By Alexis Kienlen Grain dryers are becoming increasingly useful in Prairie farming and more farmers are snapping them up. Scott Keller, who farms in New...

Consider Low-Stress Weaning This Fall

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By Karin Schmid It’s easy to see why weaning is stressful on calves: sudden deprivation of milk and social contact with mothers, being handled for...

Grain Market Analysis: The Struggle of Quality and Quantity

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As winter closes in, and with harvest now behind us, markets should generally stabilize some as buyers focus on trying to establish the quality...

Tried and True

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Some dilemmas, such as choosing a Porsche, Mercedes or BMW, are nice to have. The farming equivalent might be wheat, canola and oats, as...

Tiny and Mighty

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A perpetual thorn in farmers’ sides, pests and diseases require much time, energy and money to control. At large-scale industrial operations and small family...

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