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Variety Selection – Is Newer Better
Are The newest latest varieties worth running out to jump on immediately? Not always. Older established varieties have a track record of years of broadacre performance and reliability data to back them. In addition, they usually are cheaper as the royalty sliding scale decreases to the breeder, which translates to cheaper seed for you.
Soybeans – Why Should I Consider Growing Them as a Part of My Rotation?
What are the reasons that you should consider growing soybeans in your rotation? Well, we can speak from experience as we have grown this crop for over a decade, and can share some insights, both good and bad to give some guidance as to whether this crop is a fit for your operation.
Nutrient Densification – Hype Or Fact?
You may be wondering what the term “Nutrient Densification” means. That’s a fair question. To explain, let me give a little bit of background perspective. When I first started farming, we had sheep on the farm. A lot of them. Over 400 head at one point. One year we had a bunch of poor feed and we were running that through the ewes.
Does Your Farm Have a Biology Program?
On our farms, we have a number of programs in place to produce our crops. We have a fertility program, a herbicide program, sometimes a fungicide program, on irrigation we have a watering program, but does your operation have a “Biology Program”?