Posted on March 3, 2014
Spring is a very busy and often hectic time for farmers and livestock producers. They have a limited timeframe to perform a myriad of tasks including soil sampling, tillage and field preparation, fertilization, weed control and planting. Trying to get everything done between the various spring weather elements is often difficult.
Posted on January 30, 2014
In the spring, time is everything to corn producers and spreading the work load can improve timeliness of operations and efficiency of inputs. Many producers utilize split applications of nitrogen (N) and typically apply a portion of their fertilizer preplant. While all N applications are susceptible to N-loss, several management...
Posted on January 29, 2014
Featuring its second largest crowd, the 22nd Annual National No-Tillage Conference, held Jan. 15 – 18 in Springfield, Ill., provided “honest” no-till education for producers and industry professionals. The conference featured informative sessions surrounding all aspects of no-till practices, including equipment, fertility, soil health,...
Posted on December 16, 2013
When it comes to manure management in the dairy industry, producers can face many challenges. At North Dakota State University (NDSU), Gerry Erickson, farm manager, and Todd Molden, dairy herdsman, are familiar with the issues surrounding manure management, because they experience them firsthand on the NDSU dairy farm. During the past...
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