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Manage employees, analyze yield drivers, explore forage markets, become more confident in preparing farm financial statements, and untangle farm succession issues.

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With the recent fires, farmers and ranchers may have questions about what to do with their land and pasture. Here are some questions and answers to consider.

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Fertilizer, water and other input costs are skyrocketing. To combat these costs, you need a forage field with maximum forage quality. Enter: forage sorghum. Forage sorghum will save you A LOT of money, and University studies prove sorghum offers forage quality comparable to corn.

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With spring just around the corner, you may be starting to think about your forage plans for your operation. Whether you are ready to put your cows out on pasture or begin a new harvest of haylage, it’s important to know what you are feeding your animals.

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It’s a sure sign of spring when we see those white steel cylindrical tanks again beginning to dot the landscape. Spring is also a great time to review your farm’s anhydrous ammonia safety program with employees, so it’s top-of-mind as they begin field work.

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Carbon market programs can offer agricultural producers strong incentives to implement practice changes that reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve soil health.

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Both the immediate and long-term future of the equipment manufacturing industry will be defined by the development of a number of prominent trends, each of which is poised to have a significant impact in 2022 (and, in many cases, beyond).

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