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MANAGEMENT

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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As temperatures rise, many producers are revisiting pest management strategies and practices after a record number of herbicide drift-impacted acres were reported from 2017’s growing season.

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One of the primary strategies for managing risk is transferring risk outside the farm or ranch through insurance products or other mechanisms.

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As a Wisconsin farm kid, one of my most loved and despised memories of growing up happened during haying season – the love of the smell of hay and the dislike of repeatedly losing the hay mow stacking competition to my much taller brothers.

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In the Northern Great Plains, 70 to 75 percent of annual precipitation is received between April and the end of June. Rainfall during this period is critical in order to have a “normal” or “above normal” year in terms of forage production.

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Forage plant improvement programs in ryegrass, small grains and forage legumes have been and continue to be an integral part of beef production research.

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It is amazing the difference in animal health on different pastures. In many cases, this can be attributed to plant health, which is a product of healthy soil. In the major commodities, there is lots of talk of cover crops for several reasons; one is soil health. With a healthy soil, there is less plant diseases and in some cases, even less insect pressure.

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