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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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There is a lot of debate on whether carbon sequestered in the land should be considered real or personal property.

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With current market incentives to increase crop yields and doing whatever it takes to boost those yields, building soil organic matter can sometimes takes a backseat on farms.

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With the widespread drought this year, many forages contain higher levels of nitrate than normal. While testing and recommendations for toxicity levels are available, a little understanding of the biology of nitrate will help utilize nitrate-containing forage.

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For a long time, many producers and researchers have looked at soil as a sterile environment we could control just by adding all the nutrients we wanted, often as synthetic fertilizers.

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A representative soil sample accurately captures the traits of the soil in that area.

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Succession planning is often delayed or derailed due to dysfunction or disharmony in the family. When a group struggles to work effectively together, there are three options:

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