Achieve optimum planting depth this spring

When it comes to planting corn, how deep is deep enough and how shallow is too shallow? Researchers share how corn development is affected at different planting depths. FULL STORY »

Know how much N you have before applying more

Knowing how much nitrogen is in the soil will help you apply the right amount of fertilizer this spring. FULL STORY »

Western Dairy Management Conference is next week

The 2013 Western Dairy Management Conference is March 6-8 at John Ascuaga's Nugget, Reno, Nev. FULL STORY »

Researchers study chop length of low-quality forage

Penn State research suggests that when low-quality hay or straw is added to the diet to achieve extra chewing or rumination, chopping it fine enough to minimize sorting will help cows to consume the amount of forage desired and still provide physically effective fiber. FULL STORY »

Central Plains Dairy Expo is next week

The event, scheduled for March 26-28, in Sioux Falls, S.D., includes virtual farm tours, a trade show, educational seminars and a free concert by country music star Phil Vassar. FULL STORY »

I-29 Dairy Conference is next week

Head to Sioux Falls, S.D., next Wednesday and Thursday for the I-29 Dairy Conference. FULL STORY »

Tips to reduce early-season stress on corn emergence

Planting corn early offers a number of potential benefits, but choosing the wrong planting date can have adverse effects on crop establishment. FULL STORY »

Tips on how to reduce early-season emergence stress

Although planting corn early often results in higher yields, choosing the wrong planting date can have adverse effects on crop establishment. Cold, wet conditions can make corn emergence difficult, causing yield loss. FULL STORY »

Milk production continues to advance based on yields

According to the latest Livestock, Dairy and Poultry Outlook by the USDA, the most recent USDA World Agricultural Supply and Demand estimates lowered the 2012/13 season-average price of corn to $6.75-$7.65 per bushel. FULL STORY »

Four steps to implement variable rate seeding

Variable rate seeding can help you maximize overall profits by selecting the best planting rates for each area of a field. Here are four steps to get you started with a variable rate seeding program. FULL STORY »

Plan ahead for silage storage

As spring approaches, the anticipation of forage harvest arrives. Thus, now is the time to evaluate your storage for the upcoming silage season. FULL STORY »

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