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A possible increase of Russian export tax on wheat could be good news for U.S. wheat farmers.
Nearly 130 industry organizations signed a letter to the Senate ag committee.
Start by dividing a field into sections between five and 10-acres large, a crops educator said.
The industry has several products, label updates and products in the pipeline to consider.
Tom Vilsack will face questioning from the Senate committee on agriculture, nutrition and forestry.
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The Hefty brothers explain a few conversions you need to make to understand how much of certain nutrients is in your soil.
A grain farmer shares his experience on how he experimented with cover crops and interseeding on the field and what he learnt with this practices.
A farm and ranch management educator outlines crop budgets for the 2021 season.
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