NASDA Meeting - Greg Ibach -

NASDA Meeting - Greg Ibach -

National Associations of State Department of Agriculture meeting where they plan and discuss agriculture issues.... More
What Producers And Veterinarians Think About LONGRANGE®?

What Producers And Veterinarians Think About LONGRANGE®?

Our panel of experts share what producers and veterinarians are saying about how LONGRANGE® performs in the field.... More
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What's the Benefit of THERAPHASE™ technology in LONGRANGE®?

What does it mean for LONGRANGE® to have TheraphaseTM technology and what is the benefit for cattle producers?... More
Waiting For A Shift In U.S. Corn Acres

Waiting For A Shift In U.S. Corn Acres

Farmers in the United States are about to harvest one of their best corn crops ever and prices are low. Todd Gleason reports they may need to hang on to the crop for while if they want a better offer, and that could take a shift to soybeans next spring.... More
Proper Weed Control Key For Farmers And Homeowners

Proper Weed Control Key For Farmers And Homeowners

Farmers and homeowners both benefit from timely weed control that is done safely and properly to protect water quality. That was the focus of the SDSU weed booth at the SD State Fair. Michelle Rook has the story.... More
Combine In Saskatchewan

Combine In Saskatchewan

Combine harvesting grain near Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. ... More
Wheat Harvest In Southern Alberta

Wheat Harvest In Southern Alberta

Harvest at No Hills Farms, AB. ... More

Canola And Winter Wheat Seeding 2016

Canola And Winter Wheat Seeding 2016

Progress of the canola through out the year from spraying to harvest. after canola we seeded winter wheat with a Bourgault 3710 disc drill. ... More
 Cow-Calf Corner: Replacement Heifers

Cow-Calf Corner: Replacement Heifers

Glenn Selk discusses ways to ensure yearly replacement heifers are ready for fall breeding season.... More
Rainout Shelters

Rainout Shelters

Tom Allen, Ph.D., Mississippi State University Plan Pathologist at the Delta Research and Extension Center, discusses how rainout shelters will be used to determine the weather conditions that contribute to late-season seed rot in soybeans. These shelters will compare overhead irrigation to no o... More
 Count The Legs Before You Spray

Count The Legs Before You Spray

Tom Royer offers management advice on controlling fall armyworms in wheat and canola fields. ... More
Why Is My Oak Dying?

Why Is My Oak Dying?

In the lush green landscape of a season with plentiful rain, memories of the record Texas drought of 2011 could fade. But hundreds of calls, emails and tree samples sent to the Texas Plant Diagnostic Lab in College Station tell a different story.... More
The Drought Effect on Soybeans

The Drought Effect on Soybeans

Holly Loucas, Customer Agronomist at Dow Seeds explains the chemistry and biology of a soybean plant when stressed by extended drought conditions.... More
Stalk Rot Issues - Tamra Jackson-Ziems

Stalk Rot Issues - Tamra Jackson-Ziems

Tamra Jackson-Ziems, Nebraska Extension plant pathologist, describes how farmers can scout for stalk rot issues in high-risk cornfields.... More
Soybean Variety Selection - Nathan Mueller

Soybean Variety Selection - Nathan Mueller

Nathan Mueller, Nebraska Extension cropping systems educator, explains why soybean variety selection is one of the most important decisions for growers.... More
Cow Input Costs - Rick Funston

Cow Input Costs - Rick Funston

Rick Funston, Nebraska Extension beef cattle reproductive physiologist, talks about the importance of monitoring input costs for cow/calf producers.... More
Farm Basics - Soil Sampling

Farm Basics - Soil Sampling

On this week's Farm Basics, Brian and Darren Hefty talk about soil sampling. The importance of doing soil sampling on your farm and how to correctly do soil sampling in your fields.... More
Soybean Harvest Moisture

Soybean Harvest Moisture

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about soybean harvest moisture and harvesting your soybeans when that moisture is just right.... More
AGam In Kansas - West Nile Virus In Horses

AGam In Kansas - West Nile Virus In Horses

(Dr. Chris Blevins) Hello, and welcome to Horsing Around. I'm Dr. Chris Blevins at Kansas State University Veterinary Health Center. Today joined by Dr. Katie Delph. She is one of the internal medicine clinicians here at the vet school, and today, we're going to talk a little bit about a fairly ... More
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