Can you Lower Energy Costs for Field Crop Production?
Jan 18, 2021

Video: Can you Lower Energy Costs for Field Crop Production?

Field crop production can be energy-intensive, but luckily there are many low or no-cost ways to greatly decrease the amount of energy needed for field crops.
 

Can you Lower Energy Costs for Field Crop Production?

Can you Lower Energy Costs for Field Crop Production?

Field crop production can be energy-intensive, but luckily there are many low or no-cost ways to greatly decrease the amount of energy needed for field crops.... More
Soybean Gall Midge

Soybean Gall Midge

Brian and Darren Hefty talk about the challenges of dealing with soybean gall midge larvae.... More
Winter Pivot Maintenance Could Save You Time and Money

Winter Pivot Maintenance Could Save You Time and Money

With margins being so tight for a number of farmers heading into 2021, it's more important than ever to avoid any type of setback during growing season.... More
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It hasn’t felt too bad for a week in January. Nebraska Extension Ag Climatologist Al Dutcher has our forecast for the week.... More
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Strip Tillage: The Basics

Have you been considering strip tillage on your farm? The first of this six-part video series will teach you the basics of what a strip tillage system is.... More
Corn Harvest 2020 | Massey Ferguson 8780 Combine Harvesting Corn

Corn Harvest 2020 | Massey Ferguson 8780 Combine Harvesting Corn

Corn Harvest 2020 | Massey Ferguson 8780 Combine Harvesting Corn | Ontario, Canada... More
Combine Cleanout Process for Growers

Combine Cleanout Process for Growers

Cleaning combines is an important step in the seed production process. This video provides a review of basic combine cleaning principles and processes that can be applied to a range of combine types.... More

Herding Solar Sheep

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A little bit of our herding dog Dash working our solar grazing flock, we graze a 200 acre site within the City of Ottawa limits. count the sheep if you need to sleep.... More
2020 On-Farm Network Results Series: Dry Bean Nitrogen Fertility

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Sometimes trials lead to new questions more than they do answers...perhaps that was the case with our dry bean nitrogen fertility trials this season. Check out the effect of different N rates in pinto beans and black beans!... More
Cultivating Trust Conference:Welcome from Henry Van Ee

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Welcome to Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan's Cultivating Trust Conference... More
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Assembly Instructions for 10' Cattle Crowding Tub with 180° Alley Exit | Single Alley | Arrowquip

Instructions on how to assemble your 10' Arrowquip cattle crowding tub with 180° alley exit properly.... More
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Cargill Specialty Canola Program Territory Manager, Mike Kirzinger, shares why our two new TruFlex hybrids make the 2021 VICTORY Canola lineup the strongest one yet.... More
Weed of the Week - Honeyvine Milkweed

Weed of the Week - Honeyvine Milkweed

The Hefty brothers discuss options for controlling honeyvine milkweed on the farm.... More
Measuring Bulk Density

Measuring Bulk Density

Mr. David Lamm, Project Manager, Healthy Soils for Sustainable Cotton at the Soil Health Institute, and Dr. Buz Kloot, Research Associate Professor, Environmental Health Sciences/Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina, demonstrate how to take a soil bulk density sampl... More
Sustainability Important to Georgia Beef Producers

Sustainability Important to Georgia Beef Producers

Despite what people may think, sustainability is a word those connected to agriculture take very seriously.... More
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Corn Board Membership

Corn Board Membership

Kelly Brunkhorst, Executive Director of the Nebraska Corn Board, explains the petition process for new board members and how to be considered.... More
Larger Particles in Starter Feed Lead to Better Performance

Larger Particles in Starter Feed Lead to Better Performance

Starter feed of larger particles consumed by young chicks is associated with better performance during the lifetime of broiler birds, according to a study conducted at Mississippi State University.... More
John Deere TerrainControl™ Pro Set Up with 2021 software

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This video explains how to setup the John Deere TerrainControlTM Pro system.... More
MF TW 160 | | Trailed wrapper | Hay & Forage

MF TW 160 | | Trailed wrapper | Hay & Forage

The MF TW 130 and MF 160 are easy to use straightforward wrappers with a grid frame and exceptionally low wrapping table.... More
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