For decades, custom harvesters have played a vital role in North American agriculture. Starting in May of each year, custom harvesters begin their travels, following wheat and small grain harvests from south to north. As harvesting professionals, they’re tasked with helping growers harvest their crops in a timely manner, assembling hard-working crews, owning and operating…

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What would you do if you could understand how your yield varies across your fields? Nick Welker takes you on a deep dive into his farm’s AFS Connect data during the FFA Horizon Conference, pinpointing what he’s learned and how he’s going to course correct for next year.

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We know the feeling — it’s tempting to park your planter in the shed to catch up on other jobs after you get those last seeds in the ground. But to hit the fields quicker and boost productivity next spring, it’s important to take the time now to make any repairs and properly prep your planter for storage.   Here’s your post-planting season…

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In tight planting windows, you only have one chance to get your seeds in the ground at the right depth and spacing — and you don’t have time for downtime. Issues in the field during planting are often preventable and a result of not sticking to maintenance schedules. Precision Planting® products are available to help…

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Planting soybeans earlier can be critical to maximizing yield potential.1 Why wait until you’re done planting corn with your planter to start planting soybeans? Adding a lower-investment air drill to your operation can be a great option to help you plant soybeans earlier or into tough no-till seedbeds. Here are three reasons why you should…

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