Grain losses are tricky. They can hit your bottom line in several different ways and quickly add up — from grain left in the field to dockage at the elevator due to poor grain quality. In an economy where margins are razor-thin and every last bushel of clean, quality grain in the tank counts, losses…

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In our first livestock equipment post, we discussed Farmall tractors. Today we look at hay and forage equipment for any size operation. As farm chores change, the versatility of Case IH equipment remains the same. With extensive tractor and attachment lines, livestock farmers can move from feedlot to hayfield with ease. What Case IH haying…

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Brian and Darren Hefty are our guest bloggers for this post. They are responsible for the Ag PhD series of newsletters, TV programs, radio broadcasts and workshops that help farmers get the largest yields and profit returns possible. This week, they share the No. 1 practice you can use to increase soybean yields. What management…

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The first day of Farm Progress Hay Expo was perfect for making hay. That might have kept some producers – who were hungry to get hay put up at home – at bay, but the event posed an excellent opportunity to see firsthand the latest in hay and forage equipment. Did you attend Hay Expo…

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