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Field Service Logic

🕔17:44, 17.Jul 2018

  It won’t be long before the summer harvest is in full swing and along with the satisfaction of  gathering your crops are the worries that breakdowns will impede your progress.  Time is money, and sometimes the windows of opportunity

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Hemp Crop Climbing Higher

🕔17:43, 17.Jul 2018

I wrote about marijuana and industrial hemp about four years ago (http://titanoutletstore.com/cannabis-marijuana-and-industrial-hemp/) and learned a lot about this rapidly expanding crop.  Today, 36 states have legalized hemp cultivation to varying degrees, with the first commercial planting occurring in 2013 when

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This Year’s Corn Concerns

🕔10:02, 3.Jul 2018

Brian Weller, lead agronomist for Central Farm Service, knows that insects are the concern in a dry year and diseases are your worry in a wet year.  Because this spring has been cool and wet, here are some of the

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Connecting People Forever Updated

🕔14:04, 19.Jun 2018

It’s really quite simple – the movement of one’s hand (or just a finger) to acknowledge someone we meet.  The original gesture of waving was saluting, which was formalized in the 1780s, and in the 1800s waving handkerchiefs was used

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Defending Descendants

🕔14:02, 19.Jun 2018

  Today is the first day of summer, and it means lots of farm activity.  If you spent last Sunday with your children in celebration of  Father’s Day, remember their smiling faces and commit yourself to keeping them safe while you go about

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Your Kids and ATVs

🕔13:18, 5.Jun 2018

I remember it well – the balloon tires and fiberglass body of that Honda ATC90 that my father bought for my siblings and I so we’d be entertained on the farm.  He refused to buy us horses, claiming they would bother the

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Dad

🕔13:17, 5.Jun 2018

While there are historical accounts from the early 1900s honoring fathers, it was Lyndon B. Johnson through executive order in 1966, who designated the third Sunday in June as the official day to celebrate dads.  But Father’s Day was not actually

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Make Spraying a Specialty

🕔16:28, 1.May 2018

The act of spraying in its most basic terms involves using chemicals to rid your fields of pests.  But in this day and age when issues of cost control and potential damage from drift loom large, it’s important to make spraying a

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Your Land or Theirs? Updated

🕔16:27, 1.May 2018

For nearly 150 years the federal government has exercised its right to claim the land of private citizens, and traditionally eminent domain has been utilized to facilitate transportation, supply water, construct public buildings and aid in defense readiness – all for

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