MIDDAY-Midwest Digest, July 5, 2021
Max Armstrong shares holiday stories of first responder incidents, news about the Farm Progress show and more about 'jorts.'
Bayer Carbon Program Rewards Growers for Climate-Smart Farming
Bayer turns climate-smart farming practices into revenue streams for growers
Fertilizer tender brings new flexibility, productivity
Heartland Ag launches the first tender designed with a variable-position auger system.
Which diseases could affect corn in 2021?
Corn Illustrated: Weather conditions will determine which diseases have a big year.
Pairwise, Bayer team up to increase kernel rows on corn ears
A new corn phenotype that boosts productivity is in Midwest farm field trials.
Plan now for beef cattle’s winter hay needs
Calculate hay quantity and winter-feeding loss.
OpTIS 2.0 adds geography, cropping seasons and search options
OpTIS expands to include data for 2019 —all of Kansas, and new watersheds in Wisconsin, Michigan, Tennessee and Kentucky.
Farm Progress America, July 6, 2021
Max Armstrong reports on new farm worker rules and what they may mean for farm employers
Arkansas corn and soybean acres rise, cotton and rice fall
USDA reports that growers are counting on corn, soybeans and peanuts, falling back on cotton.
Tread carefully in organizing farm operations, attorney says
Mark Maloney tell producers they must navigate a number of regulations to remain actively engaged.