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  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:00 AM
    In an effort to enhance the functionality, ease-of-use and overall value of John Deere Operations Center to producers, John Deere announced a new software release for its cloud-based platform.
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:00 AM
    The 2016 Compendium of Herbicide Adjuvants is available from Purdue Extension through Purdue’s The Education Store.
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:00 AM
    People with rural property have a variety of uses for it. Some like a large manicured lawn, others grow native fobs and prairie grasses, still others just need a place for their toys.
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:00 AM
    Join the University of Illinois Extension for the Beef Cow/Calf meeting where Travis Meteer, Extension educator, will discuss winter management strategies for cow/calf operations and share information from the latest research being conducted by the University of Illinois.
  • Tuesday, November 15, 2016 9:00 AM
    Speakers will cover topics of interest to beef producers Dec. 6 at the Curtin Land and Cattle Customer Appreciation meeting and private treaty Angus bull sale near Blue Mound.
  • ISA expands outreach into Chicago area
    With an eye on future success of the Illinois soybean industry, farmer directors for the Illinois Soybean Association checkoff program approved an initiative this summer to pursue new opportunities for growth in the Chicago area.
  • Consider 2016 diseases when planning for 2017
    SPONSORED: Where to start the conversation for selecting corn seed for the 2017 growing year? If you’ve had disease issues this year, that’s the place, said Jason Holman, DEKALB and Asgrow technical agronomist for northern Indiana.
  • Some are strange bedfellows, indeed
    I often tell our competitors in agricultural media that there might not be a reason to work together, but there’s never a reason we shouldn’t talk about it. Usually when I see a couple of former enemies become friends, my heart sings a bit.
  • Resistance tops soybean weed talk
    SPONSORED: There has been a lot of conversation about Palmer amaranth, which grows quickly and creates millions of seeds, making it difficult for farmers to control.
  • Reasons behind high soybean yields
    Soybean yields in Illinois have been exceptional, leading to questions on whether technologies have caused a “jump” in soybean yields. While the 2016 state yield will be an outlier, it is too early to say that a new regime of soybean yields exists.
  • Glimpse of Trump ag policies?
    Farmers are fortunate to have so many different agriculture-related groups lobbying for them in Springfield, Ill., and Washington, D.C. While they may not always agree with certain stances of a corn, soybean, pork, beef or dairy organization, that group is doing what it can to push for viable policies that support the family farm.
  • Thankful for so many things this season
    I recently attended an event at Huntington University that centered on faith and farming. At the event, students and leaders talked about ways that faith can intersect with farming principles.
  • Picking top tractor is no easy task
    The Tractor of the Year press conference at the EIMA ag machinery exhibition in Italy is not ordinary announcement to the media — it’s a dramatic presentation replete with blaring music, a flash of a camera lights and shiny award plaques.
  • After election, unity needed across nation
    I had it! I had exactly the perfect lead for this transportation story I was writing. The only problem was that I had this light bulb moment while trying to give my cat half a bath, so not exactly the most pen-and-paper moment.
  • Solid advice for building career
    People have different perceptions depending on their life experiences. And even when people are provided data, some will say it is not true.

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