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MENTOR NETWORK SERVES AS VALUABLE REFERENCE FOR AG PRODUCERS

Jan 08, 2020

NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE (NRCS), Huron, S.D., Jan.3, 2020 - When your doctor prescribes a new daily regimen or a major surgery to improve your health, it's common practice to turn to an expert and seek a second opinion. When setting out to improve the health of your crop, range and pastureland, there's a resource for finding advice from other producers who've made the same journey.

KEYS TO DIAGNOSING CALVES

Jan 07, 2020

Battling sickness is the last thing any cattle producer wants to deal with in the winter weather. Keeping calves healthy and knowing the signs and symptoms can help alleviate this stress during the snowy months.  

STEPS TO PREP FOR CALVING SEASON

Jan 07, 2020

With calving season approaching, it is important to be ready for whatever, whenever calves begin to hit the ground. From preparing your cows for their increased nutritional demands to taking inventory on calving supplies, this checklist can help you in preparing for the season ahead.

FRYING UP LOCAL FLAVOR: SMALL TOWN BAR USES SOYBEAN OIL GROWN LOCALLY

Jan 03, 2020

In the true spirit of farm-to-table, a restaurant in one small South Dakota town is making its food with the soybeans local farmers deliver to the grain elevator next door.

AGPRO TOP FACILITY: AGTEGRA MCLAUGHLIN AGRONOMY CENTER

Jan 03, 2020

McLaughlin Agronomy Center was recently highlited as AgPro Top Facility.

MANAGING THROUGH THE PROPANE CRUNCH

Dec 17, 2019

There have been a lot of conversations about the fall propane shortage, says Agtegra Energy Vice President Kent Borstad. “But it’s really not so much a shortage, as a logistics issue,” says Borstad.

CORN QUALITY WEIGHING IN ON HARVEST OUTCOMES

Dec 17, 2019

Unfortunately, the impacts of the shortened growing season and less than ideal conditions throughout 2019 are continuing to reflect on corn harvest.

ON THE WATCH FOR WHITE MOLD NEXT YEAR

Dec 17, 2019

Your agronomy department is issuing a ‘high alert’ for white mold on soybeans next year. That’s according to Agtegra Agronomy Tech Service Manager Brad Ruden

ROI STRATEGIES EMERGING

Dec 17, 2019

In a year when positive paybacks have been hard to find, mid-season nitrogen strategies on both soybeans and corn are showing significant returns on investment (ROI), according to Agtegra Agronomy Tech Service Manager Brad Ruden. That’s one of the key plant nutrition takeaways from the 2019 Agtegra test plots.

TW and FM CHALLENGES ABOUND in THE 2019 CORN HARVEST

Nov 25, 2019

As harvest has progressed, the quality of the South Dakota and North Dakota corn crops have deteriorated rapidly. 

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