Jan 27, 2016
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Catching up with an expanding technology

A specialized corn that makes producing ethanol easier is gaining traction in the market, but the process takes time and requires plenty of research....More
Jan. 25, 2016
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Last fall, for many, was a nearly historic harvest with no weather stoppages, what does that mean for spring planting?

Midwest farmers look back on the fall harvest of 2015 as a different kind of record breaker. For many it was a 40-day non-stop forced-march to the finish, and what does that mean for your operation in 2016?...More
Jan 22, 2016
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Technology’s next wave

In the last few years we’ve written a lot of articles on sensors, telematics, canbus, big data, and other hot-button technologies that are changing farming. Now, there’s a report that that puts them all in context....More
Jan 18, 2016
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Looking back on 2015 from an Ohio perspective

Wet weather, tough tillage and more grain bins make it an interesting year. A Northwest Ohio wrap-up...More
Jan 12, 2016
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Taking on the GMO labeling question

One company - Cambpell - is going to start including labels for genetically engineered ingredients on its products. How will consumers react? No one knows....More

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