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Early season turkey hunting strategies

A turkey hunting expert from Minnesota says the early season can be a fun time to hunt turkeys. Shane Simpson tells Brownfield there are several things to focus on when hunting gobblers during the first few days of the season. Listen to his tips... Read More.

WPS Farm Show starts Tuesday

Wisconsin’s largest and longest-running farm show begins Tuesday. The 61st WPS Farm Show is hosted each year by Wisconsin Public Service, a utility provider for much of Wisconsin, and their We Energies partners at the Experimental Aircraft Association grounds in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Matt... Read More.

Work out planter software kinks now

Farmers are preparing for a busy spring planting season. Stine Seed director of agronomy Tom Larson says understanding how software technology can lead to greater efficiencies is part of that preparation for many growers. “If there’s updates, the time to install those updates is now. ... Read More.

SD farmers expect later start to spring planting

South Dakota farmers are expecting spring planting delays due to the cool spring temperatures forecasted and the heavy snowpack. In Mitchell, South Dakota, Chet Edinger says he is hoping to start fieldwork by mid-April, but other farmers are considering a May 1 start. “That’s... Read More.

Growers ready for autonomous solutions

Nearly a third of growers say they expect to invest in autonomous farm machinery in the next decade according to a recent survey about its adoption. Contributing author Dan Crummett tells Brownfield labor was the top reason why. “Fifty-three percent said their interest was based... Read More.

More moisture expected in Missouri

A hydrologist with the National Weather Service in St. Louis says steady, consistent rains are expected in portions of Missouri this spring. Mark Fuchs says the moisture will help Missouri continue to transition out of dry conditions. “We really don’t have much significant drought left... Read More.

Soybeans, corn, wheat close solidly higher

Soybeans were higher on commercial and technical buying, still ending the week sharply lower. Soybeans are heavily oversold, bouncing off the recent one-year lows. Soybean meal and oil also saw solid oversold bounce, coming back from their recent lows. The losses in bean... Read More.