The correct mixture of nutrients is critical for farmers to raise a successful crop in 2023 despite uncertainty in the ag sector. Southern Nebraska farmer Brian Herbeck tells Brownfield he is changing his nutrient management plan. “With the higher input costs, I find that... Read More.
Producers and lawmakers in a Midwestern state say their state’s water supply is in dire need of a solution before it runs dry. Several multi-year droughts in the last 20 years have depleted the Ogallala Aquifer, but Northeast Kansas cattle rancher Phillip Perry tells... Read More.
Seed Consultants Product Manager Matt Hutcheson is encouraging growers to scout fields before and during harvest. “You can still determine what’s going on in your fields by digging if you have some compaction that needs to be resolved. If you have diseases, whether... Read More.
The Federal Bureau of Investigation is asking that farmers take extra steps to secure their data ahead of the 2022 harvest season. Gene Kowel is the special agent in charge with the Omaha Field Office and says there were 10 major ransomware attacks on... Read More.
An ag economist says farmers should consider the broader U.S. economy as they formulate their risk management plans for 2023. Brian Briggeman is with K-State University. “You can you look at this macroeconomy and what I would paint a picture for is a lot... Read More.
A Midwestern state senator who is in Ukraine providing humanitarian relief says farmers are racing against the clock to get their crops harvested. Tom Brewer of Nebraska tells Brownfield about a quarter of the country’s ag land has been lost to Russian attacks. “We... Read More.