Drought and skyrocketing input costs have caused some cattle producers in Nebraska to change their grazing strategies. Adam Sweitzer says he uses prescribed fires in the spring to burn off woody encroachment to help conserve the world’s largest native grassland. “We have learned... Read More.
A cattle producer says ongoing drought will force her to make some tough decisions this fall. Gina Pospichal operates a cow-calf heard in North Central Nebraska. “The drought makes it easy to see which ones are producing and which ones aren’t producing. In the... Read More.
An agronomist says scouting crops now can help with 2023 field management decisions. Tim O’Brien is Syngenta’s corn traits manager. He tells Brownfield farmers from several geographies are seeing pest pressures in corn. “Western bean cutworm, we’re hearing about maybe a little bit... Read More.