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Better Weed Control with More Convenient Options

TriVolt herbicide helps farmers control a wide variety of key grass and broadleaf weeds. In this Managing for Profit, Dominik Hoffmann, Asset and Product Manager for Herbicides North America with Bayer and John Buol, North America Technical Manager – Select Herbicides with Bayer, share the... Read More.

Sudden Death Syndrome Seed Treatment Options

The Michigan Soybean Committee has been researching what seed treatments are effective in controlling sudden death syndrome. But how do they compare against each other? In this Pods for Profit, Michigan State University Extension’s Eric Anderson shares how iLevo from BASF and Syngenta’s Saltro did in... Read More.

More wind events leading to added insurance options for farmers

An increase in damaging wind events across the Midwest has led to more insurance options for farmers. Doug Yoder, crop agency manager for Country Financial, says recent years have provided new challenges for farmers… “There’s no denying that Illinois farmers are experiencing different types of... Read More.

Farmers have some weed control options

An extension weed scientist says farmers still might not be able to get dicamba this spring even with the Environmental Protection Agency’s recent order allowing the use of existing stocks. But Kevin Bradley with University of Missouri Extension tells Brownfield farmers have options. “I think... Read More.

RMA Administrator touts growth of livestock producer options

The administrator of USDA’s Risk Management Agency says more producers than ever are utilizing insurance options, especially for livestock.  Marcia Bunger tells Brownfield… “We have grown by almost 10,000%,” she says. Bunger believes the growth stems from recent improvements to the Livestock Risk Protection and Gross... Read More.

Different Crops Offer More Clean Fuel Options

Clean Fuels Alliance America Consultant Alan Weber tells Brownfield that there are several different crops that can be used as clean fuels. He says there will be more discussion during the 2024 Clean Fuels Conference about these crops and future forecasts. ...

K-State Ag Economist Urges Producers to Review Crop Insurance Options

By Pat Melgares, K-State Research and Extension News Service MANHATTAN, Kan. – A Kansas State University agricultural economist is encouraging farmers to know their options before considering a pair of crop insurance policies that would allow them to increase their coverage for row crops beyond... Read More.