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Protecting the yield potential of your crop

Tar spot can reduce yield potential and is appearing in more cornfields across the United States.  In this Managing for Profit, Channel technical agronomist Matt Nelson talks about the impact of tar spot and options for growers if it is detected. ...

Ensuring your crop is protected

Farmers are facing unprecedented volatility in the markets, and protecting their crops is more important now than ever. In this episode, Joel Pierson with AGI says for some farmers that means adding on-farm storage and for others its upgrading the technology in their bins.

Investing in your long-term health

Tobacco use can lead to serious health problems like cancer, heart disease, and stroke.  And quitting smoking greatly reduce the risk of developing smoking-related diseases.  Amie Merz a Farm Family Wellness Account Manager says there is no one-sized fits all approach to quitting tobacco... Read More.

More tips to keep your summer cookouts safe

Summer cookouts and gatherings are a perfect way to spend time with your loved ones. But, giving them a food-borne illness isn’t exactly a great way to show “love” to our friends and family.  Meredith Carothers, a Food Safety Expert with the USDA provides some... Read More.

Milk for all your hydration needs

Summer is officially here and it’s important to make sure you and the whole fam are staying hydrated.  Here’s a little secret – while water is an awesome way to stay hydrated – it isn’t the only way. Registered dietician Kim Galeaz explains. AUDIO: Kim Galeaz,... Read More.

Adding value to your 2022 crop

Managing the commodity in the bin is like nurturing an investment. It takes work to keep grain in peak condition for maximum profit. In this episode, John Lawrence, territory sales manager with AGI says now is a great time to think about BinManager technology.  ...

Your Checkoff at Work

In this edition of Missouri Corn Talk, Clint Stephens, Chairman of Missouri Corn Merchandising Council explains how the council stewards corn checkoff dollars, investing in projects and programs to help increase profitability of corn production in the state. ...

Putting your Corn Checkoff dollars to work

Northwest Iowa farmer Kelly Niewenhuis serves as president of the Iowa Corn Promotion Board, which continues to work on research, education, and market development. He says one technology that’s exciting for ethanol is called ClearFlame, which transforms diesel engines to run on decarbonized and renewable... Read More.