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Management by Genetics: Episode 116

Management by Genetics: Episode 116

On this week’s episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast, host Joel Wipperfurth is joined by technical seed agronomist Corey Evans for a discussion about selecting seed for 2020. The two...

Jan 17, 2020
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Strong Hybrid Performance Despite Tough Conditions in 2019

Strong Hybrid Performance Despite Tough Conditions in 2019

I’ve been analyzing harvest data for quite a few years, and I can assure you 2019 is a year that I won’t soon forget. The unpredictability that plagued the season was certainly...

Jan 16, 2020
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Manage Field Variability in Soybean Crops

Manage Field Variability in Soybean Crops

Variability is common on farms, which can make it tricky to purchase the right soybean seed for a particular field. But there is a solution: the combination of two different soybean...

Jan 16, 2020
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Quality Is Key for 2020 Cotton Seed

Quality Is Key for 2020 Cotton Seed

Farmers throughout the Cotton Belt dealt with volatile weather patterns in 2019. Were you one of them? If so, be sure to spend some time assessing this past season — your outcomes for...

Jan 14, 2020

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Feeding Chickens in Winter

November 8, 2019 The days are getting shorter, the girls are finishing up their molts, and you are getting less eggs as winter approaches. You might be wondering, “is this normal?” The answer is, yes, it’s perfectly normal. Chickens need about 16 hours of light per day to produce eggs, with the exception of...

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Anticipating Winter with Chickens

October 1, 2019 As summer’s heat transitions to fall’s balmy days and cool nights it’s time to think a few months ahead. January is on the way, and for much of the northern hemisphere that means blustery cold wind, ice, snow, and long dark nights. Winter is a challenging time for both people and chickens...

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Have Incubators Given Broody Hens the Pink Slip?

September 18, 2019 Anyone who keeps chickens is likely to occasionally have a hen go broody. She’ll make a dramatic mood change, stop laying, fluff her feathers, change her vocabulary, and spend all day and night in the nest. Her life’s goal is motherhood.The post Have Incubators Given Broody Hens the Pink Slip...

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Beachner Grain Visits Area High School

Beachner Grain Visits Area High School

Josh Weston our Precision Ag Specialist had the opportunity to talk to Ms. Wedel's Ag Classes in Chanute back in April. ...

Jun 05, 2019

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