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May 26, 2017
Timely rains are helping rangelands bounce back from wildfire damage. Extension personnel recently shared what they learned from past wildfires in other counties on the Plains and what were some of the challenges, as well as benefits.
Don't panic -- cold temperatures and medium- to heavy-textured soils have likely slowed the loss of nitrogen from leaching and denitrification this month.
At what he described as the first farm-bill hearing in Washington, Senate Agriculture Committee Chairman Pat Roberts acknowledged that the national debt is approaching $20 trillion, but he said that, between the savings from the last farm bill and a USDA crop insurance contract negotiation, "Everyone on this committee agrees that ag has already given at the store."
May 25, 2017
Congress is debating the idea of a border adjustment tax on imported goods as an offset for lowering corporate tax rates. Proposals have suggested implementing a tax on imported goods as high as 20%. Industries have different takes on the possibilities of a BAT, depending on whether the companies rely more on exports or imports.
In a low-volatility grain market environment, prices on any one day can seem just as unappealing as the next, making it hard to get motivated to make timely sales. Perhaps there is a best time of day or best day of the week to serve as a trigger for those decisions.

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Guest Commentary

Life In a Glass Barn

If you don’t think the local media would ever question how you treat the livestock or dairy animals in your operation, you haven’t been paying attention to recent headlines.

Glyphosate-Resistant Weeds a Growing Problem this Season

With glyphosate-resistant weeds already an issue in many states, growers should scout regularly and carefully for resistant weeds that can seem to appear overnight.

As More Grain is Produced, Demands on Shipping Infrastructure Increase

The U.S. grain transportation infrastructure needs repair and modernization. The deterioration is showing up just as U.S. growers are trying to increase production to meet demand.

Get Set Up For As-Planted Maps

This complimentary Pioneer service helps you know what you plant and how it performs.

Moving the Coffee Shop To Your Laptop

The absence of a voice from the farm in social media is conspicuous, given that many conversations about you are going on without you. These include discussions about atrazine, ethanol, vegetarian lifestyles, farm subsidies … you name it, the conversation is taking place. In too many cases, there’s no farmer providing a farm perspective.

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