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  • Adding upgrades to planters might require a tire change
    by Larry Lee on February 20, 2018 at 1:54 am

    A farm equipment tire expert says upgrading planting equipment might mean upgrading the tires, too.  Brad Harris with Firestone AG tells Brownfield producers should take a close look at planters and drills if they’re adding additional aftermarket tools over the winter.  “Maybe row cleaners or hydraulic downforce that adds extra weight to the tires, so we may be at that maximum capacity of some of the older bias tires that may be a standard feature on those planters.” Harris says many implements including planters already come close to the safe weight limits of bias ply tires before adding new equipment, and some of the new add-on tools add more than 200 pounds per row.  Continue reading Adding upgrades to planters might require a tire change at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

  • Judge dismisses Monsanto’s Arkansas lawsuit
    by Larry Lee on February 19, 2018 at 10:30 pm

    An Arkansas judge has tossed out Monsanto’s lawsuit against the Arkansas Plant Board Friday. Monsanto sued the state agency after it banned dicamba use between April 16th and the end of October. Sixth District Circuit Judge Chris Piazza referred to a State Supreme Court ruling that makes it harder to sue the state, and he didn’t see how the Monsanto suit could go forward when the Plant Board has immunity from lawsuits. Continue reading Judge dismisses Monsanto’s Arkansas lawsuit at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

  • Rural banking expert suggests thinking beyond commodities
    by Tom Steever on February 19, 2018 at 7:32 pm

    A rural banking expert says one of the ways producers might consider riding out the low commodity price cycle is to consider a less traditional route producing what already has good demand, but takes more work. Rabobank’s North American head of rural banking, Curt Hudnutt, tells Brownfield he sometimes advises clients who traditionally plant corn and soybeans, to “try to think differently.” “There are a lot more options out there today than there may have been in the past,” said Hudnutt, “so put away personal preferences of your own view on organics, your own view on non-GMO, and say ‘how can I extract value for my commodity,’ to break the commodity that you’re in.” AUDIO: Curt Hudnutt (3 min. Continue reading Rural banking expert suggests thinking beyond commodities at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

  • Ag workforce landscape changing
    by Amie Sites on February 19, 2018 at 3:20 pm

    The executive vice president of Ohio-based FLM Harvest says workforce needs in the agriculture industry continue to change as technology advances. “Especially in our world, technology has just kind of taken over,” he says. “We need to just be involved and stay ahead of it.” Phillip Farmer is the head of the marketing and communications company that specializes in the food and agriculture sectors. He tells Brownfield the aging workforce poses a challenge for the industry as work ethic has changed. Continue reading Ag workforce landscape changing at Brownfield Ag News.     &nbs […]

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