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Brett Edlredge and Sofia Reyes head to historic Capitol Studios in Los Angeles for the video for their duet on the Spanish version of "Baby, It's Cold Outside." Dressed to...

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  • Leopold Conservation Award winner describes his water & nutrient recycling system
    by Larry Lee on November 24, 2020 at 3:18 pm

    A Wisconsin farmer has been recognized for his conservation efforts including a way to re-use water and nutrients from his fields.  John Eron farms west of Stevens Point, and tells Brownfield his heavy clay soils often lead to wet spring planting, very dry conditions in mid-summer, and then wet again in the fall, making it hard to plant and harvest. “One of the ideas I thought was it sure would be nice if we could collect that excess water in springtime, be able to irrigate that water back on the fields in the summertime, and again start collecting water over the wintertime again.” At the start of a drain tile line, it’s easy to see how much clay John Eron has to deal with. ...       […]

  • A pre-Thanksgiving storm across the Heartland
    by gsoulje@brownfieldnetwork.com on November 24, 2020 at 3:08 pm

    Across the Corn Belt, a pre-Thanksgiving storm is underway, with wet snow blanketing parts of the upper Mississippi Valley and a cold rain falling farther south. Tuesday’s snowfall could total 1 to 3 inches in northeastern Iowa and neighboring areas in Illinois, Minnesota, and Wisconsin. In the southern and eastern Corn Belt, some producers await further reduction in the moisture content of crops before harvesting. In Ohio, 87% of the corn had been harvested by November 22. ...       […]

  • Corn on corn acres face high stress in 2020
    by Rhiannon Branch on November 24, 2020 at 2:51 pm

    A Pioneer field agronomist says many corn on corn acres did not fare well in 2020. Jeff Lafrenz in southeast Iowa says weather was a big factor. “We were exceptionally dry in late July through August and early September and that is the second half of the grain fill period for corn. It really comes down to just not having enough water to finish the job.” He says in some areas the yield loss was significant. ...       […]

  • Service with a specific expertise
    by Shannon Yokley on November 24, 2020 at 2:00 pm

    COUNTRY Financial will offer crop insurance with specialists to work with the state’s agriculture producers. Jason Lieske, one of ten crop insurance specialists serving Minnesota farmers, tells Brownfield he and the other designated specialists are trained to make sure they’re familiar with crop insurance guidelines set forth by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. ...       […]

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