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2015 Beck’s Hybrids Practical Farm Research results

For the third year, Beck’s Hybrids have surveyed Practical Farm Research, or PFR trials, at their London, Ohio facility. The purpose of the PFR program is to test situations that farmers need to make decisions about for upcoming seasons, like how to manage nitrogen, whether or not to foliar feed a crop, testing products that [...]

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Beck’s – Hybrid Corn Breeding

Beck’s Research Series is a set of videos designed to take you on a journey through their elite research and development program. A program built to reflect what is most important to farmers – getting the best product on the field.

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Deere Tracks – Christmas Edition

What do you get when you mix a Tractor, a Drone and 10″ of Snow? A TWO ACRE MERRY CHRISTMAS!!! Hopefully Santa will see it when he flies over on Christmas Eve!

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Meet the 2015 Ohio Master Shepherd

The Ohio Sheep Improvement Association and the Ohio Sheep and Wool Program honored Cynthia Koonce of Blue Heron Farm in Lisbon, Ohio as the recipient of the 2015 Charles Boyles Master Shepherd of the Year.

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Wild Soybean Breeding

Checkoff-funded researchers in North Carolina look to ancient soybean lines to see what valuable traits may lie inside and benefit today’s soybean growers.

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Preparing fields for 2016

Bill Mullen, Director of Agronomic Services with Seed Consultants, discusses some of the strategies to consider to prepare fields for the 2016 crop.

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2015 Corn Harvest Cab Cam – Glenn Karhoff – Allen Co.

The heavy Spring rains were taken better in some parts of Ohio than others, all depending on the soil type. Corn fields in Central and Southern Ohio fared well this harvest season, considering the rainfall, but as The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins found, many fields in the Northwest part of the state will have [...]

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Assessing fields before harvest

For some farmers around Ohio, harvest can’t happen soon enough and thoughts are already on a better crop in 2016. In order for that to occur, some trips to the field will need to happen before the 2015 harvest to see if some problems that developed this year can be thwarted next year. Bill Mullen [...]

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