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Vintage Tractors, Steel Plows Shine

Antique tractors are relics. They can be found buried in the weeds or tucked away and resting in an old barn. Repairing old ... Read entire story

Kingsbury Fertilizer Plant to Expand

There are plans for another expansion at Kingsbury Elevator Inc.

Owner Ed Lindborg is seeking a zoning variance to store flammable anhydrous ammonia ... Read entire story

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This Week's Farm Operations


Seeding and Reseeding Approaches have Changed

For at least 10 years now, agronomists have planted test plots and discussed what the optimum amount of seed per acre to plant ... Read entire story

White Mold Management Should Start in the Spring

Soybean producers should use an integrated approach to white mold management, and some of the most effective practices are implemented in the spring ... Read entire story

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This Week's Market News


Average Corn, Soybean Prices Rose to 'Astounding' Levels Early this Year

The national average corn price jumped to $4.75 per bushel, up 51 cents per bushel from January, which followed a 27-cent ... Read entire story

Pandemic Underscores Importance of Beef Quality

It's been a year. A long, arduous year since last March when grocery stores and restaurants around the world had their ... Read entire story

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Weekly Columns


INFB: Farmers' Optimism Is Soaring

This time a year ago, Indiana farmers had a lot of unanswered questions as they entered the second month of the COVID-19 ... Read entire story

Anti-Trust Laws Lack Teeth in Ag

In a now too common story in U.S. agriculture, Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) last month agreed to pay farmers $45 million to ... Read entire story

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