MachineFinder NEWS for Agriculture
- Sydenstricker and Used Ag Equipment to be Featured on U.S. Farm Report's Machinery Pete Show
The “On the Road with Machinery Pete” episode will be on KNLC, KTVO and WGEM in Illinois and Missouri this coming weekend.
- 2017 Purdue Soybean Showcase to Help Producers Maximize Farm Performance
Purdue University will be hosting its 2017 Soybean Showcase on July 27 at the Beck Agricultural Center in West Lafayette, Indiana.
- Georgia Farmers Encouraged to be Prepared to Fight Bacterial Blight in Cotton
University of Georgia Cooperative Extension plant pathologist Bob Kemerait is advising cotton producers to stay on alert for bacterial blight.
- Farmers and Ranchers Have Until June 30 to Sign Up for 2017 Census of Agriculture
The USDA is notifying farmers and ranchers that they have until the end of June to register for the 2017 Census of Agriculture.
- South Central Indiana Forage Tour Aims to Improve Attendees’ Forage Management Skills
The Indiana Forage Council is hosting a tour on July 25 to provide livestock producers with an opportunity to learn about forage management best practices.
- On the Road with Machinery Pete Set to Feature PrairieLand Partners
PrairieLand Partners will be featured on an upcoming episode of “On the Road with Machinery Pete,” which features John Deere dealers from across the country.
- MSU Extension Offers Advice for Handling and Harvesting High-Quality Baleage
Michigan State University has issued new advice for alfalfa and grass producers handling and harvesting baleage.
- University of Nebraska Crop Experts Offer Tips for Evaluating Hail Damage to Crops
Agricultural experts from the University of Nebraska have recently offered tips for evaluating hail damage to crops.
- John Deere 4640 Universal Display Offers Portable Gen 4 Experience
John Deere has announced the introduction of the John Deere 4640 Universal Display as a part of its Generation 4 operating system.
- CSU and Adams State University to Launch New Degree Program in Agriculture
Colorado State University (CSU) has teamed up with Adams State University to launch a new degree program in agriculture.
- Purdue Corn Specialist Encourages Careful Crop Management for Flooded Fields
A Purdue Extension corn specialist says that if weather conditions improve, there’s still time for agricultural producers to have a good grain crop.
- John Deere Tractor & Engine Museum Prepares for Inaugural Farm Fun Day
John Deere is planning to host its first-ever Farm Fun Day on Saturday, June 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the John Deere Tractor and Engine Museum.
- University of Nebraska Urges Producers to Stay off Wet Fields During Planting
As spring rains arrive, the University of Nebraska is encouraging producers to stay off of their fields immediately after wet weather.
- 2017 Census of Agriculture Countdown Begins for U.S. Farmers and Ranchers
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National Agricultural Statistics Service is preparing for the 2017 Census of Agriculture.
- Auburn University to Offer Agricultural Science Degree in Fall 2017
Auburn University has announced that its College of Agriculture will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Science.
- Maryland Farmers Break State’s Cover Crop Planting Record
Maryland farmers planted almost 560,000 acres of cover crops last fall, according to the Maryland Department of Agriculture.
- Beginning Farmers: Purdue to Offer Farm Tours and Workshops Across Indiana
Purdue University has announced that it will be offering 10 farm tours and workshops across Indiana for beginning farmers.
- Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Offers Spring Cover Crop Management Tips
Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey has shared spring management tips for farmers who are growing cover crops for the first time.
- University of Kentucky Gets Set to Host Precision Dairy Farming Conference
The University of Kentucky is working with with the University of Minnesota to host the 2017 Conference on Precision Dairy Farming from May 30 through June 1.
- University of Illinois Crop Specialist: Early Planting Unlikely to Result in Higher Yields
A crop expert from the University of Illinois says that despite early planting by growers, yields will likely remain consistent.