Organic Grain Transition Seminar Scheduled 3/10 | Daily Dirt

Looking to hand over the reigns to the next generation, but needing to change things up a bit? Looking for more income per acre? Do you want to hear about chemical-free farming? Then you won’t want to miss the Organic Grain Transition Seminar we will be co-hosting with the Land Connection on March 10 in

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Ensuring Cattle Health In Dairy Farming | Trivedi Science – Scientific Research and Technology

Almost every industry that thrives today traces its root back to the livestock industry. It is the major supply of milk and beef which is a strong presence in the diet of every household. Dairy farming as an agricultural industry holds great prominence in the world’s history. It has been the cause that various nations

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Growing wheat in a warmer world | Sustaining the Northern Plains

Global temperature data reported for January 2015 makes the month the second warmest January on record, according to the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). The warmest January on record was 2007 which included the warming effects of a Pacific Ocean El Niño warming event. There was no El Niño warming in January 2015.

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With precision ag, farmers and soils work better, not harder

The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) is coordinating a series of activities throughout 2015 International Year of Soil (IYS) to educate the public about the importance of soil. March’s theme is “Soils Support Agriculture.” In one of SSSA’s March Soils Matter blog posts, experts explain what precision agriculture is, and why farmers use it.

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