April 2018 Today's Farmer magazine

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IN this issue

Precision perspectives
Technology gives growers an advantage in the field
by Nancy Jorgensen

Keeping it under wraps
Baleage can benefit hay quality, provide producers flexibility
by Marc Epp

Manage fields to influence infiltration
Proper soil saturation is critical to crop success
by Matt Hill

2018 insecticide ear tag comparisons (flipbook)

Alternative advantage
All-natural Shield Technology helps Bruce Copenhaver keep his cattle healthy, high-performing
by Allison Jenkins

Lose the loss with nitrogen stabilizers
Proven products can help protect your fertilizer investment and the environment
by Dr. Jason Weirich

Raising dairy heifers to their highest potential
Following best management practices can lead to success
by Dr. Jim White

Seeing safety through young eyes (flipbook)
Safety Pays poster contest 2018 winners

Country Corner
Missouri bill would help boost broadband
by Allison Jenkins

BLOG
Missouri farmer to lead Army Corps of Engineers

Year of the Tractor
Bringing landscapes to life
Farming by the numbers

Markets (flipbook)
Corn: Weather issues likely to lower Brazilian production
Soybeans: South American production expected to decline
Cattle: Herd growth is slowing
Wheat: U.S. carryover stocks could be modestly lower

Recipes (flipbook)
Broc stars

BUY, sell, trade (flipbook)
Marketplace

Viewpoint
Trade talks could put farmers at risk
by Ernie Verslues

 

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