3/7/2014 5:05:00 PM
RP Insurance valuable but won’t provide much price cushion.
Nebraska’s David Grimes believes there will eventually be sale opportunities on corn or soybean rallies, even though prices are lower than they’ve been in several years. A $4.50 cash corn price will get him interested. So will $11 cash soybeans.
3/7/2014 5:02:27 PM
The decision for crop insurance elections is just around the corner. Farmers have until March 15 to make their choices for the 2014 growing season. With significantly lower market prices, and crop insurance guarantees, compared to last season, we'd like to know what your decisions will be for this year. Will you choose more coverage over last year? Less coverage? Do your crop insurance decisions stay the same no matter what the market price or guarantee? Or, do you not even use crop insurance? Take the poll and let us know. Feel free to comment about your choice!
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3/7/2014 3:48:00 PM
Commodity Classic in San Antonio this year was full of great events, learning sessions and new products at the trade show, not to mention warmth and sunshine! More than 7,300 farmers attended the annual convention and took in sessions about increasing yield, weed management, farm transition, marketing mistakes, using the cloud, getting more out of seed and cover crops, among others.
3/7/2014 2:24:00 PM
Kevin Spafford, eLegacy Connect, outlines keys to effective farm succession planning, as well as tips for a succession plan and other ideas to use at family meetings when planning a successful farm transition.
3/7/2014 12:27:00 PM
FarmLogs co-founder and CEO Jesse Vollmar talks about the FarmLogs app and web offerings, as well as a new app update. The new update offers a popular web feature, allowing farmers to access field-specific rainfall and crop history data right from their phones.