Barb Baylor Anderson

Baylor Anderson
The Micronutrient Debate | From Boron to Zinc, Micronutrient Benefits Hinge on Field Details

Nick Constant decided to try foliar micronutrient applications on the family's corn and soybeans five years ago after seeing company field trials near their Williamsville, Ill., farm show that they might pick up a few bushels.

Drought Mutes E15 Impact | Long-Awaited Ethanol Market Expansion Hope Dries

Just as E15 finally cleared federal regulatory hurdles, the confluence of no blender tax credits, high corn prices and widespread drought has put the ethanol market in jeopardy. And questions abound regarding possible government changes to the current Renewable Fuel Standard.

High-Rent Hangover | Have a Plan for $3.50 Corn, $8.50 Soybeans

All good things come to an end. To prepare for the eventual end of commodity grain glory days, your best move may be to run the numbers through available decision-making tools and evaluate options to reduce high-rent hangovers.

Walk Your Fields | Start Early and Scout Corn, Soybean Fields Often to Protect Your Investment 1

Not all farm-management decisions can be labeled as low cost and high reward. But Andrew Bowman from Oneida, IL, believes that crop scouting is one practice that can. He has confirmed the economic benefits on his own family farm, and now shares his passion and skill for crop scouting with other area farmers through Bowman Crop Assure LLC.

Continuous Corn Wins | We’ll See Continued Increase in Corn Profitability Over Soybeans Unless Yields Change

Market watchers often debate how the commodity markets must "buy" corn or soybean acres in any given year. In fact, price relationships may shift some last-minute acreage plans. But when you take into consideration all that goes into production, yield is the rotation trump card.

Continuing Education Courses
New Course

Accredited for 2 hours/CCA Soil & Water credits. The 2,000 member...

Keeping crop protection chemicals on the crop for which they are intended has been a...

Sponsored Introduction Continue on to (or wait seconds) ×