Edward Clark

Take A Second Look at NO-TILL
There's no room on Mike Clemens' farm for recreational tillage. With his no-till system the benefits are three-fold,
Pilot Project Guarantees Yields
Ohio corn grower Burley Hall dropped his nitrogen (N) application rate after taking part in a pilot project that
Storage At A Premium
Necessity is said to be the mother of invention. With corn acres going up, it's time to get creative about storing your
Don't Underplant
For growers who haven't increased their corn population rates over the past five years, now might be a good time to
Keeping Your Options Open
Many farmers could increase their profitability by using options in a less conventional way. That's the view of Richard
Are Marketing Advisory Services Worthwhile?
Marketing is tough work, and many growers have looked to marketing advisory services for help. And it's paid off. A
Factor In Energy Costs
Sky-high energy costs mean higher corn drying costs at harvest, and that puts a premium on hybrids that dry down
Growing More Ethanol Per Bushel
The U.S. corn industry faces a huge challenge: how to supply burgeoning demand for the nation's fast-paced growth of
9 Ways To Cut Corn Drying Costs
Based on interviews with agricultural engineers, here's our list of nine key ways to cut drying costs. Don't harvest
Biobutanol Basics
A new biofuel developed by DuPont and British Petroleum (BP) may create a new market for corn grain and potentially
Size Doesn't Matter
Both Kevin Kelley and Tom Perlick are investing in the future of biodiesel, but their approaches could not be more
Nebraska Irrigators Shift To Soybeans
Before the 1996 Farm Bill, Duane Keller was what you would call a corn man. I was 100% corn, the Aurora, NE, grower
You're Better Marketers After All
Farmers sell two-thirds of their crop in the bottom third of the price range. Is this statement, which you've
Rust Risk Remains
Even though the Corn Belt escaped feared soybean rust problems in 2005, in the coming year growers face at least as
Feeding Ethanol Demand
Gene Youngquist receives up to 10/bu. more than other markets in his area pay by shipping corn to the Big River

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