Greg Lamp

Greg
Lamp

Greg grew up on a diversified crop and cattle operation in South Dakota, and has 22 years of experience covering the farming and livestock business. A graduate of South Dakota State University, he served as managing editor of BEEF magazine for five years, previously working for Farm Journal, Successful Farming and Feedlot Management magazines, as well as having served as an account executive with the Colle&McVoy advertising agency. Greg is the recipient of numerous writing and photography honors.

Articles
Homemade Planter Allows for Nitrogen to be Spring-Applied
Kurt Dunker and his dad Richard were tired of losing nitrogen (N) with fall application and wanted to start
Brazil Growers Talk About Farming Challenges In Soybean Powerhouse
Talk to an American farming in Brazil and the words Wild West almost always come up in the conversation. Visit there
Are Corn and Soybean Farmers Addicted To Tillage?
Hello. My name is John and I'm addicted to tillage. After attending the Minnesota Conservation Tillage Conference that
Modified Planter Uses Air Cart to Effeciently Deliver Fertilizer to Row Units
If there's a way to make any task around the farm more efficient from planting to harvesting Louie Nigg from Peever,
Soybean Meal Finds Big Customer in Thailand Shrimp Business
For soybeans, aquaculture remains the fastest growing animal food-producing sector, consuming over 500 billion pounds
New Nematode-Resistant Soybean Line
A new soybean line developed by Agricultural Research Service (ARS) scientists is good news for growers. The line,
Check Out 2010 Corn Weed Control Guide
As your weed challenges keep growing more complex, Corn & Soybean Digest wants to give you better tools to manage them.
Container Ship Capacity Shrunk In 2009
The active capacity of the world's 20 largest ocean container carriers shrunk by 2.4% over the past year, but there was
Large Tractor Sales Stable In 2009
Tractor sales were down 21% in 2009 as a whole, but the large farm-size tractors and combines were not hit as hard, and
Bunge Expands
Bunge Ltd. announces ownership of additional interest in the Moema Group cluster of sugarcane mills located in Brazil.
New Pesticide Training Web Site Launches
A new online training program for private pesticide applicators has been launched by University of Illinois (U of I)
U.S. Corn and Soybean Farmers Can Help Brazil With Research
Even though Asian soybean rust continues to plague countries like Brazil, controlling it has become just plain part of
Conservation Legacy Award Winners Talk Good Stewardship
Conserving natural resources land, water and wildlife epitomizes the efforts that this year's regional Conservation
Farmers Benefit From Gifts Of Grain
Many generous farmers have learned that donating grain rather than cash can produce tax savings of over 50%. A free
Money From Manure Gas
Manure storage covers have been found to capture greenhouse gas emissions, and could potentially provide income for
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