May 24, 2011
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Corn and Soybean Farmers Need to Pay Attention to Crop Insurance with Late Planting 1

Many farm operators in the upper Midwest are dealing with very late planting conditions for corn and soybeans in 2011. Some of these operators will soon be facing decisions on whether to plant corn – the intended crop – at a later than normal planting date, switch to an alternative crop such as soybeans or decide to collect prevented planting coverage on their 2011 corn crop....More
May 24, 2011
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How Does Your Farm Stack Up? Part 3

In the last two articles, discussion centered on profitability and efficiency based on benchmark data provided by the farm management educational program in Minnesota. My recent trip to Canada confirmed that the U.S. is light years ahead of our neighbors to the north in compiling and analyzing peer benchmarking data....More

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