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Something stinks, and it could be you
If attending a planning and zoning meeting ranks right up there at the top of your list of exciting things to do, then, baby, you’re on the right track applying manure to your fields on a chilly morning with the wind blowing straight toward your neighbor. Just remember (when you’re sitting in that planning and zoning meeting defending agricultural practices and thinking you’d rather watch paint dry), you asked for it.
Common contract mistakes made by ag tech companies
I review and draft a lot of contracts. Many of these agreements are in the ag technology space, which presents unique drafting challenges.
Precision farming in forage operations
Knowledge is power. That phrase has been repeated through the generations for one reason: It’s true.
Choosing a sampling scheme: How to decide
Are you soil sampling regularly? If so, are you getting the most you can for your money? It sounds easy, right? Just stick a shovel into the field and grab some dirt, send it to the lab, get results and move on.
Online courses for improved financial management
Today’s rural families operate in a time of increasing financial uncertainty. Current financial conditions are unlike any previously experienced.
When we have excess forage and want to preserve it for future use, we really have only three practical choices. We can let it remain in the field as standing dry vegetation.