Monthly Archives: July 2013

80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 29

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #63 Crop rotation—planting different types of crops and grasses on … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 28

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #61 Sometimes the easiest way to determine whether or not … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 27

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #58 Springtime soil is often cold, wet and less hospitable … Continue reading

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Transparency: Easier Said than Done?

Consumers have questions and concerns about where food comes from, how it is grown and raised, whether or not it is processed…and the list goes on. The U.S. Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA) hosts “Food Dialogues” that serve as an … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 26

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #56 Modern farming practices—including the use of seed technologies and … Continue reading

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80 Things You Need to Know about Agriculture: Week 25

Join the celebration! You can help us recognize eight decades of industry progress by sharing facts or a link to the blog on social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook. #54 Farmers have found that planting cover crop mixes can … Continue reading

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