I hope you can tune in for today's AM Minnesota Program. My guest will be John Gnadke, grain harvesting, drying and storage consultant for Pioneer. That's at 9:30 this morning. If you miss it I will post a link after the program
This is a picture I took at the Duane Jonas Plot Day by Goodhue. Many test plots are planted every spring that compare the newest corn hybrids and soybean varieties from a number of companies. Then as harvest approaches, local dealers invite their customers over to see the plots
Late last week Gordy was wrapping up his Sports talking about how the Gophers football team would get beaten badly by Michigan in the "Big House." I thought about the Big Ten Football Teams and their non-conference record was pretty poor so I said maybe they have a chance
This is a picture of one of our farms that was planted to peas last spring. There was some tile put in this farm many years ago. Because peas are harvested early this was an ideal time to add more tile
In the picture is two different corn hybrids planted next to each other. The one filled out to the very end is one of Syngenta's Artisan varieties that uses water ten to fifteen percent more efficiently
This is my truck and trailer that I use to haul my John Deere 820 around to parades. With harvest approaching it was time to take the truck out to the farm. It was always tough to find a time when Louise could come out to the farm to pick me up
I saw this strange machine this summer when I was at Farmfest. Being it was manufactured by Nuhn Industries and was in the Boss Supply display I know it had something to do with manure application. This is actually a machine that floats out in a manure pit to agitate the manure before it is injected on the land
On Tuesday afternoon I finally got out to the farm. It had been about 3 weeks since I have had time to get out there. It is nice to have Dad and my Agronomist to keep an eye on the crops when I get busy
For me the "official" start of the Minnesota State Fair is the Princess Kay of the Milky Way Coronation. It is held the Wednesday evening before the start of the Fair on Thursday. In the picture is M C Rod Johnson who was the Farm Broadcaster at KDHL a few years before I started
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