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Will the protein of the next breakout faux-burger or seafood filet sandwich be grown from mushrooms or fish cells? Either of those possibilities became slightly more likely after two innovative food tech companies were the winner and runner-up, respectively, of the Radicle Protein Challenge,…

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C2 Energy Capital LLC, a rapidly growing investor in renewable energy and storage assets, announced that Land O'Lakes, Inc. has subscribed to three of its completed community solar garden projects near the farmer-owned agricultural cooperative's Minnesota headquarters. Offering farmers resou…

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The Cow Crane is a self contained, portable cow lifter designed to pick up down cows. Getting a down cow back into a standing position as soon as possible is important and easy with the Cow Crane, available from Swihart’s LLC, Quinter, Kansas. It lets the producer control the cow after lifti…

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The new patent-pending Pickup Pull Processor from EZ Ration, Kim, Colorado, is a computer controlled hay processor trailer that blends two large square bales of different feed sources into a desired ratio for feeding. It creates a cost efficient, nutritionally balanced mix of roughage into p…

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Kubota Tractor Corporation, Grapevine, Texas, recently announced the launch of the new L60LE series. With the success of the launch of the L3560HSTC-LE last year, three new models have been added to complete the new L60LE series, which now offers a total of four models—two cab models and two…

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TeleSense, whose website proclaims it “the future of post-harvest grain management,” says it is poised to revolutionize grain storage and secure the food supply chain. Based in Sunnyvale, California, TeleSense lists almost all the international grain trading “majors” as its clients.

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GoBob Pipe and Steel, is continuing its long-time tradition of giving back when it donated posts to the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture for a feedlot rebuilding project.

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Osborne Industries Inc., Osborne, Kansas, has introduced a new digital weight display for its ACCU-ARM portable livestock scale. The new digital display features special programming that allows it to display animal weights within seconds and also to have a measured accuracy within 1%. Progra…

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Nufarm Americas, Inc., Morrisville, North Carolina, has launched Panther MTZ herbicide. Panther MTZ is the latest in Nufarm’s portfolio of innovative Panther herbicides formulated to help growers gain weed management efficacy, resistance management and lasting residual control that improves …

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Utility vehicle owners need dependable, durable and easy-to-use vehicles to get the job done on the farm, ranch or yard. To address this need, John Deere is updating its line of Gator utility vehicles. Operators will find the updated units include new automotive-like features that make the v…

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Titan International, Inc., manufacturer of Titan Tires, Titan Wheels and Goodyear Farm Tires, has helped bring the legendary 1,100-horsepower Big Bud 747 4WD tractor back to life, having been stationary for a few years and at the Heartland Museum in Clarion, Iowa, for the last eight years du…

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For farmers, quickly measuring samples of wheat, barley, soybeans, rice or other products to determine which are ready to harvest reduces uncertainty and saves time. It also reduces risk of buyer rejection due to improper moisture content, and maximizes the sales price by enabling the optimu…

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The ServiTech Bridge Field Intelligence platform has been updated to include key new features for growers and ag retailers. Bridge uses both in-field sensors and analytics to give growers vital information on dryland and irrigated acres, and other key analytics right in the palm of their han…

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Diversified Product Development, marketer of the LineWise, LiftWise and DesignWise brands, has broken ground on a new headquarters and production facility in Waco, Texas. The 60,000-square-foot building, which is scheduled for completion in January 2021, will replace the company’s current fa…

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John McDonald’s Rawhide Portable Corrals, Abilene, Kansas, produces the Processor portable corral. The Processor is offered in three sizes for the convenience of ranchers and cattle producers. The main feature of this design is the ability to customize the corral upon ordering by including a…

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Cobett Company waterers have features that set them apart from other waterers. Based in East Peru, Iowa, Cobett waterers’ winter endurance and versatility provide many benefits. Each system utilizes ground heat that allows the water in the tub to be constantly warmed or cooled by the surroun…

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Shur-Co LLC, Vermillion, South Dakota, a supplier of tarp systems and accessories to the transportation industry, plans to expand its service, sales, distribution and manufacturing capabilities to a location in Vermillion in November. The location, at 1212 N. Norbeck St., will become a full-…

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One acre of land can grow an estimated 2,800 pounds of wheat. This has been increasing each year due to advancements of seed, fertilizer and equipment, and it must continue to increase to match the food demand of the growing population of the world.

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Protect The Harvest, a non-profit corporation based in Browning, Indiana, wants everyone to know about Project Counterglow, a threat to farms, ranches, animal breeders, research facilities, county fairs, horse and dog shows, horse races and rodeos. Project Counterglow is a map and database t…

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More operations are turning to aerial imagery to manage complex irrigation systems more efficiently but not all aerial imagery offers the level of precision needed to capture information a producer needs in his field. From research partnerships to the industry’s most precise thermal cameras,…

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RCMR, Inc., Kim, Colorado, has announced its all-new computer managed hydraulic drive EZ Ration Processor designed and built for precise control and offering more options for blending hay and feed rations. The onboard computer and software benefits begin with a ramp-up soft start, which not …

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T-L Irrigation, Hastings, Nebraska, develops and tests technology to match the simplicity and durability of irrigation systems. Those systems include user-friendly, technologically advanced controls and monitors combined with durable, reliable features that deliver trouble-free efficient irr…

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Wiggins Auctioneers is a family owned and operated company with over 150 years of combined experience with Oklahoma auctions. Pictured are several members of the company including Lynsie Sturgeon, Perry Wiggins and Vicki Wiggins Allen. The Enid, Oklahoma, company strives to be a leader in au…

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Building on the success of its BeefCake supplement feeder, the DewEze BeefCake Cotton Edition aims to take choring to a new level this feeding season. The BeefCake Cotton Edition boasts a quick engaging agitator, plus the twin auger system, to keep WCS flowing to the chute. The agitator arms…

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BinManager is the industry’s leading grain bin management solution, and the only option to offer a fully automated preservation and conditioning solution helping a producer to capture higher profits. As a part of the AGI SureTrack, Lenexa, Kansas, farm management system, BinManager’s integra…

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Lundell Plastics’ The Closer closing wheel was developed to be the most versatile closing wheel on the market. This product, made in Odebolt, Iowa, ensures adequate seed-to-soil contact while eliminating sidewall compaction. With a curved-tooth poly design, it prevents lifting of the seed wh…

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Lindsay Corporation, Omaha, Nebraska, has announced the release of WaterTrend, a powerful new FieldNET feature that gives growers critical crop water usage insights to aid in effective and efficient irrigation decision-making. The feature, available now to every FieldNET subscriber, provides…

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New units have been announced by Diamond W Corral that are manufactured by Burlington Welding, Cherokee, Oklahoma. The stout rectangular unit weighs an average of 7,300 pounds. The unit is made of 3-inch by 2-inch 14-gauge rectangle tubing. Multiple gates add to the ease of movement in aroun…

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GrainBridge, Omaha, Nebraska, an ag technology joint venture of Archer Daniels Midland Company and Cargill Incorporated, announced the launch of a new digital platform focused on helping farmers streamline the grain marketing process to make more informed and profitable decisions. The new pl…

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Knowing the grain’s moisture percentage from a grain cart in the field and displayed on a smartphone is a game changer for harvest. Central City Scale, Central City, Nebraska, has announced the new Libra Cart moisture sensor for grain carts. The sensor kit is easy to install and configures w…

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Winkel Manufacturing, based in Glen Elder, Kansas, offers a complete system that includes a loading chute, 19 12-foot corral panels, a 12-by 10-gate panel, a center frame, a four-way post, an alley frame, a chute gate and a set of chains and boomers. The trailer, which becomes the loading-un…

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The new 1220-20 Roto-Mix commercial series rotary feed mixer, from the Dodge City, Kansas-based company, is meeting the increasing demand for larger volumes of feed rations with its mixing capacity of 1,220 cubic feet. This horizontal commercial feed mixer comes equipped with the patented Ge…

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Fall soil sampling season is here and growers can trust the professionals at Ward Laboratories Inc., Kearney, Nebraska, for agricultural sampling needs. A team of exports is available to navigate the questions from the field and to help producers to understand the numbers in their reports. F…

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CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc., Sabetha, Kansas, offers parts for farmers and feedlot operators. CW’s DynaHog brand grinder parts offer quality hammer mill screens, hammers and other parts and grinder service for Jones, Haybuster, WHO and other brands. DynaHog specializes in high performance cu…

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In my closet is a box of ribbons from 11 years of 4-H projects. There are a lot of blues, a smattering of reds and whites and a few purples and rosettes. Some have writing on the tag on the back that tells me what year and for what project they were awarded. Many, though, in the haste of pos…

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Iowa State University and FluroSat, a leader in agronomic decision support and remote field sensing, have announced their collaboration through a research project to advance predictability of nitrogen management.

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Nearly two decades into building worldwide markets for an established farm manufacturer, Daniel Rauchholz and several hand-picked colleagues are making a go of it on their own. Pulling from his 18 years experience in gauging domestic and global agriculture conditions and movements, Rauchholz designed and developed a cutting-edge fertilizer applicator, dubbed ELXIR (pronounced "elixir").

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Indigo Ag, a company dedicated to harnessing nature to help farmers sustainably feed the planet, announced that its Board of Directors has selected Ron Hovsepian as its next chief executive officer, effective immediately.

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Twenty years ago, on May 20, 2000, the first Krone BiG X forage harvester—featuring 540 horsepower—rolled off the assembly line at the Krone factory in Spelle, Germany. Four years later, the first Krone BiG X forage harvester arrived in North America, purchased by Colin Robson of Lake Arthur…