Archie, MO - IntelliFarms announced today it has entered into a partnership with Insight Bio Ag to help farmers better understand how they can affect the outcome of their crop, while saving money.
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There's an ongoing predicament facing agriculture. We're tasked with producing food for our growing population, while at the same time there is a growing demand for a transition to sustainable practices. For many years, the balance between these two factors has leaned
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Harvest is typically an enjoyable time for farmers, but also one of the busiest. We understand preparation is key to making sure things run smoothly once combines hit the fields. IntelliFarms' customer service team helps customers prepare their farms for success in
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Last Thursday Missouri Director of Agriculture Chris Chinn canceled the stop order on the statewide sale, use or removal order for agriculture products containing Dicamba. Following similar rules announced in Tennessee, the Department approved a "special local need"
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So many bags of popcorn are sold daily in grocery stores, movie theaters, and carnivals that the work put into each and every kernel can be taken for granted. From the time it's planted to when it's sold, popcorn requires specialty management in order to reach and
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When Amazon bought Whole Foods last week, most of us paused for a moment to take notice. Why? One simple word: Disruption.
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If you look at commodity grains on a month-to-month basis over the past ten years, you'll see a general trend - prices bottom out right around fall harvest and peak as supplies shrink in the late spring/early summer.
While we're aware that this season may prove a
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As many who work with us know (and have heard us say before), we're not a company that sits still for too long. Not only do we feel it is our responsibility to keep improving on our products in order to keep bringing greater value to our customers, but we also keep
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I remember being told that in the next 25 years, we'll actually learn more about what's in between our ears than what's out in space. Similar to the exploration that's being done to understand the inner workings of our brains and how it affects our behaviors, in
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As a plant scientist by degree, I am trained to understand what traits lead to what performance in what field conditions. Seed genetics is a constantly-changing and exciting landscape to work in. But overall, the research and focus is on the performance of the