There is no way to predict what the weather will deal your fields this year, and how exactly it will impact your crop. But tools are becoming more and more capable of helping farmers eliminate the guesswork when it comes to managing fields in whatever conditions
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With spring's arrival, attention turns to the fields. But don't forget that the rising temperatures also affect any grain you've still got in on-farm storage. Below, IntelliFarms provides some reminders of managing grain in the grain bin as temperatures warm.
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Temperatures are rising and planters are revving up across the country. Already, several of you may be starting to break ground on your 2017 season. Whether you're in the fields or getting close, IntelliFarms has compiled a list of "planting watch-outs and wisdoms"
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Grain management doesn't stop when the grain goes in the bin. In fact, there are a number of ways things can go awry in the bin if not managed and monitored well, diminishing grain quality and eating away at your bottom line.
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It's never too early to be looking ahead to spring, and what you can be doing in preparation for planting. In fact, some of you may be starting to plant 6-8 weeks from now. We at IntelliFarms (in the chilly Kansas City area) have our minds already on the warmer
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Agriculture is all about the different seasons. Spring for planting, summer for growth, fall for harvest. As a business owner, I’ve tried to position IntelliFarms to be able to support farmers and buyers, no matter the season. And what about winter? As any farmer
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Often, our representatives are asked about what IntelliFarms' take is on freezing grain during the winter months. While this is a common practice, which many have made an annual part of their management approach, IntelliFarms typically takes an anti-freeze stance.