September 23, 2017

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CORN SILAGE HARVEST PROGRESS

Ag Partners held their dry down day to determine whole plant moistures in corn silage on September 5, with a goal of being 40-45 days after tasseling.  We determined moistures to be quite high for [Read More]

WEED CONTROL REVIEW

by Brett Thompson brettt@agpartners.net With harvest just around the corner, this is a good time to review how effective our weed control plans were this year. When I’m out in the country checking [Read More]

ADVANCE TRADING MARKET OUTLOOK 9-12-17

Brian Basting reviews the recent USDA WASDE report in this week's video from Advance Trading.  He discusses surprises from the report as USDA raised yield rather than lowered as the trade expected. [Read More]

A GOOD TURN OUT FOR DRY DOWN DAY

Ag Partners hosted their annual dry down day at the Pine Island location on Tuesday, September 5, 2017. Representatives from SEMA brought in a Harvest Lab to utilize NIR technology to determine [Read More]

CORN SILAGE MOISTURE

By Brock Skov brocks@agpartners.net It’s the time of year when we’re thinking about chopping corn silage! Where did the summer go?  Last year at this time we were chopping, or at least trying to as [Read More]

WHAT TURNS SOYBEANS YELLOW? E.Z. INSIGHT #11 FROM WINFIELD

In this E.Z. Insight video from Winfield, Jon discusses various causes of yellowing soybeans and what to look for when scouting your fields. https://youtu.be/e509gGDTL6k [Read More]

ADVANCE TRADING MARKET OUTLOOK 8-30-17

In this week's Advance Trading Market Outlook Video, Brian Basting reviews crop progress and weather implications. He also provides an overview of the export picture. https://youtu.be/OtVScj5dG1I [Read More]

LATE SEASON CROP CONCERNS

by Zach Thompson zacht@agpartners.net Are we going to make it to maturity??  This is a question I have been getting a lot lately.  We need to ask a couple important questions.  When was your [Read More]

CLOSED LABOR DAY

Reminder: We will be closed on Monday, September 4th in observation of Labor Day, resulting in the need to plan ahead and schedule your feed orders for either Friday, September 1st or Tuesday, [Read More]

GO ON YOUR OWN CROP TOUR!

By Rick Beltz  rickb@agpartners.net The corn is at that stage where you can start predicting the yields.   With the Pro Farmer tour kicking off this week, I thought this would be very fitting. [Read More]