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Yield loss to poor singulation is one of the biggest profit drains in corn production. Unlike the weather, you can control it! The charts below are very typical. I have seen very similar results year after year. Here are some ways you can improve your singulation: Plant the correct speed for your planter (document so… Continue Reading >

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Why Is It Important? The first day of planting every spring, you go through the ritual of digging seed to be sure you are putting it at the proper depth. It goes without saying that shallow planted seed stunts the growth of corn and seriously affects germination. Deeper planted corn can give variable emergence, especially… Continue Reading >



Tools | Precision Ag Services

As the harvest season draws to a close, it’s time to focus on the next stage of farm equipment usage: storage during the off-season. Cleaning and properly preparing your farm equipment for winter storage is vitally important. Without proper maintenance, your equipment can slowly disintegrate and lose its effectiveness and power. To avoid costly repairs… Continue Reading >



Agriculture Big Data | Precision Ag Services

I’ve been in the agriculture business for 35 years, and throughout that time, I’ve always made nitrogen recommendations based on yield potential. With the onslaught of new technology, I’ve discovered that the way I’d made nitrogen recommendations in the past wasn’t the most effective way. To my surprise, for most of those 35 years I’d… Continue Reading >



Storm in crop field

Farming can be a risky business. Dealing with unpredictable weather, pesky insects, disease, and other potential hazards is a constant battle for farmers each year. To combat the many environmental threats crops face, an insurance program was developed specifically to protect farmers from losing their crops due to forces outside their control. To give you… Continue Reading >



Farmer Using Tablet

As a precision farmer, the buck stops with you. You have so many items to keep track of, from your equipment to your farming data, to the various conditions that lead to optimal yields. You’re kind of like a superhero, and even superheroes need a little help time and again. Precision farming apps are designed… Continue Reading >



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The Lenawee Conservation District’s Center for Excellence is hosting its annual field day on Wednesday, August 19th. Drawing between 300 and 500 people each year, the event is a major agricultural summit among residents of Michigan and Ohio. Established in 1997 as a forum to showcase applied agricultural research to benefit members of the local… Continue Reading >



precision agriculture gps

Have you ever wondered how to exact a higher yield from your farming efforts, but lacked the depth of information needed to make crop management decisions? If your traditional farming methods aren’t producing the results you’re looking for, it might be time to consider a new approach: Precision Agriculture. What is Precision Agriculture? Definitions of… Continue Reading >



white drone over field | Precision Ag Services

Precision farming technology has been at the forefront of the farming revolution and in recent years, unmanned aerial vehicles or drones have become increasingly popular among precision farmers. Precision farming drones are a useful tool for identifying issues with crops before the problems become severe and may increase crop yields by 10%. A brief history… Continue Reading >

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Ag Leader Intergra - Learn More | Precision Ag Services

If you’re a precision farmer, then you understand how important it is to formulate an effective crop management strategy. Utilizing the right technology is key in determining which conditions are relatively stable, which conditions change, and which crops are thriving or struggling during the growing season. The Ag Leader Integra display puts cutting-edge precision farming… Continue Reading >