The practice of strip till combines no till and conventional tilling. Recently, Jonathan Knutson was at a strip till expo in western Minnesota. He gives the details on Agweek TV. To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.
A brandon new $40 million grain facility i sup and running. Dakota Plains Ag Center is one of the largest in southeastern South Dakota, and it's offering a new era of grain marketing for growers. Michelle Rook has more. To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.
Big Iron features more than 900 booths, sessions and demonstrations. It also hosts international visitors from more than 10 countries. With so many ag people from around the region in one location, it's the perfect time to find out what issues are on producers' minds. Agweek TV talked to farmers and ranchers at the show to see what they're thinking. To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.
On this week's episode of Agweek TV, Shawna Olson visited with Justin Lundblad with Dynamic Ditchers to learn more about the company's Wolverine Extreme. To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.
John Wheeler gives this week's agriweather forecast on Agweek TV.
Coming up on Agweek TV from Big Iron, we'll hear what farmers are most concerned about as this growing season comes to a close. Strip tilling may not be the right fit for every farm, but the concept should be considered. We'll found out waht a new grain terminal in southeastern South Dakota will mean for area farmers. And we'll learn about a ditching tool that will save you a lot of time.
Shawna Olson talks to Pat Mueller, the founder of Total Ag Industries in Hillsboro, N.D., about the future of spray technology, and Dan Linden, design specialist, about variable rate fertilizer systems. To watch the entire episode of Agweek TV, click here.
Precision is not just for cash crops but also for cover crops. NDSU Extension Soil Health Specialist Abbey Wick shows how variable rate based on soil type is being applied to seeding cover crops. To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.
The North Dakota Department of Agriculture started the Hunger Free North Dakota Garden Project as a way to connect growers with excess produce with those in need. Ag Commissioner Doug Goehring says the project yields about 250,000 pounds of produce most years. Jenny Schlecht talked with one group of kids who've been a part of it from the beginning.
The South Dakota State Fair had a successful run, with near-record crowds. While many state fairs have changed over the years to cater to a more urban crowd, Michelle Rook reports the South Dakota State Fair remains rich in ag tradition. To watch the complete episode of Agweek TV, click here.