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  • Nov 6, 2014
    blog

    Not surprised Southeast ranked “Best Places to Farm”

    If you can eat it, drink it, wear it or smoke it, we can produce it in the South....More
  • Oct 10, 2014
    Commentary

    Peanut hay: A few things to remember this harvest

    Test peanut hay if it is going to be fed to livestock, though. Drought-stressed peanuts in the last five to six weeks are at higher risk for alflatoxin, as you know. Aflatoxin must be less than 20 ppb in the hay to be safe. High nitrates, or more than 4500 ppm, can be a problem, too....More
  • Sep 26, 2014
    Commentary

    A few more things to think about at harvest time

    Don't forget about looming USDA deadlines in the midst of harvest....More
  • Aug 26, 2014
    Commentary

    "Right to farm" could soon be seen in other states

    Measures such as the "Right to Farm" amendment recently passed in Missouri could soon be seen in other states....More
  • Aug 1, 2014
    Commentary

    Try to do better with what you have, advises long-time farmer

    I’ve interviewed many farmers over the years who talk about having to grow to survive and they’re not exaggerating, especially the younger guys who are struggling to establish themselves. Whether by necessity or by choice, expansion seems to be the name of the game in commercial agriculture....More
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