Tagged environmental respect (Page 3)

StewardshipMid Valley Agricultural Services: Serving The Food Basket
July 5, 2012
The “nation’s salad bowl” and “food basket of the world” are just two of the many ways the San Joaquin Read More
StewardshipCPS Leland: Sharing The Environmental Good Word
July 5, 2012
Being a good environmental stewardship impacts not just an ag retail outlet, but its entire community. Take the story of Read More
StewardshipCPS Wynne: Going The Extra Mile
July 5, 2012
Nestled in the small Arkansas Delta town of Wynne, the Crop Production Services (CPS) offices and warehouses are a shining Read More
StewardshipWilbur-Ellis Monte Vista: Setting An Environmental Example
July 5, 2012
For state Environmental Respect Award winner Wilbur-Ellis Co., Monte Vista, CO, stewardship is just part of doing business in ag Read More
StewardshipHelena Chemical Hayti: Going The Extra Mile
July 5, 2012
The state Environmental Respect Awards winner Helena Chemical in Hayti, MO, views stewardship as an investment in the future, of Read More
StewardshipSouth Dakota Wheat Growers: Respecting The River
July 5, 2012
On its winding path through South Dakota, the Missouri River cuts a wider profile as it flows past the city Read More
StewardshipCPS Americus: Being Secure
July 5, 2012
As a recognized ag industry leader in southwest Georgia, Crop Production Services (CPS), Americus, GA, takes its role as environmental Read More
StewardshipCPS McCook: Protecting The Final Frontier
July 5, 2012
According to Joe Marguardt, location manager at Crop Production Services (CPS), McCook, NE, looking out for the environment calls to Read More
StewardshipCPS Oakland: Good Neighbors
July 5, 2012
When you pull in to the gravel drive at Crop Production Services (CPS) in Oakland, IL, you’re not sure if Read More
StewardshipCPS Kunia: Stewardship In Paradise
July 5, 2012
The Crop Production Services (CPS) retail outfit in Kunia, HI, is in quite the unique situation. Although tourism has always Read More

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StewardshipNorthey: Farmers Commit $1.4 Million to Try New Water Q…
July 25, 2014
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Precision AgFarmers Learn How Changing World Will Impact Iowa
July 24, 2014
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HerbicidesPurdue: Late Season Weeds May Require Manual Removal
July 24, 2014
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InsecticidesTransform WG, Closer SC Insecticides Receive R&D 10…
July 23, 2014
Dow AgroSciences has received the award from R&D Magazine for Transform WG insecticide and Closer SC insecticide with Isoclast active. Read More
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July 23, 2014
Kinze Manufacturing announces a partnership with Raven Industries to develop a standalone monitor solution for the Kinze 4900 series planter. With this new Read More
LegislationNew Farm Bill Continues To Confuse As Growers Await USD…
July 23, 2014
The new five-year Farm Bill eliminates many of the direct payments previously payed to growers and could benefit from USDA clarification, reports a Toledo Blade columnist. Read More
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July 17, 2014
Farmers and others interested in how UAVs can be used in agricultural applications were able to learn more about the technology during the recent Precision Aerial Ag Show. Read More
CropLife 100Bobby Knight, Richard Petty To Highlight Ag PhD Field D…
July 17, 2014
Attendees at the July 24 Ag PhD Field Day at Hefty Farms will learn about the latest agricultural technologies, and get a chance to meet legendary sports figures Bobby Knight and Richard Petty. Read More
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July 17, 2014
Register for one of our upcoming Webinars or access our archive of past Webinars to view recordings of presentations that may be of interest to you. Read More
A finished Willmar 16-ton side-shooting tender.
TendersNew Production Facility Helps Willmar
July 17, 2014
In 1963, a group of businessmen started Willmar. Today, a half-century later, the company is one of the ag industry’s longest-running brands. Read More
FertilizerCF Industries Sells Carbon Credits To Chevrolet, Donate…
July 17, 2014
CF Industries has completed the sale of a large block of carbon reduction credits to Chevrolet, and will donate the net proceeds of $600,000 to the National FFA Foundation. Read More
CropLife 100Grainland Cooperative, Minier Cooperative Grain To Merg…
July 17, 2014
The shareholders of Grainland Cooperative and Minier Cooperative Grain Co. approved a merger of company operations effective August 1, 2014. Read More
ManagementStudy: Drought Costing California Billions
July 17, 2014
A new study has found the drought has cost the state $2.2 billion, primarily in lost farm revenue and wages. Read More