When #FarmingPickUpLines Is Trending on Twitter

#FarmingPickUpLines is trending and it’s everything we thought we needed and more! Check out some of the best ones we found below. Check out all of the tweets here. Corn is only $3, but money doesnt buy love. Right? Baby where you going? #FarmingPickupLines — El Capitán (@FlipFlop_Farmer) November 17, 2016 #FarmingPickupLines Cornfield and Chill? — #Outlaws (@TagOutlaws) November 17, 2016 I think we should … Continue reading When #FarmingPickUpLines Is Trending on Twitter

Steps to Take to Prepare Your Sprayer for Storage for the winter

  Winter is coming! Harvest is winding down and the winter months are right around the corner with that said comes preparing your sprayer for next spring.  Big Ag has your steps to take to get your sprayer ready for protecting it from the effects of snow, rain, sun and wind. Clean Your Sprayer Make sure you clean and rinse the outside of the sprayer … Continue reading Steps to Take to Prepare Your Sprayer for Storage for the winter

Weather and Market Commentary: October 12, 2010

Tuesday, October 12, 2010: I feel pretty confident in my prediction that the USDA will show record-fast soybean harvest progress in their numbers this afternoon. A 63 percent completion mark would match the record-fast, October 10 pace of 2000, and I think that the actual figure this afternoon will be 65 percent. That would mean that 28 percent of the national soybean crop was harvested … Continue reading Weather and Market Commentary: October 12, 2010

Weather and Market Commentary: October 11, 2010

Monday, October 10, 2010: It is a federal holiday today (observance of Columbus Day) so we will not get weekly crop progress numbers until tomorrow afternoon. With last week’s warm and dry weather, those numbers should show big progress being made. Our expectation is for the national soybean harvest progress figure to come in at 65 percent done, which would be the most ever harvested … Continue reading Weather and Market Commentary: October 11, 2010