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Aeroseeder drone brings flexibility, precision to cover crop application | Iowa Ag Expo 2023

Aeroseeder drone brings flexibility, precision to cover crop application | Iowa Ag Expo 2023

The Aeroseeder AS30 is a fully-automated cover crop seeding drone that can seed up to 300 pounds per hour. Company CEO Tom Leitgen said the drone is fully GPS controlled and brings flexibility and precision to aerial cover crop application. More information on the Aeroseeder AS30 and other products and services can be found at...
Saline247 tests small-scale, lightweight, fully autonomous planter | Iowa Ag Expo Spotlight 2023

Saline247 tests small-scale, lightweight, fully autonomous planter | Iowa Ag Expo Spotlight 2023

Salin247 is an ag startup that aims to build solutions with small scale, light weight, fully autonomous farm equipment. Last year, the company tested a prototype planter on seven farms: four in Iowa, two in Tennessee and one in Kansas. The company planted soybeans in its testing. CEO Dave Krog and his team will display...
Heifer Retention, Slow Cash & Weather 1 25 23 Cattle Call

Heifer Retention, Slow Cash & Weather 1 25 23 Cattle Call

Last week's talk of heifer retention has brought viewer questions along with questions about consumer buying habits with current economic conditions. On this week's Cattle Call, Brad Kooima with Kooima, Kooima, Varilek also looks at the need to get cash fired up, formulated cattle & Nebraska affecting the trade.
Head of Nebraska Cattlemen reflects on 2022, discusses retirement plans in 2023

Head of Nebraska Cattlemen reflects on 2022, discusses retirement plans in 2023

2022 brought on some challenges for those in the agriculture industry. Cattle producers certainly saw their fair share - as the term black swan events has become all too common. The head of one of the state's livestock groups jokingly suggests that the black swan could become the state's new bird. Those comments from Pete...
Has the tide turned on heifer retention 1 18 23 Cattle Call

Has the tide turned on heifer retention 1 18 23 Cattle Call

With rains and snow hitting the western U.S., there is optimism that we could have greener pastures this spring.  The market is noticing less heifers coming to sales and entering the feedlots.  A week that has been barely steady on the cash, with the thoughts that the south might be the supportive factor this week. ...
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