Thursday, Apr. 30 - FEEDER & REPLACEMENT HEIFER SPECIAL At 1pm we will also be selling: *2004 JD 7220 tractor w/ 740 JD loader 4430 hours, left hand reverser, power quad transmission three point, 3 spoul hydraulics, block heater, 540&1000 pto serial number: RW7220R012852 *1982 JD 4440 tractor w/ JD 158 loader ( very little loader use) 10,000 hrs, always shedded, quadransge transmission 3 spoul hydraulics, 540&1000 pto Don't overlook this tractor because of hours, in mint condtion *2009 NH L180 skid steer, 2400 hours cab heat & air, grapple & bucket attachments *1984 S15 gmc pickup over 200,000 miles (for pictures click on Schnell Auction Service tab)
Tuesday, May 5 - WEIGH UP SPECIAL plus COW-CALF PAIRS
Tuesday, May 5 - ISAAK ANGUS PRODUCTION SALE- 80 bulls, 75 open hfrs 1pm
Nancy the coat-check lady spotted the bee pin on my jacket lapel and immediately started to buzz. I was in New York, at some fancy-pants restaurant for a business meeting, and trying to blend. I'm quickly learning that wearing the bee pin -- a $5 find at a local antique store -- comes with an obligation.
In this week's Crop Tech Corner, a new, faster method of testing soybean cyst nematode samples is under construction, researchers find a gene that could turn more plants into self-pollinators, and scientists produce a map of wheat's many genetic variations.
With the Old World bollworm established in Puerto Rico, USDA is ramping up funding and research to survey and detect the pest on the U.S. mainland, while Monsanto is seeking to increase U.S. acres devoted to its new Bt soybean product.
A federal appeals court Tuesday ruled that a lower court could not order EPA to make a decision on whether states in the Mississippi River basin had to set numeric standards to reduce nutrients runoff. The ruling is a win for farmers and state regulators in 31 states that make up the Mississippi River watershed.
Think how rural communities could rejuvenate if farmland rents stayed local rather than flowing to out-of-state heirs. That's why some farmland owners want their hometowns to inherit at least part of their land.