This past year’s harsh winter damaged or killed many alfalfa fields in Federated’s service areas and now it’s time to get a new crop growing. This is the week for fall alfalfa and hay seeding.
“Fall harvest is right around the corner and that time of year usually brings the best time to look at financing for next year's crop,” said Keith Steiner, Federated’s business relationship specialist
“It’s been a long year already,” said John Swanson, Federated agronomist at the Ogilvie location, but “remember to continue scouting for insects such as aphids and spider mites.”
Overall across Feder
Federated’s winter implementation of Proagrica, a new precision ag software package, translates into improved technologies at the most basic level – in the field. Along with the desktop software, Proa
Between heavy winter kill and a cold, wet spring, the alfalfa crops in Federated’s service areas have had a tough time of it this year. Maximizing yield takes center stage as the season’s first crop i
“Don’t overlook insect populations this summer,” said Craig Peterson, Federated Agronomist at the Ogilvie location. As growers start scouting fields, it’s time to watch for both increasing and decreas
Manager Dave Freichels on the right is recognizing Elvin Austin for 30 years of service. Elvin started at the coop back on 6/7/89 and has worked his entire career in Mora helping the coop meet our pa
It may not feel like it should be here yet, but the longest day of the year is fast approaching (June 21) and the coinciding short night triggers indeterminate soybeans to flower.
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