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Reading through the history of the formation of grain and feed associations on the state and national level, you will notice a foundational block was to have a uniform system for grading and inspecting grain.
We are just past the summer solstice and per the “crop” calendar, halfway through the year already.
Planting a crop can be an emotional roller coaster for a farmer, besides selling grain too soon.
At first glance, soil looks rather uninteresting. Have you considered, however, that each teaspoon of soil contains billions of bacteria and countless other microscopic organisms?
Illinois grows the most bushels of soybeans of any state in the United States.
Make lasting impressions on your farm through documenting your current operation with simple steps.