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Colorado State Student Receives Responsible Nutrient Management Foundation Scholarship

BROOKFIELD, WIS., Sept. 22, 2014 — The Responsible Nutrient Management Foundation announces that Patrick Halde of Cheyenne Wells, Colo., has been awarded a $2,500 scholarship award. A Colorado State senior double majoring in Agriculture Business and Soil and Crop Sciences, Halde was one of two students to receive the scholarship for the 2014-15 school year.

Farmer Nominations Sought For Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners Award

Original post on No-TillFarmer.com PICTURED: Darrell Bruggink (left) executive editor of No-Till Farmer, and Dale Ruff right), programs manager of Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers, stand with Responsible Nutrient Management Practitioners award winners (l-r) Dean Glenney, Roger Wenning, Lon Bohn and Don Blaschko. Roger Wenning of Greensburg, Ind.; Lonnie Bohn and Don Blaschko of B&B Partners in

B100 to Fuel Pulling Tractors

New rule allows biodiesel to boost tractors this season ST. LOUIS (May 14, 2013) – A partnership between U.S. soybean farmers and the National Tractor Pullers Association (NTPA) will reach another milestone Friday when the NTPA begins allowing the use of 100 percent biodiesel, in all diesel pulling classes for this season. This is the

Michigan Fertilizer Company to Reimburse Retail Partners for 4R Certification

ST. JOHNS, MICH. — Mid-Michigan liquid fertilizer company Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers is implementing a new Retail Partner 4R Certification Reimbursement Program designed to aid AgroLiquid Retail Partners in the Western Lake Erie Basin, which includes parts of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, in becoming certified in nutrient stewardship via the 4R Nutrient Stewardship Program. AgroLiquid will

Farmer Veteran Coalition Thanks RNMF Partners & Others for Support

SEWARD, Neb. – The Thursday, September 18, launch of the Farmer Veteran Coalition (FVC) in Nebraska’s Fourth of July City – Seward, Neb. was a great success, said Chet Bennetts – Director of Farm Business Development for the FVC. Veterans and a strong network of friends and businesses across Nebraska showed their support for the

Industry & Community Leaders Kick Off Agriculture Education Center

ST. JOHNS, MICH. — The Grand Opening of the IQhub, a 9500-square foot center for agriculture history, innovation and exploration inside Agro-Culture Liquid Fertilizers’ World Headquarters in St. Johns, Michigan, saw some of the most prominent industry and community leaders in one place Friday, September, 12. Michigan Lieutenant Governor Brian Calley, Michigan House Representative Tom

Hagie Mfg. honors 88 Iowa Farm Environmental Leader Award Recipients

Clarion, Iowa – Over 88 Iowa farm families, named Iowa Farm Environmental Leader award recipients, were honored at a special Recognition Luncheon hosted by Hagie Manufacturing at the Iowa State Fair on Wednesday, August 13. Special guest speakers at the Recognition Luncheon included Governor Terry Branstad, Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey, Iowa Department of

Europe announces revisions to food safety laws

Greg Henderson, Editor, Associate Publisher, Drovers CattleNetwork | Updated: 05/08/2013 In response to the horse meat fraud scandal where foods advertised as beef were found to contain horse DNA, the European Commission (EC) has announced revisions to its food safety laws that include increasing unannounced inspections and higher penalties. The EC says the changes provide

Will Insect Pest Pressure Be “Normal” This Year?–

Purdue University Extension (Christian Krupke and John Obermeyer) •Anticipated pest outbreaks only occasionally materialize. •Starting insect populations are relatively low. •There will be surprises in 2013! Admittedly, this article’s title isn’t as catchy as last year’s fret about bugs becoming worse because of the early start, as we reached May heat units in March! You