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Crop Progress Report as of 8-31-2015

The USDA releases the Crop Progress Reports each Monday at 4:00 pm. Crop progress and condition estimates are based on survey data collected each week from early April through the end of November.

Two receive top honors of Purdue Extension's Women in Ag

Purdue Extension has presented two Women in Agriculture awards to honor the recipients for their exceptional work and leadership in their profession.The awards were given Wednesday (Aug. 19) during the lieutenant governor's Celebration of Agriculture program at the Indiana State Fair.

Product Spotlight

Product Spotlight: Grain Carts

Grain carts, with a built-in auger system, range in capacity from several hundred to over 1000 bushels. When pulled by a tractor, a grain cart can be an essential tool during harvest season. They allow a combine to work continuously without needing to stop to unload.In this Product Spotlight five grain carts with be highlighted.  Looking for more information? Contact information for each company is located below each product. 

Product Spotlight: Fuel Trailers Presented by Meridian Manufacturing, Inc.

 Fuel trailers allow farmers to refuel their equipment in the field. This will in turn save time and money—both of which are very valuable during the upcoming harvest season. With a host of options available, including DEF systems, fuel trailers can be a wise investment for many operations.Looking for more information? Each company has their contact information listed below each product. 

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Business Profile: AgCam

The AgCam® is a durable, reliable surveillance system with the innovative ability to be quickly moved from one application to the next. The AgCam, a product of Dakota Micro, Inc., is an American made product from an American company that shares the values of American farmers and ranchers. Dakota Micro has been manufacturing cameras for the agricultural industry for over 13 years.

Technology Times

Sub-Surface Drip Irrigation a Possible Solution for some Georgia Peanut Farmers

Drip irrigation systems have long helped Georgia vegetable farmers grow high yielding crops. Sub-surface drip irrigation can help some Georgia peanut farmers water their crops more efficiently, according to a University of Georgia Cooperative Extension expert. And, it won't interfere with peanut digging equipment.While not suitable for all peanut fields, sub-surface drip irrigation could be used in smaller fields with irregular shapes where pivots are unable to reach or in plots with dry corners.