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You don’t need to go outside to see if your electric fence is working with this new flashing insulator that attaches to any fence post.  The Insulight works off the surges produced by your electric fencer. It consists of a blue HDP plastic insulator and an enclosure that contains a flashing red LED light that flashes with the pulse of the fencer. The flashing light can be seen from up to 1/2 mile away.

AEM Captures Top Workplace Honor for 5th Time

The Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM), the leading trade organization for off-road equipment manufacturers and suppliers, has been named a Top Workplace in Southeast Wisconsin for the fifth time by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “This award is truly a testament to our dedicated, top-notch staff and its continued efforts to support our members, our industry and the customers they serve,” said AEM President Dennis Slater. “This honor is especially poignant this year because of...

Product Spotlight


  For the Long HaulThe latest hopper trailers simplify grain transportation and handling.We rounded up some of latest hopper trailers and their key features that will help you load/unload and haul your bulk commodities more efficiently.Want more information on a particular product? Contact information is listed below each Product Spotlight.


  It's like money in the bank.Protecting your investment is easier than ever due to advancements in grain storage monitoring systems. These new systems faithfully monitor and guard your grain.Want more information on a particular product? Contact information is listed below each Product Spotlight. 

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Using tech to understand your farm operation

The relationship between Rabo Agrifinance and Conservis is creating new kinds of information for managing all aspects of the farm.  Just what works on your farm? What practice is making you money? What financial information does your lender need for the future?

Technology Times


Digital tools are more important than ever for farmers to track producction and financial metrics.  Even before COVID-19 surfaced, the move toward digital agriculture was certain.“It’s hard to see how you’re going to be a successful farmer in the future without greater technology adoption on the farm,” says Sam Taylor, analyst—farm inputs for Rabobank.Digital tools such as artificial intelligence that alert farmers to be preemptive about pest treatments can curb crop damage and save money, Taylor adds. COVID-19 likely will accelerate this trend, particularly because of social distancing.“Precision tools like the R7 tool have made farmers who use it comfortable with the digital experience,” Jim Hedges, vice president of seed marketing for WinField United says about the company’s tool using satellite imagery, yield potential maps, and plot data.