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Prepare your farm résumé

January 13, 2012 From Wayne Schoper and Rich Baumann South Central College Competition for rented farmland is constantly on the increas. more »»

Tours, tours, tours

January 13, 2012 Wednesday was one of the busiest days I have had in a long time. Some days are like that. Don’t forget there are also days that a person wishes would be over just after it begins. more »»

Farm management strategies for 2012

January 6, 2012 South Central College Kent Theisse is a Farm Business Analyst and Vice President at Minnstar Bank in Lake Crystal. Following are his comments regarding 2012 farm business management. more »»

The most wonderful week of the year

January 6, 2012 I figure one of these times, when my column is extremely late as it is this week, Kevin is going to give me a call and let me have it. more »»

Looking back at agriculture in 2011

December 23, 2011 Following are some observations by Kent Thiesse, Farm Management Analyst and Vice President at Minnstar Bank in Lake Crystal. more »»

Merry Christmas, merry memories

December 23, 2011 I recently read a column composed by another writer that reflected on her favorite holiday memories. It was a bit funny and got me to thinking about all my favorite Christmas memorie. more »»

The tricky business of preparing the next generation, Part 2

December 2, 2011 In the first part of this discussion, we looked at some factors that can cause a family farm transition to fail. more »»

Thank heaven for little…um, large boys

December 2, 2011 By Kerry Hoffman Ok, so my little boy really isn’t so little. He’s enormous. He is so tall he has duck to get through a basement doorway. more »»

The tricky business of preparing the next generation: Part 1

November 18, 2011 A major goal of many farm operators is to see the next generation take over the farm business, and to have that business continue to be successful. Often this does happen, but sometimes it doesn. more »»

Number crunching too much for me

November 18, 2011 It was time for me to get out of the house. Steve was busy in his office manipulating numbers on his computer. more »»

The reality of weather risk

November 4, 2011 From Wayne Schoper and Rich Baumann South Central College (This information is from Dr. S. Elwynn Taylor, Iowa State Univ., from an article he wrote a few years ago. more »»

Welcome back Zack!

November 4, 2011 I may have to think twice before I ever let Zack go to another bunny convention. I am not referring to the bunnies that walk around on two legs either. more »»

Maidl earns American FFA Degree

November 4, 2011 INDIANAPOLIS — Andrew Maidl, a member of the New Ulm FFA Chapter, received the American FFA Degree at the 84th National FFA Convention Oct. 22. more »»

Age is all in the mind

October 28, 2011 It’s good to see Chopper, the rat terrier, snapping and growling at the big dogs. Seriously. He always has been a bit of a grump. He has microscopic tolerance for other dog. more »»

Seven billion people

October 28, 2011 (This week’s was written by Gene Kuntz, Farm Business Management Instructor in Faribault. more »»

Capital budgeting on the farm

October 21, 2011 Most farm business managers are used to developing and using a cash flow budget for their farm business. more »»

Things to do, things to do…

October 21, 2011 In previous columns I have written about having the amazing technology of auto steer in a few of our tractors. more »»

Run down your post-harvest checklist

October 14, 2011 As the 2011 harvest begins to wrap-up, we need to be thinking about the next steps we need to take on the farm. Fall tillage will be happening over the next few weeks. more »»

Know your cheese

October 14, 2011 I recently spent several days hiking along The Superior Hiking Trail in northern Minnesot. more »»

That which we call a cow by any other name...

October 7, 2011 Sometimes it’s not easy to come up with an appropriate name for the animals wandering around our farm. It takes time and deep thought to find a name that is both fitting and charming. more »»

 
 

 

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