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COVID-19 relief funding still available for Pennsylvanian farmers

According to Pennsylvania’s secretary of agriculture, nearly $13.5 million of the $15 million CARES Act-funded Dairy Indemnity Program is still available for farmers to claim.

Smart tires now available from Nokian Tyres

The Intuitu emphasizes plug & play simplicity: all you need is sensor-equipped smart tires and an app on your smartphone to get tire pressure and temperature data on your phone.

Canadian fertilizer industry achieves record shipments in 2020

Based on cumulative data reported by Statistics Canada, fertilizer shipments of nitrogen and phosphorus fertilizer reached record levels in Canada in 2020.
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Manure Minute: Managing weed seeds in manure

For those planning to apply manure this fall, consider this: a survey found that fresh manure on dairy farms had an average of 75,000 seeds per ton. While an animal’s digestive system will reduce weed seed viability, it’s not enough to destroy the seeds. Ensilage, composting, and post-manure application scouting are three ways to prevent crops from going to the weeds. » Read more...
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Considering windrow composting

Farmers are continually looking for ways to control runoff from their operations. A study featured in Manure Manager in 2019 demonstrates that composting may be a valuable tool in the fight to keep nutrients in the soil. Researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison looked at three Wisconsin dairy farms to determine the impact of windrow composting on the Yahara River Watershed. » Read more...
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