This past fall/winter had some unusual temperature swings. These temperature swings can cause issues with stored grain due to condensation and moisture migration. Proper management is important. Here are seven tips for grain storage. Cool stored grain to within 20 degrees of the outside temperature during the fall using aeration. Grain temperature should be cooled
There, beyond the free stall barn of content Holsteins munching on last year’s crop, I begin to hear a familiar sound. A kind of metal clinking, engine humming, and corn stalks whirring and crunching as the chopper works through the field and his ever constant companion of a wagon or truck works to keep up.
With fall well underway and combines rolling through the fields, we want to direct your attention to the monitor you have in your combine ready to capture that ever important harvest data. With that in mind I chatted with Kyle Stull recently and we discussed combine data and calibration. He was very excited to be
Our 2015 seed guide is now available! View our digital seed guide Curry Seed gives you choices, genetic diversity, and access to over 90% of the world’s best germplasm. Landmark is excited to offer this genetic diversity! Curry Seed Introduction Curry 822-63 Corn Curry 920-79 Corn Joe Speich, Landmark Agronomist, offers insight on
This growing season has been a wild ride, from shockingly low corn prices to incredibly high yields and surprising weather all year long- and a huge spurt in innovation across the industry. What worked? What didn’t? What would you change if you could, and how can you use this to make sure your future is
Landmark Services Cooperative announces the opening of their new Grain Rail Facility in Fall River, Wis. Grain growers can now market their grain quickly and efficiently at this new location. “The Fall River Rail Terminal is a game-changer is the industry,” says Bob Carlson, chief executive officer for Landmark Services Cooperative. “It is built to
Grain harvest is coming quicker than we think. In about 4-6 weeks, the big harvest push will be on, and in most small and big towns alike, you could see lines of trucks waiting to unload at the local grain elevator. Not at Landmark’s Evansville Grain Terminal, nor at the Fall River Rail Terminal. Grain