Wisconsin Soybean Marketing Board Continues Free Nematode Testing Program for 2015
Four out of every five animals on earth today is a nematode so it is not surprising that agricultural fields are home to many nematode species. Fortunately, most nematodes are beneficial to crop growth and soil health because their activities help decompose crop residues and cycle nitrogen and other nutrients. Pest nematodes do not threaten yield if their numbers remain low.
Wisconsin Soybean Association Elects New Officers
The Wisconsin Soybean Association (WSA) held its annual meeting January 29, 2015, in conjunction with the Wisconsin Corn/Soy Expo. WSA members unanimously re-elected; Mike Bertram, DeForest, John Simon, Oconomowoc and Dan Lutz, Scandinavia. Also elected to the board was Rochelle Schnadt, Lodi and Brad Kremer, Pittsville.
Brad Kremer, newly elected board member to Wisconsin Soybean Association, accepts plaque, with his wife, Nicole, upon completion of the ASA DuPont Young Leaders training
ASA DuPont Young Leaders Explore Issues, Marketing During Final Phase of Training
Soybean Management Strategies to Facilitate Timely Winter Wheat Establishment
Winter wheat acres across WI have declined over the past few years due to high corn and soybean prices and late grain harvests. As farmers get ready to kick off the 2015 growing season here are a few suggestions to help get your 2016 winter wheat crop established on time.
IP Soybean Profit Calculator
Facing lower soybean cash prices this year, farmers are looking for opportunities to add to their bottom line.
This calculator can help determine how much profit can be added by growing IP soybeans.
This calculator is funded by USB's Value Task Force.