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Darren Eck Discusses Root Mass and Tiller Size on Milo with BP In Furrow

Darren Eck Discusses Root Mass and Tiller Size on Milo with BP In Furrow

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Darren Eck Discusses Reduced Disease Pressure on Milo with BP In Furrow

Darren Eck Discusses Reduced Disease Pressure on Milo with BP In Furrow

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Darren Eck Discusses BP In Furrow Results on Milo

Darren Eck Discusses BP In Furrow Results on Milo

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Darren Eck Discusses Heading on Milo with BP In Furrow

Darren Eck Discusses Heading on Milo with BP In Furrow

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Big Corn Crop, Little Profit in the Forecast for Farmers in Southeast Missouri

Big Corn Crop

Corn farmers in southeast Missouri are expecting high yields — but low profits. The Southeast Missourian reports that the weather has been cooperative this year with average temperatures and plenty of rain. Corn yields could rise 10 percent, but prices are expected to be down. “It’s going to be really tough to make money this year,” said Dan Jennings, who ... Read More »

Crop Update Photos 8-6-14

High Yield Corn 6

Here is another look at our crops so far this year. Read More »

Allendale Raises the Bar on US Corn Yield Hopes

Corn Yield Hopes

Allendale raised the bar on estimates for the US corn yield, but said that did not necessarily mean lower prices – for now. The Chicago-based broker pegged the US corn crop at 174.1 bushels per acre, up 6.3 bushels per acre from its previous forecast – and well above the current US Department of Agriculture estimate of 165.3 bushels per ... Read More »

High Yield Corn Plot at The Farm Research Center

High Yield Corn Plot at The Farm Research Center

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Milo with BP In-Furrow

Check vs In-Furrow 8

The milo in these photos was planted with BP In-Furrow. This was planted by Eck Ag Services based out of Kingman, Kansas. As you can tell, the milo planted with with the BP In-Furrow is much thicker than the check milo. It also has better root mass. Read More »