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Combating Early Season Weed Growth with Greeneye Selective Spraying (2024)

As the 2024 crop season begins, growers are facing a familiar foe – early weed establishment before crops even get in the ground. Thanks to an abundance of warm temperatures and rainfall this spring in our territory, fields are already seeing aggressive growth from tough weeds like giant ragweed, kochia, lambsquarters and more. Fortunately, there

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Living the Cooperative Way: NuWay-K&H Gives Back to Trimont’s First Responders

At the core of the cooperative model is a commitment to strengthening our local communities. We strive to be active community members, reinvesting resources to benefit the areas we serve. Recently, we had the opportunity to support the Trimont Ambulance Service, an organization that our community depends on! Through a combined donation of $8,000 from

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The Benefits of Lower Carbon Intensity (CI) Corn Farming

Why Carbon Intensity Scores Matter More Than Ever In recent years, measuring carbon intensity – the greenhouse gas emissions generated throughout a product’s life cycle – has become a big deal in agriculture, especially for corn grown for ethanol. Major ethanol producers like Valero, POET, and Green Plains are prioritizing corn with a low carbon

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TRAINING TO SERVE YOU WELL

Jake Oldenburg, VP Operations The winter has been fairly mild. We didn’t dedicate much equipment or employee time to moving snow, which is frankly a timewaster. On the other hand, we didn’t deliver as much propane, because of abnormally warm temperatures. Despite this, our employees stayed busy preparing for the spring agronomy season and studying

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NEW EQUIPMENT MORE EFFICIENT

DAVID ANDERSON AND RYAN SCHMIDT, AGRONOMY OPERATIONS DIRECTORS Our agronomy team spends three months—January, February and March—getting our equipment ready for spring and summer. This year, we’re working with new equipment, and we plan to add even more equipment to address our current initiative, doing more with less. Last fall proved this can be done.

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TECHNOLOGY SUPPORTS CONSERVATION

Jeff Crissinger, VP of Agronomy sales / Marketing Conservation opportunities and implementation of climate-smart practices has been a re-occurring topic in my recent newsletter articles. In this article, I’ll expand on this topic by describing specialized equipment NuWay-K&H has that supports the conservation efforts of you and your cooperative. SoilWarrior® Strip Tillage After more than

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