September 19, 2021
  • September 19, 2021

Articles Posted by Michael D. Clem

Some local Iowa crops thrive despite drought

by on September 18, 2021 0

IOWA CITY, Iowa (KCRG) – The drought has had a big impact on Iowa’s crops this year, but not all of the effects are negative. Wilson’s Orchard & Farm in Iowa City said the weather this season has been great for apples. “That combination of hot days and cool nights is what we love as […]

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Alternative sources of locally grown protein for poultry

by on September 10, 2021 0

Findings of alternative sources of locally grown protein could help the UK poultry industry move away from unsustainable soy imports. At a time when global soybean supplies appear increasingly fragile, research by farmers has found that sprouting wheat and vetch seeds, grain residues and processed beans all provide good alternative nutrients for monogastrics, and could […]

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Napa Valley Harvest Review: A Busy Week in the Vines | New

by on September 9, 2021 0

Jennifer Rue, Oakville Ranch Vineyards – Last Thursday, Oakville Ranch kicked off the 2021 harvest with our 1.2 acre block of Chardonnay selection just 10% below our five-year average. Ben Blacksmith at Groth and Lars Bjorkman at Saddleback reported having picked their latest Oakville whites, and a chat with Paradigm’s Mark Fasi revealed that their […]

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Infrared heating for agriculture Market size, trends and key players – AYTAV POULTRY EQUIPMENTS, Choretime, CUMBERLAND, ERRA TECNI-RAM, EUROGAN, Gasolec, Horizont group, MET MANN, MIAL F.lli Massini

by on September 4, 2021 0

New Jersey, United States, – The Infrared heater for the agricultural market The research report is a detailed study of the Infrared Heaters for Agriculture industry that specializes in identifying the growth potential of the Infrared Heaters for Agriculture Market and potential opportunities in the market. Secondary research data comes from government publications, interviews with […]

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Minnesota apple orchards hold up despite drought

by on August 27, 2021 0

Guy Brown went to the source and gathered information on this year’s apple harvest. WATERTOWN, Minn. – Lack of rain this summer is putting a punch on Minnesota’s vegetation and stressing lawns, flowers and trees in state orchards. At Luce Line Orchard in Watertown, Minnesota, owners Terry and Rick Traen are seeing firsthand the effects […]

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USDA Updates CFAP2 for Livestock, Poultry and Special Crops

by on August 24, 2021 0

The Ministry of Agriculture announced today that it is updating the Coronavirus 2 Food Assistance Program (CFAP2) for contract producers of eligible livestock and poultry and producers of specialty crops and other sales products. Additionally, the USDA Farm Service Agency has set a deadline of October 12 for all eligible growers to apply for or […]

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