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NW Iowa Nutrient Management Summit


CFE along with participating partners will host the NW Iowa Nutrient Management Summit on January 24th 2019 in Sheldon, Iowa.

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Nitrogen Management is Gaining Attention


Silage season is going strong and as the fields are getting opened up a high percentage are showing nitrogen stress.  This likely will have affected yield and become more apparent as harvest progresses.

Decision Time on Soybeans is Here


We have many fields at or nearing the R3 growth stage and this is when we typically get the biggest yield response to foliar treatments.  We are hoping to keep an extra flower or two from aborting or trying to get more 4-bean pods instead of 3-bean.  

Playing the Cards We Have Been Dealt-2018 Corn


 We all know what we and our corn crop have been through thanks to mother nature’s wrath in June.  Odds are diseases are coming, so now what?



 This year Cooperative Farmers Elevator offered 10, $1000 scholarships to our area high schools. We are pleased to present 6 scholarships. These individuals will be pursing a degree in agriculture. These individuals all showcase the dedication and drive to be a future advocate and leader in the ag industry. 

Why Tissue Test and Foliar Feed?


There is getting to be a common theme amongst the growers striving to increase yields and profit.  The tag-line has become this; “Just make sure the plants never have a bad day”.  Ken Ferrie (Farm Journal Agronomist) uses this exact analogy in his November 2017 article on Nitrogen management

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