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  • Jeremy Jack and Stacie Koger, Silent Shade Planting Co. (Progressive Farmer image by Jim Patrico)

    Businesslink

    Little things, done consistently, make the biggest difference in life and in the growing season.

  • (Progressive Farmer image by Pamela Smith)

    Inside the Market

    Unfortunately, coronavirus is still with us, but its bearish influence on crop prices has been replaced by bullish pressure thanks to remarkably large and unexpected purchases of corn and soybeans by China.

  • (Progressive Farmer image by National Wheat Foundation)

    We'd Like To Mention

    The U.S. consistently ranks in the world's top wheat-producing countries. Winners of the 2020 National Wheat Yield Contest certainly prove why.

  • Croplink

    DTN is looking for two willing farmers to share their lives and views as part of our annual View From the Cab series.

  • New carburetor float (left) and crushed float (right) (Progressive Farmer image by Steve Thompson)

    Ask the Mechanic

    Steve Thompson answers readers' questions about all things mechanical.

  • (Progressive Farmer image by Brent Warren)

    Ask the Vet

    Dr. Ken McMillan responds to a readers' questions about farm veterinary issues.

  • (Progressive Farmer image by Pamela Smith)

    Croplink

    Soybean farmers whose fields had yield losses resulting from off-target dicamba movement in the past six years can now file claims as part of a settlement with Monsanto.