Does Rice Blown Out By Hurricanes Count As Baiting? Better Read The Fine Print Oct 22, 2020

🕔Oct 22, 2020
Hurricane Delta shattered a significant amount of rice grain from ratoon rice fields in southwest Louisiana and many first-crop rice fields in northeast Louisiana. Many growers may have questions on […]

Mississippi Farm Creates New Revenue Streams From Existing Land – DTN Dec 27, 2018

🕔Dec 27, 2018
Cameron Dinkins was home from college during Thanksgiving break when a streak of lightning lit up the farmland surrounding his family home, Linden Plantation, in Glen Allan, Mississippi. It had […]

Arkansas Rice: Signup Opens For Ducks Unlimited Conservation Program Nov 22, 2016

🕔Nov 22, 2016
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) is accepting applications for the Ducks Unlimited-USA Rice Regional Conservation Partnership Program (RCPP) through the new Conservation Stewardship Program (CSP). The application deadline is […]

Indiana, Nebraska: Finishing End of Summer Milestones – DTN Sep 9, 2015

🕔Sep 9, 2015
Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer when students return to school, football season begins, and seersucker is no longer part of wardrobes. View From the Cab farmer Lane […]

Indiana, Nebraska: Farmers Predict Yields Harvest Ends – DTN Aug 18, 2015

🕔Aug 18, 2015
“That area was fabulous.” That’s the way DTN View From the Cab farmer Lane Robinson of Cromwell, Indiana, described crops across central and northern Iowa during his annual “tour” of […]

Indiana, Nebraska: Wet Weather Keeping Farmers From Field Work – DTN Apr 28, 2015

🕔Apr 28, 2015
“Great Expectations,” the penultimate 19th century novel by Charles Dickens, narrows down to a single plot: one person’s triumph. That’s the way it is for Lane Robinson of Cromwell, Indiana, […]

Indiana and Nebraska: Weather Challenges are Like Water Off a Duck’s Back to Seasoned Farmers – DTN Apr 22, 2015

🕔Apr 22, 2015
Like farmers everywhere, View From the Cab farmers Lane Robinson of Cromwell, Indiana, and Leon Kriesel of Gurley, Nebraska, work to defeat a common foe. Their enemy’s name is hunger […]

Nebraska and Indiana: Farmers Wait for Weather to Settle – DTN Apr 14, 2015

🕔Apr 14, 2015
Mark Twain once said, “In the spring I have counted one hundred and thirty-six different kinds of weather inside of four-and-twenty hours.” That’s the way it is for View From […]

Indiana: Too Cold to Plant; Nebraska: Tillage, Weed Spray Started – DTN Mar 31, 2015

🕔Mar 31, 2015
INDIANA – Maple Leaf Farms A TV celebrity duck and its distinctive squawk seems all too familiar to farmer Lane Robinson of Cromwell, Indiana. That’s because Aflac’s mascot, a Pekin […]

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