Joel and Jason Weller, senior director of sustainability at Land O’Lakes, continue their conservation conversation on this episode of The Deal With Yield® podcast. Tune in to hear Jason analyze one of Joel’s fields and make recommendations using the TruTerra™ Insights Engine.
On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Joel welcomes Jason Weller, senior director of sustainability at Land O’Lakes, to delve into different types of conservation practices and evaluate their impacts on profitability. Listen for how to best identify conservation opportunities and the key role tech can play in making your operation economically sustainable.
From commodity prices to trade discussions, farmers are at the center of the conversation. On this episode of The Deal With Yield, hosts Joel and Jon discuss the ways market conditions influence everyday decision-making. Often, it can feel a lot like playing poker.
Jon and Joel look ahead to field preparation for next year on this episode of The Deal With Yield. Hear their thoughts on how to curb soil compaction, their tips to keep in mind for a fall nitrogen application and their debate about whether or not nitrogen stabilizers are worth the investment.
On this episode of The Deal With Yield, Joel Wipperfurth invites Scott Komar, Senior Vice President of Global Research and Development for Driscoll’s, to dive into the world of berries and discuss how farming berries compares to row crops. Learn about the agronomics and logistics behind breeding, farming and delivering flavor direct to consumers.
This week, we’re celebrating 100 episodes of The Deal With Yield podcast. Our tried-and-true hosts, Jon and Joel, continue the seed selection conversation, providing insights on choosing soybean varieties and advice on how to capture yield advantage early on.
Jon and Joel tackle corn seed selection for 2020 on this episode of The Deal With Yield. Learn what factors to consider when selecting seed, the importance of managing to each hybrids’ unique characteristics and why your environment might not be the best reference point for next year.