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Key Cooperative Fleet Vehicles for Sale

Members interested in submitting a sealed bid should contact Paul Larson at 515-733-6172. All bids must
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Senate Confirms Perdue as Ag Secretary

Sonny Perdue will be the first Southerner in the post in more than 2 decades – See more at: https://www.morningagclips.com/senate-confirms-perdue-as-ag-secretary/?utm_content=articles&utm_campaign=NLCampaign&utm_source=Newsletter&utm_term=newsletteredition&utm_medium=email#sthash.EyWF2W8R.dpuf

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Nitrogen Stewardship, Step #2: Split Applying Your Nitrogen Investment

Last month I covered the first step in Nitrogen Stewardship, Nitrogen Stabilizers.  This month, I am going to cover
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Herbicide Resistance: The Numbing Numbers From The Weed Wars

Although the list of herbicide-resistant weeds is a long one, industry insiders point out that some varieties are much more problematic than others, such as waterhemp.

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Reduce Stress with Automated Fuel

Today’s agricultural developments make it possible for farmers to guarantee appropriate fuel supply without lifting a finger – a capability that wasn’t available a decade ago.

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Managing Cover Crops This Spring

Iowa Secretary of Agriculture Bill Northey shared a number of spring management tips for farmers new to growing cover crops.

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Key Cooperative Celebrates General Manager Retirement; Interim Announced

On March 31, 2017, Key Cooperative celebrated the retirement of General Manager Jim Magnuson after 19 years of serving as GM.

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Cover Crops in Corn and Soybeans

Key Cooperative member to host field day, April 6 near Leighton

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Key Cooperative Announces Ugliest Bathroom Contest Winner

This February Key Cooperative Lumber & Construction Services announced an Ugliest Bathroom Contest -giving away $1,000 in interior products
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Today is National Ag Day

Events mark a nationwide effort to tell the true story of American agriculture

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Dakota Access Funds Iowa State University Research of Pipeline Installation Effects on Farmland

Iowa State University will conduct a five-year research project that will study the impact of pipeline construction on crop
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