Saturday, July 21, 2018
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Price research gives farmers insight into market conditions and the amount consumers are willing to pay. Learn how to use price research to set your prices.

From her 79-mile section hike of the Appalachian Trail, Editor Susan Crowell uncovered hiking lessons that can easily be translated into farming (or life!) wisdom.

Learn how to price your farm products and set your farm on the path to profitability by using these seven numbers to help clarify your costs.

Penn State's Ag Progress Days, Aug. 14-16, 2018, will be held at the Russell E. Larson Agricultural Research Center at Rock Springs, Pa.

Employee management requires a skill set that is different from the one needed to milk cows. Learn how to work with and manage employees more effectively.

From our fearless grain commentator this week: "A producer should start with the understanding that he is better with a good crop and poor prices than a poor crop with good prices. Then, hope that he is the one with a good crop this year!"

Plant root depth, canopy development, growth habits, and nutrient requirements in a given climate largely determine the irrigation schedule.

Farmers who are considering the purchase of an irrigation system for their vegetables or small fruits must consider many factors.

Farmers can see sustainability principles in action, thanks to an interactive "virtual farm" developed by researchers in Penn State.

It takes a disaster to reprioritize the things we always knew were significant, but thought could wait until tomorrow.
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