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How Farmers Prepare for the Winter

How Farmers Prepare for the Winter

A farmer’s work is never done…not even when the land sleeps under the thick quilt of snow. Winter is the season when corn and soybeans have been harvested and stored. Yes, the workload lightens. But farmers continue working, even in the winter.

Why Farmers Stay Busy During the Fall

Why Farmers Stay Busy During the Fall

Farmers are busy during fall harvest. In the Midwest alone, there are “127 million acres of agricultural land”, meaning a lot of variety and crops that provide Americans with the nutrition, fibers, and supplies that keep us going (climatehubs.usda.gov).

Field Day!

Field Day!

Check out these clips from this year's Field Day!

Corn Has Many Forms

Corn Has Many Forms

Here in The Region, there is so much corn that it can even feel suffocating to live here at times. For some reason, many people get irritated with the fact that so much corn grows here. What they don’t realize, is that the farming industry is NWI is why we have business coming and going in the area

Wyckoff Winter 2019 Meeting

Wyckoff Winter 2019 Meeting

We had a fantastic presentation and discussion at our 2019 Winter Meeting. Be sure to watch this video to find out what was done and what's in store for this year!

Everything You Need to Know about Soy Beans

Everything You Need to Know about Soy Beans

The soybean plant is a legume related to clover, peas, and alfalfa. Soybeans are typically planted in the late spring and when they flower, in the summer, they can produce up to 80 pods. Each pod contains 2-4 pea-sized beans, which are high in protein and oil.

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