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    Sumayasha Tibor United States, UT, Huntington

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    A New Era of Farm Employees: Farm Technicians vs. Farm Hands?

    By Gregory Heilers

    Published Jun 4, 2018

    Traditional agricultural skills that made civilization possible are still alive and in use today. At the same time, hundreds of farm technician job listings across the US, and the rise of precision agriculture and software, clearly evidence the need for technologically-savvy farm technicians in the 21st century agricultural industry. It’s no surprise that tech-friendly millennials interested in farming are encouraged by these developments, which may make farming less labor intensive than in generations past. Technology may even be the antidote to a number of ills plaguing modern agriculture, which have led to a drastic decrease in the number of farms across the United States... ”The team at Polyface Farms, according to Joel, utilizes “fault finders for electric fences, Quicken for financial records, GPS altitude meters for pond buildings and water systems, trail cams for hunting, and phones for day-to-day communication among staff...

    How Brazilian Big Agriculture is Destroying the Brazilian Amazon

    By Maria Dampman

    Published Apr 4, 2018

    The rampant deforestation of the Amazon began in the 1970s when the government of Brazil determined they needed to build over 9,000 miles of roads help integrate the rainforest with the populated bordering areas. As the deeper parts of the rainforest became accessible, development of these lands became possible, and once begun, continued at an alarming rate. Farmers, loggers and cattle ranchers cleared forest to create grazing land as well as to grow highly profitable crops like soy. In the beginning, no one was aware of the disastrous environmental consequences of destroying the forest often described as “the lungs of the Earth... They have lost the sacred sites of their rituals for marriage, hunting and treating the ill...

    5 Reasons Why Your Farm or Ranch Needs a Website

    By Theresa Sheridan Stockard

    Published Oct 25, 2018

    Times – they are a changing! Even for farmers and ranchers. Short of a nation-wide blackout, technology isn’t going away anytime soon, and like any other business, having a professional website presence is becoming critical to the survival of that business. You may feel like farming is more of a lifestyle – and it is – but, failure to also treat it like a business could lead to disaster. Like a lot of farmers and ranchers, you might not see the benefit of having a website, and how it can help your business and your industry... Having an Employment page on your website could potentially land you that employee you’ve been hunting for, as you will likely have more candidates than a farm without a website...

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    Turkey Season is Coming

    By Jarrod Hart

    Published Apr 20, 2018

    If you don't own your own acreage, it can be difficult to find places where you are welcomed to hunt and feel safe. Public land can feel like a free-for-all. My experience is speaking from PA and VA, and this year will expand to Ohio as I'm in the midst of moving up there. Likely, beyond the ethics debate about hunting, landowners that do not wish to grant access probably is a result from a negative interaction with a hunter, neglect to the property, damage to the property, or unauthorized trespassing. The point of this post is to remind hunters to respect the land and the landowners which you get permission to hunt on...

    I have a dirty mind because

    By Monica Pape

    Published Mar 12, 2018

    I Think Like an AgronomistThe idea of thinking like an agronomist has come up in several conversations lately. I was at a conference recently and asked how I would have answered a question asked by a farmer. I turned to the sale rep and said that I wouldn't have answered it. I would have asked more questions... I remember him pulling into the driveway in his old pickup truck, hopping out, standing there with his pipe hanging out of his mouth saying “what’ ya want me to do?”He never yelled when I accidentally let my dad’s best hunting beagle out, he never groused when I asked him to clean horse stalls, and he never scolded me when I cussed after a steer stepped on my foot...

  • Sumayasha Tibor United States, UT, Huntington

    Business Title: Houston Tx Seo
    About: Houston tx seo https://www.seosubcription.com/
    Interests: Marketing

  • Hunting And Fishing

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    Post the pictures of your hunting and fishing success!
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  • A New Era of Farm Employees: Farm Technicians vs. Farm Hands?

    By Gregory Heilers

    Published Jun 4, 2018

    Traditional agricultural skills that made civilization possible are still alive and in use today. At the same time, hundreds of farm technician job listings across the US, and the rise of precision agriculture and software, clearly evidence the need for technologically-savvy farm technicians in the 21st century agricultural industry. It’s no surprise that tech-friendly millennials interested in farming are encouraged by these developments, which may make farming less labor intensive than in generations past. Technology may even be the antidote to a number of ills plaguing modern agriculture, which have led to a drastic decrease in the number of farms across the United States... ”The team at Polyface Farms, according to Joel, utilizes “fault finders for electric fences, Quicken for financial records, GPS altitude meters for pond buildings and water systems, trail cams for hunting, and phones for day-to-day communication among staff...

    How Brazilian Big Agriculture is Destroying the Brazilian Amazon

    By Maria Dampman

    Published Apr 4, 2018

    The rampant deforestation of the Amazon began in the 1970s when the government of Brazil determined they needed to build over 9,000 miles of roads help integrate the rainforest with the populated bordering areas. As the deeper parts of the rainforest became accessible, development of these lands became possible, and once begun, continued at an alarming rate. Farmers, loggers and cattle ranchers cleared forest to create grazing land as well as to grow highly profitable crops like soy. In the beginning, no one was aware of the disastrous environmental consequences of destroying the forest often described as “the lungs of the Earth... They have lost the sacred sites of their rituals for marriage, hunting and treating the ill...

    5 Reasons Why Your Farm or Ranch Needs a Website

    By Theresa Sheridan Stockard

    Published Oct 25, 2018

    Times – they are a changing! Even for farmers and ranchers. Short of a nation-wide blackout, technology isn’t going away anytime soon, and like any other business, having a professional website presence is becoming critical to the survival of that business. You may feel like farming is more of a lifestyle – and it is – but, failure to also treat it like a business could lead to disaster. Like a lot of farmers and ranchers, you might not see the benefit of having a website, and how it can help your business and your industry... Having an Employment page on your website could potentially land you that employee you’ve been hunting for, as you will likely have more candidates than a farm without a website...

    Categories: Marketing

    Turkey Season is Coming

    By Jarrod Hart

    Published Apr 20, 2018

    If you don't own your own acreage, it can be difficult to find places where you are welcomed to hunt and feel safe. Public land can feel like a free-for-all. My experience is speaking from PA and VA, and this year will expand to Ohio as I'm in the midst of moving up there. Likely, beyond the ethics debate about hunting, landowners that do not wish to grant access probably is a result from a negative interaction with a hunter, neglect to the property, damage to the property, or unauthorized trespassing. The point of this post is to remind hunters to respect the land and the landowners which you get permission to hunt on...

    I have a dirty mind because

    By Monica Pape

    Published Mar 12, 2018

    I Think Like an AgronomistThe idea of thinking like an agronomist has come up in several conversations lately. I was at a conference recently and asked how I would have answered a question asked by a farmer. I turned to the sale rep and said that I wouldn't have answered it. I would have asked more questions... I remember him pulling into the driveway in his old pickup truck, hopping out, standing there with his pipe hanging out of his mouth saying “what’ ya want me to do?”He never yelled when I accidentally let my dad’s best hunting beagle out, he never groused when I asked him to clean horse stalls, and he never scolded me when I cussed after a steer stepped on my foot...

  • Posted By Jarrod Hart
    Apr 20, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/turkey-season-is-coming

    Posted By Monica Pape
    Mar 12, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/article/i-have-a-dirty-mind-

    Posted By Treely
    Jul 26, 2017

    View Treely's Slade Gleaton's article for SC Tree Farm News, July 2017 edition: "A Changing Future for Small Private Timberland Owners in South Carolina"The forest products industry in South Carolina has come a long way since England laid claim to the territory in the 17th century. Over the years, large timberland holdings have been responsible for sustaining the forest products economy through naval stores, lumber, and paper. Today the forest products industry contributes over $21 billion to the South Carolina economy and continues to grow stronger each year. As we look forward, one of the challenges the industry faces in South Carolina is the growing fragmentation of timberland ownership. Today, forested timberlands cover approximately two thirds of the state (over 12 million acres). Nearly 75% of this total is owned by non-industrial, private landowners. When you break this down further and look at the family owned timberland component, there are nearly 7 million acres across the State, of which over 3 million acres are composed of parcels of 50 acres or less. That’s a lot of acreage and tonnage spread across a growing segment of small forest landowners. Why is this happening? A recent study from Clemson University points to death (and subsequent sale or inheritance of property), urbanization, rising incomes and regulatory uncertainty as the main reasons for larger timber tracts being split into smaller parcels. “Across the South, where poverty and minority land ownership is prevalent, small landowners continue to struggle and large tracts continue to be sub-divided by heirs due to death, taxes and poor estate planning,” says Sam Cook, Executive Director of Forest Assets with the Natural Resources Foundation at NC State University, and recent recipient of the Henry Hardtner Award, which recognizes contributions to forest stewardship and sustainable forest management on non-industrial private lands. These smaller parcels are sometimes taken out of timber production or are not managed as effectively as they were in the past. In addition, the smaller landowner is often faced with the difficulty of selling timber because the smaller volumes are often too costly to harvest. “I own around 20 acres and when I decided to sell my timber, it was very difficult to find a buyer who was interested in harvesting my small acreage,” shares Joe Wheeler, a landowner in Chesterfield County. From the buyer perspective, it boils down to efficiency and profit margin. “Today’s loggers have more efficient and expensive equipment. Moving equipment between smaller tracts leads to a loss in productivity that puts pressure on already thin profit margins,” adds Jeff Tant with White Wood, Inc. “Even though there is no clear path to figuring out small tracts, one day a solution will be found and this will be a real plus to the industry.” One possible solution to smaller acreage parcels may be found online. As our world becomes more...

    Posted By Rodney Michael
    Apr 24, 2018

    $20,000 PRICE IMPROVEMENT - 100+ acres in Marlboro County, South Carolina. Ideal for farming, ranching, hunting, getaway. Creek borders back, has open acreage with fencing/cross fencing for livestock and wooded acreage. Now at $169,000. http://www.treely.land/properties/bruton-fork-church-road-bennettsville-marlboro-county-south-carolina-farm-recreational-land-sale/

    Posted By Wheat Producers
    Aug 28, 2018

    https://www.agriculture.com/markets/analysis/soybean-find-support-monday

    Posted By Timber Production
    Aug 2, 2018

    https://agfuse.com/TreelyLand/posts/cVA1VDdQRHFzeC9kakNvUmtOdzVIdz09

    Posted By Soybeans
    Jun 22, 2018

    https://www.agriculture.com/markets/analysis/ag-markets-sink-monday

    Posted By Timber Production
    Mar 22, 2018

    "Work-related hearing loss 'is entirely preventable with the right strategies and technology, such as controlling noise to safe levels, protecting employees through the use of personal protective equipment and monitoring workers for changes in their hearing levels.'"
    http://www.safetyandhealthmagazine.com/articles/16819-study-finds-elevated-risk-of-hearing-loss-in-certain-agriculture-forestry-and-fishing-subsectors 

    Posted By Sorghum Producers
    Mar 19, 2018

    https://agfax.com/2018/03/16/grain-sorghum-building-an-aphid-plan-starting-with-resistant-hybrids-dtn/

    Posted By Farmers Under Forty
    Jul 17, 2017

    http://www.agriculture.com/farm-management/business-planning/hunting-income-is-available-for-farmers-are-you-getting-it