Precision Farming Dealer editors encounter a variety of articles, social media posts, podcasts and videos that offer a unique look at various aspects of our great agricultural industry. Here is our favorite content from the past week:

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KSU, Israeli Scientists Use Precision Technology to Study Wheat

Researchers from Kansas State and Israeli scientists are partnering on a project that will use precision technology to study nitrogen application in wheat. The three-year project between KSU and Israel is expected to launch in 2024.

Wheat in a field


Precision Dealership Discusses Security Threats with Congresswoman

Iowa precision dealer Youngblut Ag hosted a roundtable discussion with Congresswoman Ashley Hinson and the Select Committee on the Chinese Communist Party. “Thank you to our participants for providing their invaluable, firsthand perspective about China’s underhanded tactics that threaten American ag and our food security,” Hinson said in a Facebook post.

Precision Planting Research Farm Hosts Strip-Till Workshop

Precision Planting’s PTI Farm opened its doors to over 100 farmers for a special workshop ahead of the 10th annual National Strip-Tillage Conference in central Illinois. Check out some of the top highlights from the event, including cutting-edge UAVs in action.

PTI Farm Sign

How to Fit Rocks in a Jar

Now would be a great time to apply the concept of “rocks” to your business, and no, I don’t mean igneous or granite. “Rocks” are the most important 3-7 things that must be accomplished for your business every quarter. In this article, read how this could make a difference in moving your dealership in the direction it should be headed.


Ohio State Football Player Wants to be Paid in Tractors

Ohio State senior tight end Cade Stover has taken a unique approach on NIL compensation. "Money-wise? I don’t know. I’d rather get paid in tractors, to be honest with you," Stover said when asked about his NIL earning, according to a team insider Griffin Storm.


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