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The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Jan 2017  $5.00
  • National Wheat Yield Contest
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Skip Row v. Twin Row Planting
  • New Dicamba Products
  • Terrace Trends
  • Sorghum Leader Starts New Post
  • Top Ten Agricultural Law and Tax Developments of 2016
feb 2016 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Feb 2017 $5.00
  • Wheat Disease Update
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Nitrogen to No-Till Soils
  • First Hollow Stem
  • New Corn Herbicides
  • Featured Farmers
  • RCRA Regulations
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Mar 2017 $5.00
  • Greenbugs and BCOA Treatment
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Herbicide Resistance
  • Split Fungicide Treatments
  • SCA-Resistant Sorghum Hybrids
  • SCA prep on the High Plains
  • Timing for Row Crop Planting
  • Estate Planning in the Face of Uncertainty
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Apr 2017 $5.00
  • Specialists’ Scouting Reports
  • Top Wheat Varieties
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Weed Control in Sorghum
  • ALS-Resistant Sorghum
  • Drought-Tolerant Corn Compared
  • Soil-Applied Soybean Herbicides
  • Tax and Legal Issues Associated with Casualty to Livestock and Other Ag Property
The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – May 2017 $5.00
  • Specialists’ Scouting Reports
  • Oklahoma Wheat Disease Update
  • Plains Grains Preharvest Report
  • Agronomists Field Notes
  • New Wheat Varieties Preview
  • Early Corn Disease Conditions
  • Qualified Farm Indebtedness – A Special Rule for Income Exclusions of Forgiven Debt
June2015 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – June 2017 $5.00
  • Winter Annual Grass Control
  • Common Bunt in Wheat
  • Oklahoma Harvest Repot
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • Non-uniform Sorghum Emergence
  • Corn Concerns After Rain
  • The Non-Corporate Lessor Rule – A Potential Trap in Expense Method Depreciation
July TWF 16  The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – July 2017

  • WSMV Resistance Expectations
  • Management Tools for Volunteer
  • KSU Variety Trials
  • OSU Variety Trials
  • Agronomist Field Notes
  • New Enlist Corn for 2018
  • Dicamba Drift in Soybeans
  • Start Scouting for Sugarcane Aphid
  • Eminent Domain – The Government’s Power to “Take” Private Property
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 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Aug 2017

  • Starter fertilizers for wheat
  • KSU Variety Trials
  • OSU Variety Trials
  • CSU Variety Trials
  • Selecting a wheat variety
  • Small grain forage options
  • Stop the Streak
  • Drought stress in corn
  • Scout for rootworm beetles
  • Dicamba Spray-Drift Issues
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sept 2015  The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Sept 2017
• Compensating for Seeding Delay
• Kansas Wheat Yield Contest
• Agronomist Field Notes
• High Protein Wheat
• Harvesting Drought-Stressed Corn
• Aflatoxin in CornCorn Yield and Plant Density
• Sorghum Pests
• Checkoffs, The Courts, and Free Speech
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 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Oct 2017

• Late-Planted Wheat
• Managing High-Protein Wheat
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Ear Rot in Corn
• Pigweeds in Beans
• Stalk Rot in Corn
• Stalk Rot in Sorghum
• Fertilizing Soybeans
• Reducing N Loss as N20
•Self-Employment Tax on Farm Rental Income

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 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Nov 2017

• Winter Wheat Survival
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Dicamba Label Amendments
• KSU Corn Performance Tests
• Nebraska Corn Year in Review
• FIRST Corn Variety Results
• Corn Company DSM Top Picks
• Saline in Sodic Soils
• Digital Assets and Estate Planning

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 The Wheat Farmer / Row Crop Farmer Newsletter – Dec 2017

•Mustards in Wheat
• Agronomist Field Notes
• Setting up On-Farm Trials
• Kansas Soybean Tests
• Colorado Soybean Tests
• FIRST Soybean Tests
• DSM Top Picks: Soybeans
• Kansas Sorghum Tests
• Colorado Sorghum Tests
• DSM Top Picks: Grain Sorghum
• Grazing Cover Crops
• IRS To Finalize Regulations On Tax Status of LLC and LLP Members?

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