Precision Thinking

We spotted a good article by Susan Winsor over at Corn and Soybean Digest. It’s got some good points – investing in making the best of what you have and using technology to do it are some of the best innovations the farming industry have made.

“A few bushels here and a few bushels there add up to real money. Even small advantages to certain products or management practices make a difference with today’s prices,”

Find out how he does just that.

Give it a read.

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Economy Redux

Opinions are important. Socializing our opinions is how we become an examined and explored open society with plenty of variety. In that vein, the STRIB’s Brian Riedl has written about what he feels has been a failure of the economic stimulus.

“Removing water from one end of a swimming pool and pouring it in the other end will not raise the overall water level — no matter how large the bucket.”

Well, he has a point, but is it one that holds water? What’s your take?