Farming

Farming Practices That Could Make You Money In Other Marketplaces

Farming Practices That Could Make You Money In Other Marketplaces

Kelly talks about the practices he is doing on his farm that make him money in the carbon marketplace. He also talks with Mariah from Truterra about the other marketplace opportunities besides carbon credits that are coming down the pike soon.

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Why is Kelly Growing Beans on Beans?

Why is Kelly Growing Beans on Beans?

The potential for renewable fuels in the future will make soybeans in high demand. That means that US farmers will need to produce more soybeans to keep up with demand. Traditionally, farmers have not grown soybeans on the same ground in back to back years, and there are some good reasons for that. Kelly and Mike from Garrett Land and Cattle talk about their 40 acre experiment to overcome the challenges of growing beans on beans.

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It’s Never Too Early To Look At Your Harvest Marketing Strategy

It’s Never Too Early To Look At Your Harvest Marketing Strategy

If harvest time isn’t upon you, it soon will be. So, what is your fall marketing strategy? How sold are you on your commodities at this stage? Are you one third sold, half sold, not sure? There is still volatility-induced upside and downside that could be costing you money without a proper commodity marketing strategy. We talk strategies to protect your farm and increase profit with Bryce and Sean from Silveus Financial.

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5 Tips To Keep Your Marketing Plan From Dying of Paralysis By Analysis

5 Tips To Keep Your Marketing Plan From Dying of Paralysis By Analysis

When production Agriculture is your business, at some point you’ve got to sell your crop. Wouldn’t it be better to do so with a well-devised, updated strategy that reflects what’s the current situation? Silveus Financial offers advice on avoiding over-analysis and keeping your marketing plan relevant at all times.

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Understanding Risk is Key to Managing Risk

Understanding Risk is Key to Managing Risk

With recent volatility and big price swings in Ag markets, risk management is on everyone’s mind. Business advisers tell you to manage your risk (and you should!). But before you can manage it, you must first understand it. Understanding your specific risk — and the very essence of what risk management is — can be the difference between a plan that lets you sleep at night or one that keeps you up all night.

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More Things Kelly Gets Asked About Selling Carbon Credits

More Things Kelly Gets Asked About Selling Carbon Credits

In the 3rd installment of Demystifying the Carbon Credit Process, Kelly addresses a few more of the questions he is commonly asked about his experience of turning carbon credits into another profit center. In this video Kelly answers questions about his farming practices and the credibility of the buyers.

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Interpreting Mid-Season Reports and Managing Volatility

Interpreting Mid-Season Reports and Managing Volatility

What does the recent Planted Acres and WASDE Reports mean for your marketing plan? Is it time to cut your losses or swing for the fences during the next little grain rally? We break it down with the experts from Silveus Financial in this episode of Cutting The Curve.

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When The Corn Market’s Throwing Curve Balls, Don’t Swing For The Fences

When The Corn Market’s Throwing Curve Balls, Don’t Swing For The Fences

2022 will go down as one of the most challenging years in recent memory for producers. Difficult decision making started last fall when crop mix decisions were based on a hope there would be enough fertilizer. Then early spring brought insurance decisions and huge hail events in central Nebraska which raised the question whether to abandon or replant the crop. Every time we turn the corner a new event pops up and throws another curve ball at us. Markets look to be doing the same in this very pivotal moment.

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Perspectives On Prairie Province Farming

Perspectives On Prairie Province Farming

Riley Anderson farms 24 miles north of the North Dakota / Canada border. As our newest XtremeAg affiliate, Riley will be providing insights, updates, and product trials from his Manitoba operation. What unique challenges do farmers face in an area that dips down to —40 degrees Fahrenheit? How does the product mix change when you go north of the border? And how are commodity markets navigated differently in the western provinces from where you farm? We dig into those topics and more in this episode!

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