It seems as though in today's age, we have an app (short for application) for anything on our smart phones, anywhere from standard weather forecasts to games like Sudoku and Angry Birds. Now, there's even "an app for that" if you're a farmer looking to measure N rates.
If you're a grains farmer, consider making the great impact imaginable by giving the gift of grain directly to the Minnesota West Foundation to support the students, faculty, and staff of Minnesota West Community and Technical College!
Grain donations will be exchanged for funds, to be spread and used throughout the Minnesota West Community and Technical College campus locations. Farmers can specify if there is a specific division or career study they wish their funds to go directly to. In addition, farmers can write off this donation as they look into tax season.
Radio Works, LLC of Worthington and BLT Seed have paired up to bring you tri-state area 2012 harvest reports! We talk to local farmers from the tri-state region about what they're seeing in their farms to get a better understanding at the 2012 harvest yields. These reports can be heard every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 7:10 a.m. on The Hot Country Highway US95 and every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday at 8:35 a.m. on AM 730 KWOA.