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    How to Switch to a Chicken Layer Feed
    How to Switch to a Chicken Layer Feed
    Oct 01, 2018 | Country Visions
    When you turn 18, you can do a lot of new things. You can vote, buy fireworks and even try your luck with the lottery. The magical number means: welcome to adulthood.For backyard chickens, the number 18 means the same thing.
     Successful Weaning Tips
    Successful Weaning Tips
    Sep 26, 2018 | Country Visions
    Weaning calves doesn’t need to be a stressful time for you and your cattle. Making a few adjustments in your nutrition and management program can help ease the weaning transition.  Here are 5 tips for weaning success.
    Welcome Country Visions New Tech Team!
    Welcome Country Visions New Tech Team!
    Sep 24, 2018 | Country Visions
    Since we can’t all be experts in everything the Coop has been forming teams to help with different aspects of Precision Ag
    "Brag About Your Tag" Live Deer Plot Has Been Planted
    Jun 13, 2018 | Country Visions
    Friday, June 1st the ground finally dried up enough that we were able to work up the ground the evening before and plant the deer plot seed in the ground!
    Is Creeping Charlie Creeping In on Your Lawn?
    Is Creeping Charlie Creeping In on Your Lawn?
    Jun 04, 2018 | Country Visions
    Is your lawn full of yellow and purple flowers right now?  While some people welcome the colors the presence of Creeping Charlie (ground ivy) and dandelions drives others crazy. 
    Country Visions Receives Honorary Member Award From Random Lake FFA
    Country Visions Receives Honorary Member Award From Random Lake FFA
    Jun 04, 2018 | Country Visions
    Country Visions Cooperative believes in supporting the next generation of agriculture. We were happy to accept the Honorary Member award from the Random Lake FFA Chapter at their FFA banquet on May 23, 2018.
    Food Plot Early Thoughts
    Food Plot Early Thoughts
    May 07, 2018 | Country Visions
    Have big bucks on your mind? Are you considering putting in a food plot? Here are some things you may want to think of beforehand.
    How to Maintain a Horse Pasture
    How to Maintain a Horse Pasture
    May 07, 2018 | Country Visions
    Stocking Rate - The recommendation is one horse per 2 acres. Grazing - Generally, wait until the grass is 8-10” tall before your horses begin grazing. An easy way to check the height of the grass is to put a water bottle on the ground...
    Effects of the Snow Storm
    Effects of the Snow Storm
    Apr 25, 2018 | Country Visions
    There is light at the end of the tunnel. Spring is underway with temperatures increasing after blizzard Evelyn made an appearance this past week.  Throughout the growing area anywhere from 18 to 30” of snow piled up over a 48 hour period as well as much of the area spent the...

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    Help Farmers Know More With FieldReveal
    Help Farmers Know More With FieldReveal
    Nov 19, 2018 | Answer Tech
    As a retailer, you’re always looking for high-value, cost-effective ag tech tools to bring to your farmer customers. But in a challenging farm economy and a saturated ag technology marketplace, how do you ensure the tools you’re bringing to the table are the right...
    Wind Tunnel Will Enhance University of Minnesota Research
    Wind Tunnel Will Enhance University of Minnesota Research
    Nov 16, 2018 | Answer Tech
    A donation from WinField United will enable aerosol researchers at the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) to study what’s blowin’ in the wind. And then use that knowledge to help farmers.   A large wind tunnel once housed at the...
    Wind Tunnel Will Enhance University of Minnesota Research
    Wind Tunnel Will Enhance University of Minnesota Research
    Nov 15, 2018 | Answer Plot
    A donation from WinField United will enable aerosol researchers at the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering (CSE) to study what’s blowin’ in the wind. And then use that knowledge to help farmers.   A large wind tunnel once housed at the...
    Use Tech to Shrink the Corn Yield Gap
    Use Tech to Shrink the Corn Yield Gap
    Nov 13, 2018 | Answer Tech
    This past season, I worked with a number of farmers and their local trusted advisors using  predictive modeling. We wanted to determine optimal timing and rates for nutrient applications and enable a quick response to crop stresses to protect yield potential. Preliminary...
    Scout Now to Get Ahead of Spring Weeds
    Scout Now to Get Ahead of Spring Weeds
    Nov 06, 2018 | Answer Plot
    A proactive approach to crop protection starts at harvest. Whether you’ve already finished harvest or are about to wrap up, your view from the cab is the perfect vantage point to evaluate your 2018 weed management strategy. Knowing what worked — and what didn&rsquo...
    It’s Not Too Early to Talk Fungicides
    It’s Not Too Early to Talk Fungicides
    Nov 06, 2018 | Answer Plot
    Farmers often ask me when they should plan to purchase their fungicides for the season. My answer is, in the off-season AND in-season. It seems contradictory, but there are good reasons to make purchases both times of the year.  It’s not just about disease pressure<