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A Corn & Soybean Digest Editor Wants To Visit Your Farm

When it’s time to get out to the field with your newest crop production innovation, Corn & Soybean Digest (CSD) editors would like to be right there with you to see what new or different ideas took shape during the winter. If you or someone you know has built or modified machinery, we’d like to hear from you.



No idea is too big or too small. We’re interested in machinery that’s been built from scratch, or several pieces of equipment that have been torn down and re-assembled as a single unit, or simple modifications to existing equipment. It’s always interesting to see anhydrous ammonia applicators, planters, sprayers and tillage tools that farmers have constructed to help them farm better, bigger or more efficiently. 



Also, we’re interested in any cost-cutting ideas that you’ve been doing to stay profitable. For example, have you been involved in any machinery sharing ventures, group input buying clubs or innovative marketing channels? 

We can’t promise that we’ll get to every farm, but we promise to try.

If you have an idea you’d like to share, please send an e-mail to CSD@csdigest.com or call Digital Editor Jennifer Bennett at (952) 851-4718, or toll-free at 800-722-5334 and select extension #14718.

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