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National Pollinator Week

June 17th - 23rd, 2019 is National Pollinator WeekPollinators are magical in how they help provide healthy ecosystems. They are also part of a lot of our childhoods. Does anyone remember feeling the grass in the summertime under your bare feet in the evening chasing fireflies...

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Resources For Stress To Help Cope With The Challenges Of The Weather

Depending on where your farm is located, last year you may have been experiencing a severe drought, and this year many farmers are either flooding out or semi-patiently waiting to plant or finish planting. Each variable in farming can add a level of risk to the business, and...

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Honoring Memorial Day

YieldOrganic celebrates and honors our Veterans on this Memorial Day. Veterans are our backbone and foundation of our safety in the United States, much like the farmer is our backbone and producer of our food.

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Welcome Kevin to the YieldOrganic Team

This is an exciting time at YieldOrganic as we are able to expand the team. We want to welcome Kevin Krawczeski to our team as Farmer Connections Director. Originally from Minnesota, Kevin brings over 30 years of hands-on knowledge and experience within the Ag industry to...

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Industry Leaders Talk About Consumer Trends, Are You Ready To Shift?

Dr. Jayson Lusk, the Professor, and Head of the Ag Economics Department at Purdue University was a keynote speaker in Omaha, Nebraska where he shared his research about consumer trends. He is a food and agricultural economist who studies what we eat and why we eat it.

The...

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Rising Healthcare Costs and How Turning Toward Organic Production Can Help

With the average age of the principal producer increasing each year since 1982, it can feel like we are standing in the middle of a road looking one direction thinking about succession planning and looking the other way toward steps that we can take to be able to retire.  

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Your Opinion Counts - The Soil Carbon Initiative

Soil health is of interest to everyone all the way from those who steward over the land to those who partake in its bounty. Just like any resource, natural or humanmade steps need to be taken to preserve its optimal functionality. A group has come together called the Soil...

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Arbor Day

“Each generation takes the earth as trustees.” - J. Sterling Morton

About Arbor Day The Man Behind Arbor DayA transplant from Detroit in the mid-1800s, Julius Sterling Morton, moved to Nebraska with his family and became a journalist and editor of the leading newspaper where...

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Make Everyday Earth Day with Organic Farming

Not to date myself, but does anyone remember watching the Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom show that used to be on Sunday evenings? Our family rarely watched tv growing up, but on Sunday evening this time was sacred because we would all sit down together and I remember the...

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My Organic Certified Farm Ground Flooded, Now What?

Ever feel like you just don’t know what you don’t know until something happens? That feeling can encroach upon you at various times, but especially when a natural disaster happens. Depending on how fast a weather event occurs a primal instinct for survival tends to kick in...

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