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Nov, 22 2018 - by Ag Leader

Happy Thanksgiving from Ag Leader

From all your friends at Ag Leader, we wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving! Ag Leader will be closed Thursday and Friday to enjoy the holiday, we will return Monday, November 26. Enjoy! 

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Water Management

Nov, 21 2018 - by Ag Leader

Water Management Pre Season Tips

With harvest coming to an end, it is time to start thinking about preparing for tile planning and installation. From checking over tiling equipment to designing and creating tile plans, both can save time and headaches while in the field. Below are a few items to keep in mind when starting to prepare for the tiling season.

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Nov, 19 2018 - by Chad Swindoll

Applying Fall Nitrogen: Should I or Shouldn’t I?

This fall has been a challenge for many producers across the U.S. pertaining to the amount of rain that you may have had. Now that harvest is finished or is near completion, fall tillage and fertility is next on many of your lists. Corn production requires nitrogen (N) fertilization to supplement what is available from the soil. After N, phosphorous (P) is the nutrient that is likely to be deficient for effective corn production. 

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Nov, 16 2018 - by Sam Worley

Great Features in Newest Version of SMS

Ag Leader is pleased to announce the release of SMS™ Software version 19.0. The latest version of SMS Desktop Software v19.0 is now available, and is loaded with features to make your fall and winter data work even easier! See the full release notes here

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Nov, 13 2018 - by Ag Leader

Advanced NH3 Application

It's that time of the season - time to start thinking about applying anhydrous. And with continued tight margins, it is important to make sure the correct amount of product is applied to your field. Ag Leader has a solution for you with the technologically advanced DirectCommand® Liquid Product Control module. 

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Nov, 08 2018 - by Sam Worley

Stay Safe in the Field This Fall!

Now that most of the grain is safely out of the field and in storage bins and the combine is ready to be put away, it’s time to go back to the field and start with fall tillage and application. More late nights, but at least there are less moving parts and you can let your guard down right? If that’s what you were thinking, then it’s time to revisit some safety tips and common dangers of fall application.

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