2017 Food Drive
This year’s food drive will begin mid-October, and run thru the end of November
Whats Under Your Boots v2
Our understanding of “what is under our boots” has changed dramatically over the past 13 years.
2017 Silage Burn Down Days Day 1 August 25
The most obvious difference I’ve seen this year versus last, is that our Kernel development or maturation is not as far along … with approximately 85-90% of our samples still in the 3/4ths “milk-line”
Harvest Both Crops Data This Fall
As you start preparing your equipment for the fall harvest, don’t forget to spend some time making sure your yield monitors and other Precision Ag equipment is up-to-date and ready to go.
Finishing the Season
The average frost dates in Minnesota from 1948 to present have been October 1st for 32 degrees, October 12th for 28 degrees, and October 28th for 24 degrees.
Time to Cover Up
Take time and ask yourself, “How do I want to leave this soil for the next generation?”
Adding Value from the Inside Out
Ask the Beef Production Consultants at All American Co-op Progressive Ag Center to learn more about how Purina creep feeds, minerals and Stress Care products can help your cattle meet their full potential and add more value to your cattle today.
How Does Forage Quality Affect Ration Costs
The Animal Nutrition team at All American Co-op Progressive Ag Center is highly trained to help our producers and customers make smart decisions on forages and feed decisions.
Protecting and Enhancing Soybean Yield
If you have to spray for bugs in your beans, consider consulting with your All American Co-op Progressive Ag Center Agronomist to add some fungicide to your insecticide pass.
Summer Is a Time for Achievement
As you enjoy visiting the local fairs this summer make sure to notice the young people and the life lessons they are learning right before our very eyes.
Our Summer Interns are Valuable
Interns are an important part of our summer and seasonal workforce here at All American Co-op Progressive Ag Center.
SE MN Summer Field Day
Midwest Forage Association and the SE MN Forage Council Summer Field Day Tuesday August 8th
Is Wild Parsnip Toxic to Livestock
All growth stages of the plant are toxic, when eaten fresh or dried in hay. High concentrations of furanocoumarins have been found in the seeds as well.
How Can Drones Go To Work for You
All American Co-op & Progressive Ag Center is excited to have our Precision Ag Team certified with their Remote Pilot Certificates
A Duluth Grad and Ag Tech
According to AgFunder, an online marketplace tracking the Ag technology sector, investors have poured more than $10 BILLION into agtech since 2014
People Come First
For 109 years, All American Co-op has focused on providing reliable, continuous service. In order to provide quality products and services that fit our producers’ goals, we strive to know each of our members and customers on a personal level.
June Dairy Month
Producing a product that helps mankind fight off certain cancers, osteoporosis, high blood pressure, along with many other health benefits is a noble profession that requires unbelievable ambition.
What Else Can I Do
The decisions that we have to make yet in the 2017 crop year are numerous.
New Path for Century Farm Bare Meadows
Sometimes keeping relevant in agriculture is about reinventing one’s self. This is exactly what the Holst family is doing to keep their family’s century farm viable in today’s volatile marketplace.
Here is a simple easy recipe for a hot summer day!
Common Fermentation Problems
We know what good quality feed smells and looks like, so what about those times when it doesn’t look or smell so perfect; what went wrong?
Spring Rush 2017
May 4th through May 8th was the busiest run I have seen since I have worked for All American Co-op & Progressive Ag Center, LLC.
Spring Has Sprung, Finally
We think that the green grass will take care of our cows but there are some things that we need to make sure we are doing