Bauman Agency’s Matt and Heather Bischoff and their family feature prominently in a new article in the Tri-State Neighbor this week, talking about the Bischoffs’ many ag operations, and the benefits of a relatively mild spring for hard-working farm families in the Huron area.
Check out the article for yourself!
Curt stopped (virtually) by KDLO radio last week to provide an update on his planting forecast for Beadle County, and to let our valued customers know all the things we’re doing to keep you safe, healthy, and ready to plant despite the additional challenges COVID-19 presents.
Although we continue to offer all our products and services for the planting season, we’ve changed how we offer many of them help minimize everyone’s risk of exposure to the coronavirus. We know a successful planting season is essential, which is why we continue to make every effort to meet this challenge with you…from your side of the fence.
Featured image credit: Isabelle Blanchemain
Harvest is only just behind us, but it’s already time to think about next year’s planting! As always, we are committed to helping you prepare for next year to be the best year yet for your farm operation. Please join us at the Bauman Agency Warehouse north of Huron, at 10:30am on Thursday, December 19th for an update on the latest technology from Precision Planting, our 2019 Harvest Wrap-Up, and our current advice on planting in 2020. Lunch will be provided! We’re looking forward to closing out 2019 with you…from your side of the fence.
Featured Image Credit: US Department of Agriculture
It’s time for another update from Curt on the last few acres of unharvested 2019 crops in Beadle County. While some have completed harvest for the season, a few farmers in the area are still waiting for wet ground to firm up enough to allow them to finish the fall harvest. Curt also reports on the relative performance of some of Pioneer’s top hybrids — listen in for more information!
Image Credit: Mark Burkhardt
Just a few days ago, Curt gave KDLO radio another update on a slow, cold harvest this week. Firmer ground means harvest is progressing, but crop moisture levels are still problematic for some. Tune in to learn more!