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8A THE SUPER)OR EXPRESS l~uma,'hy, Fol~ 2, 2o17 gri It Jenny 's REESources Focus on a cu ure By Jtmuy R~, UNL Extem, doa [ ' ".. ~- ..,, The Nebraska Corn specialty license plates (=an be used o)1 a wide range of vehicles and equipment including Oassenger vehicles, pickups, [arm trucks, semi-Ira#lets, molortydes, trailers and mobile homes. study co~dttcted in cealrni Nehragka, Saathofl said growe~ hind benefitn for ~ve-ral years when plaming txwer crops in just one of three years, Ryan K.ren~. a farmer and agrano- mist with Roth Aerial..~id they have been ~eding cover crops for t~ last five years+ tnc I ad ing aeriatseed in g iron soy~an just tmfere the leaves start 1o 1urn ye'4ew. The cover crop helps avoid a flush of weed.,, immediately lm-~t- har'..est that can robthesoil of va tuable n,oismm. Brothers, Tt~dd and Ru~ell Koran. owners t)f Saumtders Courtly S~,~d Scr- vmc~ in Wahtm. ini~iali) sold ct)v~ cn~p ~-ed and then |0und that grower~ didn't ~.av the proper cquipmemu mr ~he time to gel uover CLOps seeded when they wanted to, Leam more from the~ alto other mnovalive ~_rowez~ and agribusmness repre.~ntatives at the Nebraska Cover Cml~ Confe~nce. Corn specialty license plate now available Tlqat's a [0t of vehicles, but NAPA Filters has got lem covered. NAPA Filters' Spring Sale! February I - 15, 2017 u~: htrp:/fageon,anLedutcomlmsker- r conom its..'2016/farm-program-pay- menls+projection~ He points oat the federal farm pmgr~un supporl ea~mes from commodily programs c~ted in the 2014 Fmra Bill, The legislation );ave producers s choice of enrollment by ccmmt',dity and by cou.r, Ly in ith~ a r~ c e-t'~,~d pmgranl cal h_'d Prioe La)~ Coverage (PLC) or a revenue-hased pzogram called Agncuhunr Ri_4k Coy- erage tncr~ I mm .~=.4.1 rltg,btl~t> role, ilmtd I', IC.t]~t.,'.~'~.l ,Lu',,'C ,l..]imlg tt) thc rotc-, d bLt4.1~(,'IL ,,4.]t~v2',|Idt td lit [';|()ill ,kltlnlH# ,~r;lndl~,Ull, t)1.(" ~'k;.L} - |lleOl~ ~ ~m[~( llt'~)ll~2 ibk, n| Nt'i+r/lhk;l t~T the 2Ikl4 crop ~cam. I~,I have gmCkL~ ~%%'~Htl ]|II~.,I'tAMI ,Is I~1"1~ ~"+ I~ )1 tA h4,'al. ~1 alr~l ~!.ll ~llLInl. dlkd U ~.vll ~'~ )111. m.h t)pTK.d I%'hi'~k r,k'lt'lCl|.. L" pFl~ t- I~ ], "t~,.Lt~,,,.'tl 011 2~)1~- PI ( [~,k)+|tlltl .... tlh[ ~r)alld gtc:mll_k kx. hull lh~' .~t~I-; I +LIra I+,tLt ~,~ dc~el~1[~'d ~|lltl Ttl13 Irt1['~lL'illL'lllt_'.t~. Lh~," provide much supl~)n t~r paymenls to pro~uccr~ given I hal ~,~m rood ily pticex were suhstanlialJ~ .J~..,'e reference price level,,. That held true for mo~l eomm,,x$i0.e~ in 2(114, but ~h contin- u.ed declinein marke~ Drio_4, has moved most ommodilir.~ bek~w reference price level.,., gerlerallt:g nub.4tantial PLC p.aymenlx. $4.) PI.(' panicipanl~, bang t~-n? V~"hll,t. tlte PI_C program siarlcd small, il i.4 l~c~miTlg more sn~nificant over [he lira" ~t Ih 2~114 Farm Bill, Ctstver~el), the ARC" IVn+granl Marled oflI wmlh ~,t|bstamltial rt~)l$1|llh h) pIlO- dut'er~, b|t| is CXl~_'tted to ~,hri.nk qtliekiy lhrt)ugb 21.|18. Unlike PLC pavtrterns that are tied t(~ a tkxcd rcfereqoe price ~t in legislatmt.t, ARC-CO payments a~c lied to rex enue ~It~ tmles y|rld) ~,~olm~ f(~r the crt)p year ctmtpared to a bo]hmark ~,, t.i)ue ha.,d oml zhe five- year OI)ntpic a~etage price and yield for each crop by cou nl) and by pra'c[ice for tho~ crop.~ ~ here county-level Jr- rigated and non-irrigated yields am calculated separately. TI~ ARC program prote, ets du~'ers when rev~ue drops below a guarantee equal to 86 percent of the ~nchmatk revenue based on U'~ aver- age prices a,d yields. ARC payments are based on the same national market- ing ye,at average prices as used wilb PLC,ARC-CO paymentsa~addition- lly based on L'ounly-]evel e)'r)n yiehls per harvested acre estimated" by the USDA NASS and adjusted by FSA fca" unharvcxted acreage to generate yieIds per planlcd acre. ]1 is just a~, imparlan| no remember Ih.a.t the ~tmm line is al~ afflicted hy all of the other risk nmnage meal decisions, includin~ pro- dtmction, insurance, and tttarktLing de- c|P+t()ns that all c0.ntrihule tt~. a r~n I-olin approach h) risk enanag~.'ult'nt. ~1~.[c[ pa~nlent eslimuleS arrl anal','~+n art' ~ilable on the Nbr;tr~ka F.'~,lel~M+.ql l attt| hill webnil :It hllp'// furmhH],nnl,edu. Don't lose any sleep over your crops Wednesday, March 15 Crop Insurance Deadline See Natalie, Jason, Chad or Riclt for all your hail and multi-peril insurance needs. Central Insurance I)1.( I'q.~,1.%Ull '~,:~, I~,'| 1'=t,~.l',.'l~,'d I!1 Trust BANK Member ft~if HML1 LErlI).ER You need it when your money is on the line, Sma// town va/ue~ and qua/dy It all comes down to trust. Edgar Guide Rock 402-224+3205 402-257-2165 P.O. Box 8 * Edgar. Neb. 68935 P 0 [5ox 215 * Gt+l.'3e Rock. Neb 68942 www.comerstot7econl IC'C:{ COrn ~- ml _. ' + 4NAPA) SuperiorHUGE SAVlNGSt , -- L J Motor Parts Up to 70% off ,~,,~,~,_~.,-,. 335 N Commercial. Superior, Neb. ALL NAPAGold Filters, ....... :I I Crop Consulting Service -.+ (+o+)+m-++,~ ~ . ,. . ~ /. ,' -- I I I I ' Qu----IorI "" " P I I ' II ' Area Producers- You Are Invited -- - " PI ~ II~ - . 2017 Pnoneer GrownngPount *< Agronomy Live A/renomIc$, in, GrowingPoh~t Sessions Include: * Managing Early Season Damping Off in Corn - Dr, Keith O'Bryan o Strip-Till Management for Increased Efficiency & Higher Yields- Eric Moore * Enhanced Soybean Weed Management with the RR2Xtend System - Dr. Jeff Krumm Pioneer Brand ProdL~ct Updates - Jon Propheter * Growing Point Agronomy Tools for 2017 - Pioneer Area Account Managers Tuesday Feb. 7th C3 Convention Center 2205 Osborne Drive East, Hasting NE Coffee and Roils at 8:30 Presentations at 9:00 Lunch Included. Thursday Feb. 9th Stastny Community Center 1350 Dove Rd, Hebron NE Coffee and Rolls at 8:30, Presentations at 9:00 Lunch Included, /__~_~, PiO N EER Please RSVP to your local Pioneer Sales Rep __ I _ by Feb, 3'd I I1| I Celebrating 15 years of Business 60 W.4th Street Nelson, Ne Phone: 402-984-4862 erna|l: super#crag @superior#net.net * Chris Corman *Craig Corman ~, Specializing in variable rate lime and fertilizer recommendations through GPS Technology Pest, water, disease and weed management