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  • AgriViews | The AgriVision Blog
    CHOICE An improved buffered acid for baling at higher moisture During the haying season there are many times when it would be great to be able to harvest hay before it is dry enough to bale Propionic acid has been around for a long time and if you have ever used it you know that it will keep some pretty tough hay from spoiling But you also know how dangerous it is to handle and how tough it is on equipment Now there is Baler s Choice a chemically buffered form of propionic acid Pound for pound it does everything straight propionic acid will do but without the corrosion or danger With a pH of 6 0 it is about a neutral as rain water With Baler s Choice hay can be baled at moistures up to 30 Get a jump on the weather reduce leaf shatter and bale more acres per day It works on all types of hay including alfalfa grass and other crops that are susceptible to spoilage at higher moistures And Baler s Choice also helps keep the color and smell in hay Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Equipment Optimization Farm Efficiency Cost Control New Technology Gain the advantage with 3i and Smart Yield Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 5 19 15 11 28 AM Tweet Agronomic Decision Support When it comes to decisions about your operation your data is power With AgriVision s 3i and Smart Yield programs we will help you put your data into action to drive better decisions for your operation We give you the information to help you successfully manage inputs for maximum yield with variable rate prescriptions and production efficiency gains to increase return on investments All while ensuring complete integration of your equipment and technology The 3i Smart Yield Advantage Intelligent equipment technology Information of the highest accuracy collected Professional analysis delivered Integration of your equipment and your technology using your information to maximize your profit Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Tips for Utilizing Technology Equipment Optimization Farm Efficiency Cost Control John Deere Is Every Bit as Good Or Better Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 5 11 15 3 49 PM Tweet Best in Class Products Lets start with the most important fact despite competitive claims John Deere components are every bit as good as Precision Planting and in some cases better John Deere ProMax 40 disks double eliminator made up of forty 4 5mm holes designed for pulling in and retaining a large variety of seed sizes and shapes 99 singulation spacing Precision Planting disks only feature thirty 4 5mm holes fewer holes make it more difficult at faster speeds to pick up the seed Various researchers and agronomic studies have shown every inch of improvement in spacing standard deviation brings between 2 to 4 incremental bushels of yield per acre Active Pneumatic Downforce delivers the industry s best automated response rate to varying soil conditions

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  • Helpful Tips to Improve Your Lawn and Garden With a Two to Five Year Plan
    span because no pruning or trimming was done over the years and the turf may show signs of thinning out and have bare spots When thinking of selling a home if the lawn and landscape are not up to par give two to five years for bringing it up to speed with the rest of the house More time is needed for lawn and landscape work versus remodeling a kitchen for example Remodeling a kitchen in order for the home to sell quicker for more money can take place over the course of a few weeks where the lawn and landscape needs a little more time so that the new plant and sod seed installations don t look so fresh when the house goes on the market If a home owner has a five year plan to sell their home then it might be wise to plan on working on a specific part of the lawn and landscape each year while approaching the final days before the acreage goes up for sale Giving higher priority to areas like the front lawn and ornamental beds in the first year then in the next two years making improvements to the next areas of importance and so on Another approach to a five year lawn and landscape plan would be to start fixing up the worst areas of the property first without regard to where it is on the property For example if there is a row of dead Austrian pines in the farthest part of the back yard that are long past saving and falling over then those would be a great place to start cleaning up the property Allowing at least one growing season for newly seeded areas of grass is important too Bare areas of the yard will result in

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  • AgriViews | The AgriVision Blog | AgriVision Equipment
    3 11 PM Tweet BALER S CHOICE An improved buffered acid for baling at higher moisture During the haying season there are many times when it would be great to be able to harvest hay before it is dry enough to bale Propionic acid has been around for a long time and if you have ever used it you know that it will keep some pretty tough hay from spoiling But you also know how dangerous it is to handle and how tough it is on equipment Now there is Baler s Choice a chemically buffered form of propionic acid Pound for pound it does everything straight propionic acid will do but without the corrosion or danger With a pH of 6 0 it is about a neutral as rain water With Baler s Choice hay can be baled at moistures up to 30 Get a jump on the weather reduce leaf shatter and bale more acres per day It works on all types of hay including alfalfa grass and other crops that are susceptible to spoilage at higher moistures And Baler s Choice also helps keep the color and smell in hay Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Equipment Optimization Farm Efficiency Cost Control New Technology Gain the advantage with 3i and Smart Yield Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 5 19 15 11 28 AM Tweet Agronomic Decision Support When it comes to decisions about your operation your data is power With AgriVision s 3i and Smart Yield programs we will help you put your data into action to drive better decisions for your operation We give you the information to help you successfully manage inputs for maximum yield with variable rate prescriptions and production efficiency gains to increase return on investments All while ensuring complete integration of your equipment and technology The 3i Smart Yield Advantage Intelligent equipment technology Information of the highest accuracy collected Professional analysis delivered Integration of your equipment and your technology using your information to maximize your profit Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Tips for Utilizing Technology Equipment Optimization Farm Efficiency Cost Control John Deere Is Every Bit as Good Or Better Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 5 11 15 3 49 PM Tweet Best in Class Products Lets start with the most important fact despite competitive claims John Deere components are every bit as good as Precision Planting and in some cases better John Deere ProMax 40 disks double eliminator made up of forty 4 5mm holes designed for pulling in and retaining a large variety of seed sizes and shapes 99 singulation spacing Precision Planting disks only feature thirty 4 5mm holes fewer holes make it more difficult at faster speeds to pick up the seed Various researchers and agronomic studies have shown every inch of improvement in spacing standard deviation brings between 2 to 4 incremental bushels of yield per acre Active Pneumatic Downforce delivers the industry s best automated

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  • AgriViews | The AgriVision Blog | Lawn & Garden
    something that happens overnight either Consistent work and upkeep over the years is essential in upholding the value of a home and the lawn and landscape should not be left out Many times when building new homes a developer leaves very little in the budget for lawn and landscape work to be done Sod gets slapped down and one tree planted in the front yard The lawn and landscape work is also looked at as on going as a few years pass by instead of needing it finished immediately as the house is built On properties of older homes if appropriate care of bushes trees and turf are not met bushes will be over grown and may not look over all healthy Trees may not have a very long life span because no pruning or trimming was done over the years and the turf may show signs of thinning out and have bare spots Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Lawn Garden All posts Subscribe by Email Popular Posts John Deere Is Every Bit as Good Or Better StarFire Receiver default frequency to change next month Leasing Tax Law Update Section 179 John Deere is

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  • Leasing and Tax Law Update
    hands to be considered and voted on In the meantime leasing remains the best option for producers looking to write off their lease payments and reduce taxable income If producers have already paid cash or financed their purchase with a loan AgDirect offers a purchase leaseback product which can help them maximize their deductions for 2015 With a purchase leaseback AgDirect purchases the equipment from the producer and leases it back to them If they financed with a loan AgDirect will pay off the loan and apply the equity as a first lease payment If the tax laws pass later this year and a customer that leased earlier in the year wants to take depreciation instead of a lease payment write off AgDirect has options available to either refinance to a loan or to convert their lease to a lease type that allows the producer to take depreciation Producers shouldn t let the uncertainty around tax law affect their buying decisions producers have access to options to help their tax situation regardless of what happens or doesn t happen to tax law before year end Contact your local AgriVision Equipment Account Manager for more details on finance and lease options

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  • AgriViews | The AgriVision Blog | Strategies to Lower Taxes
    to be considered and voted on Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Strategies to Lower Taxes Tax Laws Leasing Consider a Purchase Leaseback Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 12 17 14 1 12 PM Tweet Looking to maximize tax deductions and replenish working capital CONSIDER A PURCHASE LEASEBACK What is a Purchase Leaseback PLB A PLB is an option for a producer to do a lease on new or used equipment they acquired this year with cash or a loan Lenders will write a lease on the asset for the full equipment value and will reimburse the cash to the producer or pay off their loan and apply any equity as the first lease payment What s the benefit of a PLB Utilizing a PLB is an opportunity for a producer to help maximize write offs for tax purposes and replenish working capital levels It also sets a consistent annual write off over the term of the lease Producers can utilize the lease to increase cash reserves preserve Section 179 deductions and take advantage of great lease rates Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Strategies to Lower Taxes Equipment Financing Leasing Leasing Tax Law Update Section 179 Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 7 11 14 2 49 PM Tweet Leasing has been very hot in 2014 and it s mostly on account of the current tax law situation As it stands today bonus depreciation has not been extended for 2014 and Section 179 has reverted back to only 25 000 There has been some activity in Washington to potentially renew bonus depreciation and increase Section 179 however most likely nothing will be passed until after the elections in November Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics

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  • AgriViews | The AgriVision Blog | Tax Laws
    renew bonus depreciation and increase Section 179 the House has passed their version of a bill to increase Section 179 to 500 000 and bring back bonus depreciation the bill is now currently sitting in the Senate s hands to be considered and voted on Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Strategies to Lower Taxes Tax Laws Leasing Leasing Tax Law Update Section 179 Posted by AgriVision Equipment on 7 11 14 2 49 PM Tweet Leasing has been very hot in 2014 and it s mostly on account of the current tax law situation As it stands today bonus depreciation has not been extended for 2014 and Section 179 has reverted back to only 25 000 There has been some activity in Washington to potentially renew bonus depreciation and increase Section 179 however most likely nothing will be passed until after the elections in November Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Loan Financing Strategies to Lower Taxes Tax Laws Leasing All posts Subscribe by Email Popular Posts John Deere Is Every Bit as Good Or Better StarFire Receiver default frequency to change next month Leasing Tax Law Update Section

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  • AgriViews | The AgriVision Blog | Leasing
    or pay off their loan and apply any equity as the first lease payment What s the benefit of a PLB Utilizing a PLB is an opportunity for a producer to help maximize write offs for tax purposes and replenish working capital levels It also sets a consistent annual write off over the term of the lease Producers can utilize the lease to increase cash reserves preserve Section 179 deductions and take advantage of great lease rates Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Strategies to Lower Taxes Equipment Financing Leasing Data May Reduce Rent Posted by Dan Frieberg on 11 25 14 10 19 AM Tweet When I m visiting with growers and advisors I frequently say that maps are a great way to view data but the real power lies within the data file that the map represents In the 1990s when yield mapping first became possible if growers were asked what they learned from their yield maps a common response would be drainage pays It s easy to visually correlate a wet spot with the low yielding area of the field because in some cases you farmed around that area all season long Some growers used that visual display of yield loss on a yield map as a tool to create a dialogue with the land owner about the need for drainage tile The data file that the map represents enables the discussion to go even further than identifying an obvious problem it quantifies the problem economically There have been thousands of rented farm ground acres that have been tiled by growers who used their yield maps and their yield data files to negotiate an appropriate solution with the land owner Read More 0 Comments Click here to read write comments Topics Tips

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