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January 15, 2021
The FS Profit Maximizer is a tool that can help us determine what that profitability looks like specific to your individual operation. With the help of the FS Profit Maximizer, we are able to account of all expenses needed to grow a crop and use this data to determine break evens and ultimately a positive return on investment for your operation.
January 15, 2021
Do you have yield data that you have shared with your local Insight FS team member in the past or possibly sitting on your computer or monitor at home and want to take your crop management to the next level? Your local NextGenAg Specialist can take that information and use it as a powerful tool to maximize the efficiency of your fertilizer inputs.
January 07, 2021
Learn more about the importance of changing your oil during the off season.
December 16, 2020
The focus on Nitrogen Management has become more of focal point in the past few years as new equipment and products have come into the marketplace. From splitting nitrogen applications to using the 4R approach of Right Time, Right Source, Right Rate, and Right Place, we have never been more dialed into efficient applications through substantial methods.
December 16, 2020
You can plant a $300 bag of corn because you see and hear it yields very well but if your planter has miscues, then you are not getting the most out of that bag of seed.
December 16, 2020
A significant amount of effort goes into keeping your horses toasty in their stalls when the weather turns colder, but sometimes that can negatively impact respiratory health. Check out tips for improving winter respiratory health for your horses.

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December 16, 2020
Insight FS is booking 2021 plastics, twines and inoculant now to prepare for all your needs in 2021. Booking your products assures that you are getting the best price and your needs are met next year as shortages can possibly occur as one manufacture closed this past year.
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December 16, 2020
Here is a checklist that can help ensure a successful transition program. The transition phase constitutes a vital and very complex management challenge. Here is a simple three segmented checklist you can use.
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December 16, 2020
If our dairy calves are managed well, we can minimize health incidents, maintain growth rates, and ultimately optimize profitability in your herd.In harsh Wisconsin winters, this becomes difficult for most farms.
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December 15, 2020
One of the beauties of animal agriculture and feeding ruminants is their ability to digest forage. The role forage plays in feeding livestock is critical. It’s the lifeblood of our livestock operations. As a nutritionist there’s not a day when the forage on an operation isn’t forefront of my mind. We constantly measure, adjust, remeasure, and readjust rations to accommodate both our forage inventories and our forage quality. As farmers strive to produce what they need, my approach has always been “why buy it if we can produce it?”