Beck's Hybrids news
AgriNews and Beck’s are proud to announce the 2024 Indiana Farm Family of the Year — the Muegge family of M5 Family Farms in Hancock County.
Indiana Farm Bureau honored its Young Farmers & Ag Professionals at the INFB State Convention in Fort Wayne. The event’s theme was “Grow: Planting Seeds for Our Future.”
Beck’s broke ground on a new distribution and research facility in Salina, Kansas. The 140-acre property is Beck’s first permanent location in Kansas.
Agronomists covering a broad area of the Corn Belt gave their insights on crop conditions, nitrogen applications and other topics recently at Beck’s Central Illinois Field Show.
Tar spot was an unknown corn disease in the “I” states less than a decade ago, but no longer. A severely infected field can reach yield losses upwards of 60 bushels per acre.
From rolling lavender fields in the north to watermelon farms in the south, AgriNews has taken me on a journey with the most beautiful views.
Beck’s is taking an International Farmall 560 to the Half Century of Progress Show. “Purchased March 1, 1984, in northern Indiana, it has been in the Beck family for nearly 40 years,” said Blair Dunn, shop foreman.
Indiana corn and soybean farmers in the Upper White River Watershed have an opportunity to participate in a fully-funded cover crop program this fall.
AgriNews and Beck’s are searching for the 27th Indiana Farm Family of the Year. Nominations are now being accepted for this distinguished award.
Hosts Aaron Carmer and Collin Scherer explain Beck’s Hybrids’ most popular studies in a fun, easy to implement video series on YouTube called “The Dig.”
Four outstanding FFA students were selected as State Stars at the 94th annual Indiana FFA State Convention.
Visitors from China, Japan, India, Indonesia, Korea and several other countries toured Indiana soybean farms and agribusinesses as part of the Soybean Oil Masters Program.
Recent Beck’s Practical Farm Research data can provide farmers with water management solutions to increase profitability and value.
Indiana Farm Bureau members volunteer each year to teach nearly 60,000 students in pre-K through 12th grade about agriculture.
Insignum AgTech and Beck’s Hybrids have signed an agreement to test new corn traits in Beck’s varieties. Field testing will begin this year to evaluate commercial viability of the traits.