Raise your return on investment

November 2015
Nebraska Farmer;Nov2015, Vol. 157 Issue 11, p34
The article offers tips for U.S. farmers on how to boost return on investment (ROI) including shifting productive cropland acres for conservation uses, tracking crop production costs per bushel per and using spatial management software to sort out acres with poor ROI.


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