The Deal with YieldTM : Introduction and Episode 1

Joel and Kyle
Hosts, WinField
The Deal with Yield is Winfield's new podcast featuring a number of ag topics that matter most in crop production. Currently hosted by Joel Wipperfurth, Winfield ag technology applications lead; and Kyle Reiner, Winfield master agronomy advisor, The Deal with Yield is chock-full of solid agronomic information, management tips and technologies that help optimize yield. Joel and Kyle deliver the dirt as the season unfolds offering stories and discussing trends straight from the field.

The first episode of the podcast series features in-season management tips, including analysing in-season imagery and creating management zones. Joel and Kyle banter on how to shift from cost minimization to yield optimization, and how corn kernels compare to NFL draft prospects.

Episode 1: Helping Your Seed Reach it’s Genetic Potential


For more, see all of The Deal with Yield podcasts or find them in iTunes.

About The Deal with YieldTM Podcast

The Deal with YieldTM delivers the latest agronomic information and solutions for farmers and ag professionals. Our hosts share anecdotes straight from the field and banter about the season's hot topics.
 
The Deal With Yield is a WinField podcast series covering the issues that matter most in crop production.
 

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  Joel Wipperfurth
  WinField Ag Technology Applications Lead

As WinField ag technology applications lead, Joel Wipperfurth evaluates new precision ag technologies, tracks the rapidly evolving competitive landscape of ag technology and develops new partnerships. He also serves as the WinField spokesperson positioning the company in the ag technology/precision ag marketplace. Previously, Joel served as a WinField master agronomy advisor team lead in southern Minnesota, and prior to that as a district sales manager for CROPLAN® seed.


  Kyle Reiner
  WinField Master Agronomy Advisor

Kyle Reiner, WinField master agronomy advisor, works with farmers in southwestern Minnesota to develop agronomic plans for optimizing yields and increasing profitability potential. Kyle began his agronomic career in a retail setting near Fargo, N.D. He then worked as a seed and agronomy advisor in southwestern Minnesota prior to assuming his current position nearly four years ago. Kyle’s specialty is seed, and he is particularly interested in identifying limiting factors in the field, working with different soil types, the positioning of products, and the response of various crops to nitrogen and population.
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