How do I beat my best? Part 2

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To be competitive in farming, you need to not only work on items like improving yields, selling higher, reducing input costs and working on lowering your tax bill—you need to monitor the right metrics in your operation to be able to track your trajectory and make course corrections. There are a lot of metrics out there; the key lies in figuring out which ones are most worthwhile for using to make future farm decisions.

Ag Finance Specialist Tim Brhel continues his discussion with KRVN's Dewey Nelson this week to help farmers reach their production efficiency goals through planning and execution based on farm metrics.