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TJ Wilson

TJ Wilson is the Director of Finance Sales at FBN®. Based in Hiawatha, Kansas, TJ has 17 years in Ag lending and management. He is actively involved in the day-to-day management of a corn and soybean operation. Click here to learn more about TJ and other members of the FBN Finance Team.


Jul 26, 2023

by Mark Wilson

Managing heat stress in cattle during the hot summer months is a vital part of maintaining a healthy herd. Providing effective relief for cattle in hot and humid weather will prevent heat stress and improve overall cattle performance. How to Manage Heat Stress in Cattle In this webinar, Dr. Erica Na


Jun 23, 2023

by Mark Wilson

When it’s time to start thinking about grass turnout, there are a number of factors to keep in mind in order to keep your herd healthy and maximize your ROI as a producer. In this webinar, Dr. Erica Nagorske and Dr. Spencer Wolter, both practicing veterinarians with Southwest Veterinary Services TM


May 24, 2023

by Mark Wilson

As summer approaches -- and with it, fly season -- it’s a good time to discuss all things related to pinkeye and clostridial disease. Keeping livestock risk management strategies top of mind year round can also help proactively address the risks that come with livestock production. In this webinar,


Apr 24, 2023

by Mark Wilson

The FDA’s five-year action plan includes the GFI 263 which supports antimicrobial stewardship in veterinary medicine and was started back in September 2018. Products that fall under this action of over the counter (OTC) medically important antimicrobials, are not being removed from the market but ra



Mar 29, 2023

by Mark Wilson

With calving season upon us, it’s important to be prepared. In our inaugural Lunch ’N Learn webinar, Dr. Erica Nagorske and Dr. Spencer Wolter, both practicing veterinarians with Southwest Veterinary Services™, discuss the importance of preparing for calving season. The purpose of this webinar is to


Feb 16, 2023

by TJ Wilson

As you look ahead at the future of your ag operation, it’s worth setting aside time to assess your finances to ensure you’re setting yourself up for success moving forward. Here are three steps you should consider taking as a farmer to effectively manage your financial position. 1. Setting Goals Bef


Feb 13, 2023

by Mark Wilson

Trying to decide what seed to buy isn’t always an easy decision. Knowing what seed varieties are going to work best on your operation is determined by a number of factors. So how can you decide which seeds will work for your farm? We’ve developed our FBN Seed Selection Playbook: How to Use Data to B


Jan 27, 2023

by Mark Wilson

Our ‘Why I Chose FBN ’ series features stories from employees across different roles, teams, and geographies on how they got to FBN , what it’s like to work here, and how their teams help fulfill our mission of putting Farmers First®. When did you join FBN , what is your current role at FBN , where


Jan 24, 2023

by Mark Wilson

Field trials can show you what works and what doesn’t work on your ground. Planning your trials and managing them throughout the season will help set your operation up for success. DIY Precision Farming Guide: Running Your Own On-Farm Field Trials will help you better understand why conducting on-fa