It’s About Uptime

With new programs in place to get the right parts on shelves and prevent downtime, AGCO Parts continues to improve how it serves its customers.

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One Step At A Time

This farmer approaches change at his own deliberate pace.

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Small Hay Operations Have Big Needs

With the cost of hay near record highs, more small-acreage farmers are cutting and baling themselves. Two farmers explain how they not only save money, but also how they produce a better-quality product.

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Fish Out Of Water: A Farm Turns From Catfish to Corn

For one innovative farm family, ponds that once raised catfish now grow corn.

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A Soft Landing for the Agricultural Economy

Most ag industry watchers think a belt-tightening is due, but the overall long-term outlook for the farm economy remains bright.

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The pungent roots, which belong to the cabbage family, are labor-intensive.

Horseradish Is A Crop With Punch

One of a dwindling number of horseradish growers in North America describes the back-breaking work and ponders the crop’s future.

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Seeds They Sow: The Potato Harvest in Maine

The seed potato business in Maine is still about kin, confidence and connecting directly to customers. Visit with Massey Ferguson enthusiast Bob Bartlett as he harvests seed potatoes on his farm in Aroostook County, Maine.

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Smoke Signals

Despite a few tough years and looming climate change, sugaring seems poised for even better times to come.

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Of and For the Future

Here in the hills of southern Indiana’s Dubois County, veteran farmer Dave Ring has ably combined the best of tradition and new technology to create a sustainable home and business for a fifth generation, and a budding sixth.

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Catching Air

This poultry farmer’s son is no chicken. He gained the confidence to fly because of his work in the barn, in the fields and behind the wheel of a tractor.

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