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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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Biltmore: Ritzy Home, Real Farm

The largest private home ever built in the U.S. is also home to a thriving—and modern—agricultural operation.

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Farmer of the Year: Coming Out On Top

Produce and agritourism—as well as family and perseverance—make a winning combination at Strawberry Hill USA.

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Fighting Compaction: Tread Lightly

Check out this advice from the experts on reducing compaction, increasing yields and generally improving your bottom line.

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Educating the Public on Agriculture

The Kuehnerts are spreading the word about modern dairy agriculture through a new fall festival on their Indiana farm.

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Major Changes: The New Boom in Ag Education

A special report: Colleges of agriculture are reporting record admissions numbers across the U.S. and Canada. We sat down with a group of students and recent graduates to get their take.

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Ag School: A Day in the Life

Two agriculture school co-eds at Murray State University shoot a day-in-the-life video.

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Ag School Degrees Useless? Think Again

Students and experts react in retrospect to a 2012 Yahoo! article that listed agriculture as the most useless college major.

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Big Man on Campus

Dr. Tony Brannon helped create a nationally recognized school of agriculture by “building it on the ground and then standing it up.”

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