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Growing up on a farm helped my sister-in-law learn to live independently despite having Down Syndrome.
These farms and ranches give adults with developmental disabilities a sense of purpose and community.
* Commission sees EU crop at relatively low 59 mln T
* Hungary crop expected to suffer after drought
* Irrigation to limit weather losses in Italy
* France set for high yields, Romania more mixed
SAO PAULO, Oct 6 (Reuters) - Brazil soybean planting on
Friday reached 5.6 percent of the total forecast area, according
to consultancy Safras & Mercado, well below the 10.4 percent
seen at this time last year as dry weather conditions for most
of September delayed field work.
Seeding was in line with a five-year average of 5.3 percent
for this time of the year in Brazil, Safras said.
The gap compared to last year is larger in the top-producing
state of Mato Grosso, in the center-west region, where farmers
The MT700 has been designed using AGCO’s AccuEngineering platform and features a new hood and grille, as well as a new engine, transmission, undercarriage, and hydraulics.
The first round of Tractor Brackets is in the books!
What's the greatest tractor of all-time? Successful Farming magazine Machinery Director and host of the Successful Farming Machinery Show Dave Mowitz has selected a group of 32 tractors that, for one reason or another, are among some of the "greatest" ever made. Now is your chance to help select the overall winner. Follow along and make your picks! Later this spring, we'll tally up all the votes and crown a winner of this year's group vying for the honor of Greatest Tractor of All-time!
Surprising harvest results & a chilly winter outlook highlight this week's big stories in ag.
European debt, the acreage battle & demand were all big market factors for the grains this week.
As farmers begin thinking about heading back into the fields, one question that was top of mind is stubble damage.