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Brisk Morning Work By: 11/11/2013 @ 2:12pm

A farmer is applying anhydrous ammonia on a brisk morning.

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Sunset Harvest By: 11/11/2013 @ 2:08pm

A farmer prepares to finish a field with the last light of the day at his back.

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Planter InnovationsIn the past year we have seen dramatic advances in planter technology with electric-driven meters, multihybrid planters, and the end of the seed tube, to name a few. Click

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Department Store TractorsFor a time in the 1930s and well into the 1960s, farm machinery wasn't only available at a machinery dealer. With a quick trip down to your nearest department store, you could…

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Brazil's Soybean Crop Size is UncertainDue to a large flood that happened in northern Brazil, many are concerned about what that means for the crops that the country expects to harvest this season.

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All Around the Farm: Sprayer Tank FrameJon Liechty from Berne, Indiana, came up with a cost-effective way to kill two birds with one stone, so to speak. Jon designed a pallet system that houses the

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All Around the Farm: Stairwell StorageMany of us have basements with a large area of unused space. Here's a neat idea for utilizing that space – it may surprise you with its simplicity.

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Goodbye TopsoilHaving good soil biology is always a good thing. That's exactly what alfalfa does when you plant corn immediately after. The corn roots tend to follow the alfalfa roots to protect the…

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How to Improve Wheat YieldsEven just a little bit of phosphorus can do amazing things for your winter wheat. Steve Dvorak, an agronomist with Ducks Unlimited,

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NORSEMAN MODEL OBuilt by Norseman Products of Toronto, Ontario, the Norseman O (standard front axle) and N (row-crop version) was actually designed by Ostenberg Manufacturing of Salina, Kansas. The…

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ROCKOL B77The Rockol was spawn as a sideline to construction gear like so many other short-lived tractors produced after World War II. At this time many manufacturers turned their attention away from producing…

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VERSATILE D-100Versatile Manufacturing made history in 1966, not so much by introducing a four-wheel-drive tractor, but by producing such a tractor at a cheap price. At less than $10,000, the Versatile D100…

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WATERLOO BRONCO 100Veterans returning to their farms after World War II were convinced that mechanical horsepower was the way to go. Firms like the Ontario, Canada-based Waterloo Manufacturing Company…

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