In 1926, the John Deere No. 2 combine was released. In rapid succession, it was replaced with lighter, smaller machines.
The marketplace offers an ample fleet of late-model machinery being sold at historically low prices. Prices like these haven’t existed since the mid-1980s.
Opportunities to price out equipment to capitalize on depreciation deductions for this year abound as particular pieces of machinery are selling at historic low prices thanks to high inventories.
Learn the history behind John Deere horsepower as the company celebrates the 100th anniversary of green and yellow tractors.
The handyman – or woman – in your life will love to get these tools this holiday season!
The consensus among dealers and auctioneers is that a solid bottom has been reached in the recent downward decline in late-model machinery values.
This list of mechanic's tools includes an LED light reel, 55 1/2-ton shop press, digital torque wrench, and a mechanic's scope.
The same conditions that have kept the dealer asking prices suppressed for late-model tractors are also acting in your favor if you have been casting an eye at late-model fall tillage equipment.
The latest round of farm hacks include how to make your own spring-loaded pliers and tips for keeping tubes of caulk from drying out.
If your old shop air compressor appears to be wheezing its last or if it runs out of air in support of your growing pneumatic tool arsenal, a pump upgrade may be in your future.