ICYMI farm news highlights | Monday, January 3, 2022
We’re kicking off the first full week of the new year, and there’s plenty of news to share. In case you missed it, here’s a recap of the latest weather and machinery coverage on Agriculture.com.
It may be a new year, but the weather pattern in Brazil isn’t changing. Dry weather will persist in southern Brazil to start 2022, according to experts at WeatherTrends360. Their data shows 2021 recorded the fifth wettest December in more than 30 years for the state of Mato Grosso, yet the seventh driest December in Rio Grande do Sul.
- READ MORE: New year, same weather for Brazil
Ford ended 2021 by unveiling a new lineup of trucks and SUVs at the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. The new products include the all-new Maverick pickup and more than 40 unique project vehicles created in collaboration with aftermarket customizers. New products editor summarizes some of the most eye-catching designs in his latest article.
- READ MORE: Custom Ford trucks get a little funky
Every week Ryan Roossinck highlights a piece or two of machinery headed to the auction block in his column, Interesting Iron. At the end of 2021, there were several notable pieces that sold, but didn’t get featured in his regular article. In a two-part series he gave these interesting trucks and tractors one more chance at the spotlight. Check out the muscled-up International Harvester 1586 that sold for $24,100 in Lucerne, Missouri, and the International Harvester 806 that brought $41,000 in Avoca, Iowa.