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Combine Checkup: Steps to Ensure a Successful Harvest

Are you carefully checking up on your combine before harvest in order to reduce costs and keep harvest as timely as the weather allows?

Get Your Combine Harvest Ready

Whether you’re cutting corn, soybeans, wheat or other crops, every bushel matters when the combine hits the turn row.

Four Conditioning Tips for Superior Hay Quality

Proper hay conditioning is a key element in meeting crop cycle objectives. Do you know how to achieve superior conditioning results?

Gear Up Your Grain Cart

Performing preseason maintenance on grain carts can ensure that farmers have the most efficient harvest possible.

Bagged Hay Storage System Utilizes Air

When silage bags are used to store dry hay rather than corn silage or haylage, air becomes a friend, says Owen Brown.

Photo Gallery! Return of the Genesis

New Holland is bringing back the Genesis name for the T8 starting in 2014. Check out this photo gallery.

New global survey of ag equipment manufacturers points to optimism in market

Ag equipment manufacturers are optimistic about near-term business expectations in the majority of the world, according to the Agritech Business Barometer from the Agrievolution Alliance.

What to Look for When Buying a Planter

The importance of the planter and some tips for making your next planter buying decision.

Minnesota Farmer Changes His Farming With New Tillage Implement, Soil Warrior

A different perspective gives grower nudge to changing his tillage implement.

ISOBUS update

Getting different brands of farm implements and tractors to work with each other has long been a crapshoot on Midwest crop farms.