This combine sold last Saturday.
Trimble announced it has signed an agreement to acquire the privately held German-based Müller-Elektronik, which specializes in implement control and precision farming products.
With every part of an operation set on go, the farm shop is a critical switchboard of activity.
As wheat harvest gets into full swing, Machinery Pete says combine prices are on the rise.
In 1929, Allis-Chalmers started building the 1930 United. David Maddox of Hope, Mo. has the first one built in the second year.
Here are a few behind-the-scenes issues that sometimes "enhance" the final bill.
What’s the first move in determining if a new technology is worth investing in for your farming operation? Farm Journal field agronomist Ken Ferrie suggests dusting off your calculator.