As the year winds down with Thanksgiving approaching, many producers are wondering what this could mean for the grain markets.
Nearly 400 years after the pilgrims made their exodus from England and made their way to North America, hoping for a better life.
Derek Gregson of Waterloo, Ill. has a John Deere 730. He isn’t sure when it was manufactured, but he knows where this classic iron is from.
As farmers are starting to think about seed for the 2018 season, Farm Journal field agronomist Ken Ferrie is reminding producers to keep a record of plants for the future.
Technology has come a long way in the last decade, let alone the last century.
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