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  • AGCO's high hopes for its Fendt tractor and Momentum planter combo has run head on into COVID-19. (Photo courtesy of AGCO)

    Machinery Manufacturer Engines Sputter

    Ag machinery manufacturers are suspending operations or closing plants around the world as the industry struggles to understand how to keep well-tuned factory floors open for business and their employees safe.

  • The auction will go on for Joe Nichols, of Seven Springs Farms in Cadiz, Kentucky. He's cutting back on machinery inventory to streamline operations. (Photo by Ashley Nichols)

    Online Machinery Sales Heat Up

    Joe Nichols didn't figure on a pandemic when he scheduled a sale to reduce his farm equipment inventory, but the show will still go on for this Kentucky farmer.

  • This 1949 Leader tractor was on display at the Branson Auto and Farm Museum in Branson, Missouri. (DTN photo Russ Quinn)

    Russ' Vintage Iron

    A Vintage Iron reader from Kentucky shares a story about his 1949 Model D Leader tractor.

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    Machinery Survey in Full Swing

    The Progressive Farmer Reader Insights survey has been professionally designed to measure growers' overall experience and satisfaction with the equipment lines powering the productivity of their farms and ranches. The first category to be surveyed is tractors.

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    PF Launches Machinery Survey

    The Progressive Farmer Reader Insights survey has been professionally designed to measure growers' overall experience and satisfaction with the equipment lines powering the productivity of their farm and ranch. The first category to...

  • There is little farmers can do this spring to prevent grain-quality problems in their bins. They should check the grain every week, monitor it for odors, take moisture samples off the top and stay out of their bins. (DTN/Progressive Farmer file photo)

    Alter Your Grain-Handling Practices

    This is the year for altering your grain-handling practices. If you are handling your grain this year as you have done in the past, you are making a serious mistake.

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