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  • Cross the Fence (Ralph Mark Jr.)

    Handy Devices

    Easy-to-build ideas make your work easier. Readers send in helpful solutions to farm and ranch problems.

  • A narrow-row corn crop gets hungry, and Wallis Farms uses sidedressing to meet the yield goals of each field. (Mary Ann Carter)

    Lessons of 20-Inch Rows

    Two decades of shaving row widths serves up lessons in Indiana.

  • Margaux Ascherl works to define functions where autonomy can replace monotonous tasks that are fatiguing or boring, and that take away from other operations requiring farmer engagement. (Provided by John Deere)

    Deere Automation Interview

    Deere looks to use autonomy to give managers time to focus on what matters most to them.

  • Bailey Family Farm of Xenia, Illinois, thrives on planting continuous soybeans. This year, soybeans make up 80 percent of the family's acres. (Cole Bailey)

    Crop Production

    Here are five tips to counter the challenges of growing soybeans after soybeans.

  • A commercial wind turbine, such as this one in northwest Iowa, takes about 0.5 to 1 acre of farmland out of production. (Progressive Farmer image by Matthew Putney)

    Farm With the Wind

    Opportunity and opposition accompany wind energy in rural America.

  • Stuart Sanderson says this Gator offers improved speed and handling. (Progressive Farmer image by Charles Seifried)

    Farm Workhorse

    Grower puts John Deere's new 2021 XUV835M Gator through its paces.

  • Post Tamper (Progressive Farmer image by Ralph Mark Jr.)

    Handy Devices

    Easy-to-build ideas make your work easier. Readers send in helpful solutions to farm and ranch problems