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  • The Ryse Recon aims to give farmers a revolutionary way to get around their farm with a 24-minute flight time and a top speed of 63 mph. (Joel Reichenberger)

    Farm Show Highlights

    The Ryse Recon aims to give farmers a revolutionary way to get around their farm with a 24-minute flight time and a top speed of 63 mph.

  • Case IH has introduced the industry's first autonomous spreader, managed by Raven Autonomy's guidance, perception and path-planning software. (Joel Reichenberger)

    Farm Show Highlights

    Case IH has introduced the industry's first autonomous spreader, managed by Raven Autonomy's guidance, perception and path-planning software.

  • Five sections allow the implement to better follow the contours of the ground. It will be the first Vaderstad implement built in the United States. (Joel Reichenberger)

    Farm Show Highlights

    The Swedish ag equipment manufacturer Vaderstad is increasing its American footprint starting with a 40-foot disc that folds in five sections.

  • Trailer Tongue Wheel (Illustration by Ray E. Watkins Jr.)

    Handy Devices

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

  • CLAAS 900 Axion Tractor (left) and CLAAS 740 Trion Combine (right) (Joel Reichenberger)

    Farm Show Highlights

    The CLAAS 900 Series Axion tractor and the 740 Trion combine have been operating in other markets, but the company says the machines are ready for the United States.

  • Deere's newest utility tractor line boasts a horsepower range of 75 to 130. Rear duals are optional on the 5130M for work on steeper and hilly terrain. (Provided by John Deere)

    Farm Show Highlights

    John Deere rolled out its model-year 2023 5M series with five utility tractors in early September 2022.

  • Brian Buford (left) provides value and service beyond just seed recommendations for farmers like Kevin Ross. (Gregg Hillyer)

    Seed Dealers More Important Than Ever

    As risks continue to rise in farming, growers rely on their dealer to provide more than just hybrids and varieties.