As high-capacity combines continue to increase in size to boost productivity and efficiency, road transport width is becoming the limiting factor in this development. This is seen especially on the running gear and the large contact areas that are necessary to protect the soil.
Before they bought the 40 acres for their Hannah’s Hill vineyard—and soon-to-be home, Jim and Ann Gardner had never owned a tractor. That they knew little about them—no problem. They just dove into ... Read More
As a fourth-generation Missouri farmer, Brian Ussary appreciates the very new and the very old when it comes to farm machinery. He’s got plenty of both. Whether state-of-the art machines or vintage ... Read More
Cranberry beds can last 50 years or more—which means that they’re generally replaced only once each generation. Randy Bennett, whose family has farmed cranberries in Wisconsin for more than 100 ... Read More