Machinery Pete tracks down the story on an amazing barn find, a 1983 Gleaner M3 combine in North Carolina that has never been used, only 8 engine hours on it. The combine is now for sale for $45,000
Cheater handles make a mere mortal mechanic into The Incredible Hulk
Corn might not lose as many acres to soybeans as observers had predicted, says Jerry Gulke of the Gulke Group in Chicago.
Sonny Perdue picks up key support in the meantime
It started as a handshake. One of our customers, a cattleman, hired someone to background his cattle on the strength of a handshake.
Think global but go local more than ever before, new policy paper says
Keep better notes in an easy-to-access device this season
Plan for succession before the need arises
When it comes to feeding your crop, you want nutrients readily available when they’re needed.
Tips for conventional and no-till seedbed establishment
Canola and row crop planter make a promising pair
Demand has been the real driver of the soybean complex, but is it stable or elastic demand?
Are voluntary efforts enough to satisfy nitrate reduction needs?
Differentiate fact and fiction as you plan your weed control strategy
Natural rubber crops are a possible market for U.S. agriculture
Every tractor tells a tale, and while traveling the country, Machinery Pete encounters numerous machinery stories.
I have to admit, I’m not one for reading labels. They’re boring and usually written in small type.
When I was a kid in the 1970s, watching TV after school, the phrase “slice and dice” meant one thing—the Ginsu knife infomercial.
On March 3, 1849, James Polk’s term as president ended.
A trailer stirs a cloud of dust as a trapper hauls a dozen wild pigs across the largest bison ranch in the Southeast.
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