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Last month John Deere introduced a new, more powerful display for use in many farm vehicles, only the 4640 will be marketed in a new way: There will be an equipment price plus an annual software subscription.
Deere to Buy Company Specializing in Artificial Intelligence for Agriculture
New Holland Introduces Methane-Powered Concept Tractor
UAVs, airplanes and satellites give agriculture three distinct views of your fields. Which technologies are right for you?
Farm Groups Largely Agree With President Over Burdens of Estate Tax
USDA Audit Finds National Organic Program Had Few Controls to Monitor Imports
Instead of relying on imports, two dozen farmers in Ontario, BC, Quebec and Manitoba are growing about 150 acres of Chinese and Indian eggplant, and okra.
Canadians everywhere are rolling up their sleeves to nurture the insects that keep us fed through pollination.
Planting a low-priced crop twice is taking its toll on growers' morale.
Energy Information Administration data for the week-ended June 2 shows a drawdown in domestic fuel ethanol inventories while plant production and implied demand also dropped.
Watch for these corn diseases, nutrient deficiencies and standability issues in the coming months if your fields were submerged.
Today's hybrids utilize nitrogen more efficiently than older hybrids. Is it time to adjust your fertilizer program?
Signs indicate that the farm equipment industry finally has steadied after a recent near freefall and is heading upward.
John Deere introduced a number of new products at its recent media days event in Moline, Illinois.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Tuesday that pushes the EPA to repeal the Clean Power Plan and the Interior Department to open up leasing of federal lands for coal production. Still, parts of corporate America are pushing for more renewable energy.
Buy a generator that meets your operating needs when electrical service is interrupted.
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