Antique Tractor

New vs. Used Tractors

Which is Best for Your Farm? Buying new equipment can be quite different from purchasing used equipment; however, there are many similarities as well. We discuss them both below. Why buy New Equipment? There are many reasons that when you are in the market for equipment, you should look to buying newer. Some of the reasons include: If you plan to keep the equipment for … Continue reading New vs. Used Tractors

Agricultural Education on Land

Ag Industry Adjusting Land Values Buyers  are wondering if now is a good time to make a purchase. At the same point in the market, sellers are asking if they should sell. Individual landowners and investors are scratching their heads to the land market and where it might go, so we outline a few regional areas and their value reports: Iowa Iowa saw less land … Continue reading Agricultural Education on Land

planter

Keys to Success on the Farm

Farming is a business that is always changing and most importantly, needs the most careful attention to detail to gain success. Young or old, every farmer could use a few tips to gain success on their own farm. We have outlined a few tips anyone could use during difficult times of the year. Plan Ahead  It’s essential to have a plan, especially in our farming … Continue reading Keys to Success on the Farm

AGCO Unveils the Fendt IDEAL Combine

2018 Canada Farm Progress Show AGCO Corporation introduced its new Fendt® IDEALTM combine to Prairie Province producers during the 2018 Canada Farm Progress Show. The introduction to producers, dealers and media was the combine’s first public appearance in North America. Robert Crain, senior vice president and general manager, says the IDEAL combine is part of the Fendt Family because Fendt products are the most productive and … Continue reading AGCO Unveils the Fendt IDEAL Combine

Tractor Updates from John Deere

Several Deere Updates for 2019 OLATHE, KANSAS – John Deere is announcing several updates for model year 2019 tractors. Large 9R, 9RT, and 9RX Tractor includes a mix of the latest technology and many new features.​ For the first time, John Deere is offering a 120-inch (3.05 m) track spacing option on 9470RX, 9520RX, 9570RX and 9620RX Series Four Track Ag Tractors These also come … Continue reading Tractor Updates from John Deere