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Bad Policy Can Create An Unnatural Agriculture Disaster
Argentina is one of the world’s great breadbaskets. Unfortunately, the current government provides powerful incentives to pursue short-term gains at the price of long-term productivity and ultimately, soil health.
2013 Welding University Graduates
Three lucky farmers received all-expenses-paid trips to Miller Electric Mfg. Co. headquarters in Appleton, Wis.
1944 Oliver 70 with Raby Cab
This tractor was featured for the month of December in the Classic Farm Tractor Calendar.
1958 International 350 Utility
The mirror-like refelction of this handsom IH results from a mural on the factory wall in Rock Island, Ill., where millions of red tractors were manufactured in the 20th century.
1951 Minneapolis-Moline V and 1948 Avery V
Here’s a pair of rare, rare tractors—sort of like kissing cousins.
Show-Stopping 1953 Massey-Harris Mustang
This tractor was featured for the month of September in the Classic Farm Tractor Calendar.
Three farmers win a trip to Miller Welding University in Appleton, Wis.
1947 Co-Op Model E-3 Featured in a Presidential Campaign
This tractor was built in Canada by Cockshutt, and marketing by National Farm Machinery Cooperative. Its features included the first live PTO; a 2-3 plow size with 27.25 hp on the drawbar, 31.88 on the pulley; a compact 4 cyl. valve-in-head engine with wet sleeves; high stance for extra clearance in [...]
The 5-Millionth Tractor from IH
The 5-millionth tractor produced by International Harvester is the tractor featured for the month of July in the Classic Farm Tractor Calendar. On Feb. 1, 1974, IH became the first manufacturer to claim the production of five million tractors.
Analyze Root Growth Midseason
Head to the field with Missy Bauer in this episode of "Corn College TV."