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2007 New Holland TG305 tractor with 2,924 hours sold on a farm auction Friday (February 15, 2019) in southwest Ohio for the highest price in almost 4 years. Machinery Pete provides context by showing recent auction sale prices on TG305 tractors
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Machinery Pete reports on (3) White tractors sold on a farm auction today (February 16, 2019) in Canton, IL. Sale by Sullivan Auctioneers. A 1983 White 4-210 4WD tractor sold for the 2nd highest auction sale price in 16 years
There has been some drama in the cattle market lately because of the delay in USDA reporting, poor winter weather and trade uncertainties.
As farmers prepare to plant, some are sitting on old crop they've yet to sell. So, what do you need to know if you still have crop in the bin? Also, what should you be prepared to ask your banker during lending season?
With President’s Day on Monday, the grain markets face a three-day weekend. This normally means excitement for the markets.
Farm Journal PORK's editor Jennifer Shike heads out to her first mortality composting seminar.
The commodity markets had a bit of SAD this week, the seasonal affective disorder tied to lack of daylight and melatonin. The stock markets were full of sunshiny optimism, even ignoring a lousy retail sales report because they assumed (as we did) that there is some faulty data in there. Not so the g [...]
Farmers must have a goal of being a high-revenue and low-cost operation.
A North Carolina agriculture asset management firm has purchased Yakima Valley, Washington-based apple companies Legacy Fruit Packers, Valley Fruit and Larson Fruit Co.
This week, USDA sent a wave of confusion through farm country when the Office of the Chief Economist released the agency’s 2019 long-term farm income forecast data.
An increase in wild hog sightings in Kentucky and Tennessee has state wildlife agencies looking for new eradication methods.
President Trump ignited a new firestorm after signing a spending bill to keep the government open.
This tractor sold at a west-central Illinois farm auction.
Social media has been full of MEME and cartoons that are poking fun at the “farting cows” mention in the Green New Deal’s FAQ sheet.
A new KC Fed Ag Credit Survey says farmland values held steady in the fourth quarter last year.
Meteorologist Mike Hoffman says we've seen big changes in the drought monitor map over the last four weeks.
New dollar figures are in when it comes to the trade war.