Ag Equipment

A grain management specialist with Iowa State University recommends producers keep a close eye on bin management in warmer weather to mitigate grade damage and more.
Livestock producers are increasingly turning their attention to grazing management as a key strategy for optimizing production.
CEO and Co-founder Andrew Coppin spoke with RFD-TV’s own Suzanne Alexander to learn more about RanchBot’s remote water monitoring technology.
John Deere representative Kaylene Ballesteros took RanchHer host, Janie Johnson, on a tour of the company’s exciting, new offerings at NCBA CattleCon in Orlando.
Properly caring for farm machinery as this winter produces more challenging conditions than normal requires proactive maintenance by producers, according to a machinery expert from T&H Custom Ag.
A father and son team in Nebraska has built a robot to keep producers safe from the sudden dangers of grain bins.
A farm business management instructor from northwest Minnesota is advising that farmers need to have a marketing plan in place for both their stored grain and oilseeds.
Johnny Scott, a dedicated 4-H volunteer instructor, epitomizes this synergy as he shares his love for teaching shooting sports.
Trimble’s Product Manager Alex Ngu joined us Thursday on the Market Day Report for a deeper dive over what the technology is and how it can best serve farmers.
Beekeepers across the nation face a common challenge during winter—helping bee colonies survive the harsh conditions. Now, a new product developed by an innovated apiarist is changing the game. Enter, the Hive Hugger.
The Farm Monitor‘s John Holcomb reports on the debut of antique and garden tractors at the Sunbelt Ag Expo in Moultrie, Georgia.
Shaun Haney, host of Rural Radio Channel 147’s Real Ag Radio, joined us Friday on Market Day Report with an update on the important vote involving the use of ag machinery in Canada.
Author Lee Klancher joined RFD-TV’s Market Day Report to discuss a new, special edition version of his book, “Farmall Century” hitting the shelves in honor of the iconic tractor’s major milestone and impact on the ag industry over the last century.
The U.S. District Court in Central Illinois is considering several motions filed by John Deere, including the company’s request for the court to rule on the case against the company before a trial is held.
Trimble Ag’s Vice President of Product Management Dave Britton joined us Thursday on the Market Day Report to further discuss the venture and how farmers and dealers will benefit.
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System (ACES) shows us how spray drones are making a difference for farmers in the region as well as the overall advancements made in these types of machinery since hitting the market.
California AgNet introduces us to a fifth-generation grape and nut grower who took matters into her own hands to install an on-farm groundwater recharge basin.
Experts say farmers suffered $10.2 billion in financial losses due to cyber-attacks in 2022.
Prairie View Farms installed approximately 414 solar panels and anticipates a return on investment in five years.
Richmond Brothers Equipment sells sugar beet harvesting parts, in-house tillage tools, and other Michigan-made equipment all over the United States.