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The top five of 10 most significant new developments in agricultural machinery during the 19th century and the first half of the 20th, according to columnist Sam Moore.

Combined harvesters (combines to you and me) have been around as long as the reaper, with Hiram Moore building the first successful one in 1834 in Michigan.

Everyone loves shiny, new farm equipment, but it doesn’t always fit the budget. A cost/benefit analysis can help farmers determine if and when a potential equipment purchase pays.

Kubota Corporation has entered into an agreement to purchase Great Plains Manufacturing Inc., based in Salina, Kansas.

With profit margins tight this year, here are some ways to help control machinery costs.

Power Show Ohio will include the popular kiddie tractor pull on Jan. 30.

Years ago, I bought a big stack of American Thresherman magazines from 1924 through 1932. The paper was started by Bascom B. Clarke in 1898, to cater to the many professional thresherman in the country.

Farmers are jumping to the leasing arena because so many manufacturers, like John Deere, New Holland and Case IH, are offering aggressive leasing options.

Weakness in farm and construction equipment leads to decline in John Deere sales and earnings for year. 2016 forecast calls for sales decline of about 7 percent.

The Farm Science Review of 2015 has started. Let Farm and Dairy give you a glimpse of what is happening at the event.
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