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Precision agriculture’s latest push is autonomous tractors. Although the shift to automation will be gradual, it is coming nevertheless, and Ohio State professor Scott Shearer is on the cutting edge of advancing this technology.

Alan Guebert recalls some of his favorite tractor and farm equipment models from his youth.

Alan Guebert digs into the right-to-repair agreements between farm machinery manufacturers and the American Farm Bureau and what they mean for farmers.

The American Farm Bureau Federation and CNH Industrial brands Case IH and New Holland have signed a memorandum of understanding.

While the Monarch MK-V tractor won’t work for all farming operations, it could be a game changer as electrification and autonomous equipment technology continue to shape the landscape of farming

As electric vehicles become more commonplace and affordable, it begs the question when will electric tractors and other farm equipment become a reality in ag states like Ohio? Major manufacturers like John Deere and Kubota are working up prototypes, but there are still many challenges ahead.

Walker Wallace, a freshman Plymouth FFA member, details his experience restoring a 641 Ford tractor for his Supervised Agricultural Experience project.

Judith Sutherland recalls some stories about tractors she told to entertain her grandson.

When Chip Benton, an ag mechanic, was diagnosed with FTD-MND, he still had some tractors and other projects to finish. FTD-MND makes working on tractors difficult, so his children, Erica and JD, have been working as his hands and feet on the projects.

Sam Moore pens his last column, looking back on the very first Rusty Iron column he ever wrote in 1992.