Family and Farm Safety
Ag Students Learn about Personal Protection
AG 450 Farm at Iowa State
Chief Master Sergeant Bob Huttes: Adapting Military Equipment
Huttes uses his mechanical skills and knowledge of military equipment to get some heavy-duty, affordable equipment for the farm.equipment. And a lot of that equipment goes up for auctions on government liquidation dot com or whatever it is. And I've gotten some of that equipment over the years we have bought some of that
Captain Mike Nocton: No Fear
Like most aviators, Nocton did not fear death. He feared not carrying out his missions properly.
Finding the Right Career Path in Ag
Choosing a career in agriculture can be a daunting task. With a helpful adviser, Casey Brown, Alex and Katie Catron were able to plan a path of where to start their career in agriculture.up and agree it's mainly down here. Working in there for their operation corporation . You know they'd they have the cattle in the crops and when I started you know we're in the middle harvest. And
Show Bound: The Tusha Family
Follow Grace Tusha, a veteran showman, in her last year as she prepares for her final show in a year-long experience. With all the experience she has, there is one thing she couldn’t have done without: her family.
Looking Ahead at the Family Farm
Growers and dealers gathered in Moline, Illinois to learn how they could LEAD – Leading Economic and Agronomic Decisions. Topics covered included nutrient management, uniform emergence, and harvesting data. Manager of Customer and Channel Experience at John Deere, Stacey Pellett, talks about whattaking place at the producer level. And because it's very important for John Deere to continue to build our partnership with those customers. We need to be speaking the same language we do. It's just not
NFMS 2016: Grain Bin Safety Reminders
Product Development at GSI, Gary Woodruff, talks about some grain bin safety reminders at the National Farm Machinery Show.your local universities because. It's not the same thing in Louisiana is North Dakota it's different. So imagine you're talking to someone from your journal tell about the rules that you need to store that drain
The Importance of Agronomics and Economics on the Farm
Growers and dealers gathered in Moline, Illinois to learn how they could LEAD – Leading Economic and Agronomic Decisions. Topics covered included nutrient management, uniform emergence, and harvesting data. Customer Connection Projects Manager at John Deere, Laura Robson, discusses how farmerstalking about those economics and economics and how we can combine our John Deere equipment that provide the complete solution. For their farming operation. Of the key areas that we've been talking about here at the lead event. Are around some of the a hot topics that he loan industry what some of our farmers have talked about what we've seen. Out of social media as far asmake decisions or even formulate some of those decisions and obviously. The John Deere dealer is becoming more and more of an ethical role as a trusted advisor farming operations. So that's where it's really exciting
Show Bound Part 3: Coming to a Close
The Tusha family has progressed over the year showing cattle. Hear their thoughts about the year and looking back at the life-long journey of showing livestock.eaten them having winners and the time competitively as more than just county fairs . So we've we've progressively gone from. Market price as county fairs to move enough fine and as neither here nor there Hamlet enough here fining them something out in the country that will
Show Bound Part 2-The First Show
Part 2 of the Show Bound series as Grace begins to show at her first big event of the season: Beef Expo.