It’s National Dog Day! To celebrate our hard working animals, check out a few shots of Farmers across the country and their trusty companions hard at work.
Farm Credit is hitting the big one – the one hundred that is. As they turn 100 years old, they are searching for 100 leaders who are positively shaping what is next for rural communities and agriculture. Awesome right?! Check out below for the full description and how you can enter yourself or someone you know.
Do you know an individual or group of individuals whose leadership and vision is changing the future of agriculture and rural America for the better? If so, we want to hear from you! We’re searching for 100 leaders who are positively shaping what is next for rural communities and agriculture.
Whether the leader is a “farm kid” who speaks to youth in urban areas about the importance of agriculture; a business leader respected for commitment to their community and the thriving future of rural America; an agriculture educator who may have inspired thousands throughout the years; or a farmer or rancher dedicated to progress and innovation on their farm or ranch, we invite you to help us identify these dynamic visionaries. Please consider submitting a nomination today. Continue reading
A Rotary Disc Mower Designed to Keep You Cutting Even In the Toughest Crop Conditions
Cut faster, cut cleaner, and cut all day long – choosing a Pull-Type Rotary Mower for your operation just got easier with the introduction of the R1 Series by MacDon Industries Ltd.
The R113 and the R116 Pull Type Models have now been released and represent MacDon’s new generation of pull-type rotary disc mowers. The R1 Series Pull-Type has many advanced features and benefits: Continue reading
RealAgriculture.com recently shared some keys to farming success that are still true today and we just had to share! Check them out below and let us know if there are other keys that you still use today.
We all need some advice every now and then. Whether it’s been a rough day or a plain terrible day, or you just want some words of wisdom; we have compiled to best farming advice we’ve seen from Farmers to help when you need a little pick me up!
Kellie For Ag: Remember on your worst days, you’re not doing this for the money, you’re doing this because you love it. Everyone has a bad day at work. Sometimes Farmer’s do too.
Matt Smith: Trust the lord he’ll bring you through it all
Milan Djurdjevich: My neighbor once, “if you can’t help someone out what good are you. ” With that in mind I try to help someone with my time or advice so they can better from that situation. Also with Christ as my Savior you will get through it in good and bad times. I tell people that all the time.
Hampton Ammons: We’re not in control, and the one who is, doesn’t make mistakes…leave you’re worrying alone and deal with what was dealt
James Sample: When you find yourself in a hole, stop digging.
Tom Nelson: as hard as it is to do take time for family those fields will be there forever Continue reading