There was a glimmer of hope that in-person farm shows would begin again in early 2021; however, the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) has officially been postponed until February 16 to 19, 2022. The organizers says that although it had initially pushed the show into March, the ongoing uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic has led show… Read More

Kentucky Venues is announcing the 56th annual National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) and 53rd annual Championship Tractor Pull will be shifted from the usual dates in February, to March 31 to April 3, 2021. Held annually at the Kentucky Exposition Centre, NFMS is the largest indoor farm show in the U.S., featuring 1.2 million square… Read More

RealAgriculture.com attended the National Farm Machinery Show for the first time last week.  We will definitely be attending again the future. We have a number of videos and interviews from the show in the coming weeks but until then here is all the photos that Shaun Haney took down in Louisville We think that you will… Read More

With strong farm commodity demand and high crop prices, confident farmers attending the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) at Louisville, Kentucky in February look to be eager to replace equipment and upgrade technology. In this interview from the floor of the NFMS, Kurt Coffey, Case IH vice president for North America, tells RealAgriculture’s Bernard Tobin that the Association… Read More

Based on historical trade data, Canada’s agricultural manufacturers could be among the businesses most affected by the federal government’s decision to cancel permits for exports to Russia as part of its package of sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine. On Thursday, Foreign Affairs Minister Mélanie Joly indicated the cancellation of export permits would affect approximately… Read More

Trimble has launched Virtual Farm, an interactive online platform for farmers across the world to immerse themselves in precision agriculture. Users walk through a digital farm in this online tool, and identify common challenges they encounter on a day-to-day basis. From there, farmers are directed to Trimble’s connected solutions for each challenge and are paired… Read More

Many of Canada’s smaller farm equipment manufacturers are at risk of being left in the cold by the main U.S.-based manufacturers if the Canadian government doesn’t change its intellectual property rules, say representatives from a Saskatchewan-based company that builds attachments for harvesting equipment. Honey Bee Manufacturing’s general manager, Jamie Pegg, and Scott Smith, manager of… Read More

Looking for the latest information on a leaf disease invading your farm fields? Want to know how fungicides recommended for control or suppression stack up? Farmers and crop advisors will find all this and more when they visit cropprotectionnetwork.org, says University of Kentucky plant pathologist Carl Bradley.  The Crop Protection Network (CPN) is a multi-state… Read More

 

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