Greg Peterson, A.K.A. Machinery Pete, has been following, analyzing, and commenting on the used equipment market for decades, and even he has to admit that 2022 was surprising. Just when you couldn’t think the used market of 2021 could be topped,  2022 came along and blew it out of the water, he says in the… Read More

In this episode of RealAg LIVE!, Greg “Machinery Pete” Peterson gives us the scoop on the used machinery markets in both Canada and the U.S., as well as pricing trends, and even gets in to the more psychological side of online auction sales. Tune in weekdays at 1 pm M/3 pm E on your favourite… Read More

While year-to-date numbers from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers have been weak in terms of new equipment sales numbers, especially for 4-wheel drive tractors and combines, the used equipment market has been strong. As the cost of new equipment has soared, used machinery — even something as old as 15 plus years — has become… Read More

The sun seems to be shining across the country for this wonderful Wednesday! To make your day even better, tune into RealAg Radio. On today’s show, you’ll hear: Top ag news stories of the day with host Shaun Haney; Paul Carolan, CEO of HALO, one of the air ambulance medevac services we have in southern… Read More

As harvest continued in many areas back home, RealAg was on the road this week. Bern Tobin and TWORA host Kelvin Heppner attended the US Farm Progress Show, where Case IH and New Holland unveiled autonomous concept tractors. On this week’s podcast, Kelvin is joined by Greg Peterson, aka “Machinery Pete,” for his thoughts on… Read More

It’s not like there aren’t enough things for farmers to do at this time of year, but anybody who farms in Canada can add answering questions for the Census of Agriculture to their must-do list for the month of May. Forms for Statistics Canada’s mandatory farm survey have started arriving in a little over 200,000… Read More

Got a minute? That’s about all it takes to start thinking about agvocating. You never know where your commitment will lead. That’s the word from Greg Peterson, the 23-year-old Internet phenom from the mid-Kansas PetersonFarm Brothers. Some of my University of Guelph agricultural communications students and I were lucky to spend time with Greg earlier… Read More

The Peterson Farm Bros became an internet sensation overnight, with the release of their first parody, “I’m Farming and I Grow It” on June 25, 2012. Within a week of its release, the video went viral, and while still in shock, they were flown to New York City and back for an appearance on Fox… Read More


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