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WHAT HAS BEEN THE BIGGEST CHALLENGE OF FARMING IN 2020?

The year 2020 has been filled with unique challenges. The coronavirus pandemic impacted farmers from coast to coast while specific weather events brought trouble to different regions. As they reflect on the growing season, the XtremeAg team of farmer
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MACHINERY DOWN TIME

Farmers expect weather to be challenging. They count on their machinery to perform when conditions are right to be in the field. For Kevin Matthews in North Carolina, equipment has been the source of many headaches through the 2020 growing season.
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Monarch introduces fully electric, driver-optional smart tractor

The platform combines mechanization, automation, and data analysis to enhance a farmer’s existing operations, alleviate labor shortages, and maximize yields.
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SPIKING COVID-19 CASES CAUSE RENEWED CONCERNS FOR ETHANOL INDUSTRY

Making a living raising cattle isn’t as simple as just buying a herd and turning it out on pasture. Cattle require a specific diet to maintain proper nutrition and weight gain. For the past 10 years, Jon Auten has used the co-product from ethano
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Modern Plowing

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Plowing Soil

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Cotton Farming

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