Sampling Of Stories Featured in the Current Issue of FARM SHOW Magazine:
Free "Down Corn" Book Offers Help
Every year after summer storms move through farm
country, we start getting calls from readers whose corn
crop got knocked down. We normally send out a collection
of articles from past issues about down corn harvesting
equipment or ideas.
This year we decided to put a...[more]
Portable Band Saw Goes To The Woods
Pat Burrington says using his portable 3-pt. tractor-mounted bandsaw in the woods to cut firewood is a lot quieter and more efficient than running a chain saw. “With this rig, I can cut much smaller pieces into kindling and get more wood out of a downed tree. I can take a log or branch...[more]
First Case Gas Tractor Sells For $1.47 Million!
“I never in all my life thought I’d see a single tractor sell for nearly one-and-a-half million dollars, but that’s exactly what happened at Aumann’s Pre-30 Auction on April 29, 2022,” says Nelson Aumann, who founded the auction company that bears his family name. “The 1913 Case 30-60, the f...[more]
First-Of-Its-Kind Electric Planter
The desire to reduce the cost of farm equipment and environmental concerns led Dave Krog of Ames, Iowa, to become involved in the design and production of an electric planter.
As co-founder and CEO of Salin 247, he’s working to make this machine a reality fo...[more]
He Hauls Firewood With A Home-Built “CROK”
When Don Wiederhold wanted to build his own version of Deere’s Gator, he began with what he already had on hand, an International Model 109 Cub Cadet garden tractor and an old Gravely tilt box trailer.
“I assumed Gator was for alligator, so I decided to call mine ...[more]
Crowd Gate System Helps Separate Hogs
“Loading market hogs at our farm became safer and easier after we built a double crowd gate system inside our finishing barn,” says Iowa hog producer Dennis Backhaus. “For several years, we used metal crowd gates that two people held on to and moved forward by hand, but that became too dange...[more]