A one of a kind Stealth Gleaner isn’t the only unique piece of equipment on this St. Henry farm. The Stucke brothers rely on each other for good input and good equipment.
Ty Higgins talks with Clark County farmer Greg Kaffenbarger on why he made the switch to liquid fertilizers and results he is seeing. Sponsored by Agro Culture Liquid Fertilizers.
We enjoyed spending time at the Von Stein Farm in Hancock County as part of Feeding Farmers in the Field. Dean, Dennis and their children were all buy in the field even with the very wet conditions.
Ty Higgins hopped in with Phil Viers in Delaware County for the last ride around a bean field that will yield a home improvement store in 2012.
A rainy day didn’t stop Dave Stucke from making harvest progress. Heather Hetterick rode with him to get an update on the muddy field conditions and the status of his corn crop.
Bill & Billy Poe of Poe Farms outside of Van Wert were the winner of week two of Feeding Farmers in the Field. They provide a harvest update and why they have a Steiger green semi…
In Marysville, Algaeventure is working on new technologies that use algae to make products like plastics, nutraceuticals, pharmaceuticals and possibly fuels. See how algae could be a nice compliment to much of Ohio agriculture.
Monday, Ty Higgins hopped in for a ride with John Davis in Union County as Davis and his hired hands worked on a 200+ acre soybean field.
Everett Farms located in Shelby County was the winner of week one of Feeding Farmers in the Field. They talked about the history of the farm, including how they just located and bought back their very first tractor, along with harvest progress and yields for the 2011 season.
Ty Higgins hit the roads of Delaware County to “chase dust” and has the first Cab Cam of the 2011 harvest season.