Jump into Spring with the new edition of AGCO’s FarmLife magazine

It's here! The Spring 2017 issue of FarmLife, the AGCO magazine for the U.S. and Canada. FarmLife covers topics that include agriculture and homesteading, featuring stories about innovative farmers and their families, the rural lifestyle, best practices, equipment updates...

Jump into Spring with the new edition of AGCO’s FarmLife magazine
April 16, 2017 by FarmLife

Jump into Spring with the new edition of AGCO’s FarmLife magazine

It's here! The Spring 2017 issue of FarmLife, the AGCO magazine for the U.S. and Canada. FarmLife covers topics that include agriculture and homesteading, featuring stories about innovative farmers and their families, the rural lifestyle, best practices, equipment updates...

It’s here! The Spring 2017 issue of FarmLife, the AGCO magazine for the U.S. and Canada. The magazine is published quarterly in two versions for each country—one for large operations and one for smaller farms, plus another version for French Canadian readers.

FarmLife covers topics that include agriculture and homesteading, featuring stories about innovative farmers and their families, the rural lifestyle, best practices, equipment updates and other advice readers can use in the field and at home.

Highlights from the Spring 2017 issue include:

Massey Ferguson 4700 Series: Bona Fide Workhorse Tractors
Echoing what we’re hearing from other very happy customers, Joey Wilson says his MF4710 is easy to use, has the power and weight to do huge jobs, and is extremely fuel-efficient. The South Carolina farmer and small-town mayor goes on to add that his new tractor does the work that other tractors in its class simply can NOT.

From Jungle to Farm
In the storied farming communities of the Mississippi Delta, AGCO customer Curtis Berry takes conservation seriously. Such stewardship not only makes his farm more profitable, but helps preserve it for the next generation. Using Challenger track tractors, he says, helps him lessen compaction and his impact on the land.

Stover Makeover
“We want to make sure that everything is a win for the farmer,” says Joe Luna, manager of business strategy for Pellet Technology USA. That’s why PTUSA is working with AGCO to supply its tractors and balers, as well as agronomic and logistical services, for a pioneering program that could make harvesting residue even more profitable for producers.

See these and all the Spring-issue stories, web-exclusive content, videos and more at myfarmlife.com.

For more information and to learn how to get a subscription to FarmLife, contact your local AGCO dealer.

Written By: Marilyn Cummins

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