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All segments returned to positive in U.S. ag tractor and combine unit sales, while Canadian harvesters and four-wheel-drive units fell according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).

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Kuhns Mfg., providing quality square bale-handling products for hay growers featuring hay accumulators, tie grabbers and standard grabbers, announced a company name and rebranding change to Norden Mfg.

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Overall ag tractor sales in the U.S. and Canada continued rising into January 2022, while combine harvesters slowed for the month according to the latest data from the Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM).

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Despite logistical challenges, U.S. exports of alfalfa hay set a new record high in 2021 at 2.86 million metric tons (MT), according to latest data from the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service.

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Native grasslands were once plentiful across what is now the U.S., including tens of millions of acres across eastern U.S. landscapes. The plow, exclusion of fire leading to forest succession and year-round, unmanaged grazing led to their gradual disappearance over the past two centuries.

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Agricultural producers and landowners can sign up soon for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), a cornerstone conservation program offered by the USDA and a key tool in the Biden-Harris administration effort to address climate change and achieve other natural resource benefits.

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