agriculture

Superior Inc. - Partnering with Producers to Feed the World

Superior Inc. has been partnering with producers to feed the world for more than 36 years. As contractors for the past 36 years, we have erected many different brands of bins. Our teams of erectors act as in the field engineers giving feedback on what works best. We continually strive to improve day after day.

Farm Science Review to Break New Ground

Exhibitors and show-goers alike will Break New Ground at this year’s 51st annual Farm Science Review, reveling in the latest technology, equipment and innovations in the agriculture industry. “Last year for the 50th anniversary of the Farm Science Review, we celebrated the milestone by reflecting on the storied past and the rich history of the show,” said Chuck Gamble, Farm Science Review Manager. “This year, we’re focusing on the future of our industry and how we can better prepare farmers for the opportunities and challenges ahead.”

 

Hereford Breed

The Hereford has long been the icon of the cattle industry. Their breeding is seeped in tradition and has steadfast supporters. Large framed, red bodies with their trademark white faces, Herefords populate cattle pastures the whole world over. One would be hard pressed to find a more resilient and overall outstanding breed of beef cattle, which has so thoroughly conquered the beef business.
 
Of British origin, the Hereford evolved from the native red cattle of western England. These early animals were much larger than their easier fleshing, modern counterparts. Always a hardy breed they were able to efficiently convert grazing into body mass making them exceedingly popular in their region and attractive to all cattlemen.
 

New Kuhn Gyrorake

Kuhn North America, Inc., of Brodhead, Wisconsin, is excited to announce the release of a new Gyrorake, the GA 8121. This new model is well suited for farm operations that bale large quantities of dry hay and are looking for larger working widths of 24’ 3” to 26’ 3”.
 

FFA – Past, Present and Future

On May 3, 2010, National FFA Advisor Dr. Larry Case announced he will retire at the end of the year. Case has been a fixture at national FFA conventions and in the world of agricultural education since his appointment as National FFA Advisor and Program Specialist for the U.S. Department of Education in 1984. A former FFA member from Stet, Missouri, Case started his career as an agriculture teacher in 1966. When he says farewell on Jan. 1, 2011, his last day with FFA, he will have devoted 45 years of his life to agricultural education. We asked Case to give us his viewpoint on the past, present and future of FFA and how he envisions the future of farming.
 

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