ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Agweek TV: Summers Manufacturing

While the Upper Great Plains ag equipment market has struggled with lackluster commodity prices and drought, Summers Manufacturing of Devils Lake, N.D., has found some welcomed lift in foreign markets.

3516779+IMG_5575.JPG
A welder works at Summers Manufacturing. Photo taken July 11, 2017, at Devils Lake, N.D. (Forum News Service/Agweek/Mikkel Pates)

While the Upper Great Plains ag equipment market has struggled with lackluster commodity prices and drought, Summers Manufacturing of Devils Lake, N.D., has found some welcomed lift in foreign markets.

 

To read an Agweek Magazine feature on Summers Manufacturing, click here.

To watch the entire episode of Agweek TV, click here.

Related Topics: AGWEEKTV
What To Read Next
More people are turning to small, local egg producers as a sharp rise in conventionally farmed egg prices impacts the U.S. this winter.
This week on AgweekTV, we hear from Sen. John Hoeven on the farm bill. Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz puts ag in his budget. We reminisce with Mikkel Pates, and we learn about the origins of the skid-steer.
There's something about Red Angus that caught the eye of this Hitterdal, Minnesota, beef producer.
David Karki of SDSU underlined that planting cover crops like rye is not so much about big yield increases, but it will make the land more tolerant of fluctuations in weather.