Willie Vogt

Willie
Vogt
Executive Director, Content and User Engagement,
Penton Farm Progress Group

Willie Vogt has been covering agriculture for more than 34 years from his early days at a weekly farm paper to his current position at Penton Farm Progress Group where he oversees an editorial business that includes 24 magazines and more than 29 websites. He has had the good fortune to cover key developments in agricultural technology during his career.

Willie graduated from Iowa State University in 1980 and eventually ended up in Minnesota. He joined Farm Progress full time in 1996 as technology editor and became Editorial Director in 2004. And recently he was named Executive Director, Content and User Engagement, for the Penton Farm Progress Group.

Articles
Polaris rolls out new machines for 2015
We offer a first-look at several new machines from the utility vehicle maker, and a discussion of new features available for the 2015 line.
Recreational vehicle firm has ag history
Polaris didn't always build all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles and snowmobiles.
New Holland CR10.90 combine
New combine series launched by New Holland
For the 2015 harvest, producers will have a new line of yellow machines that capitalize on 40 years of the company's dual rotor design. Launch includes biggest New Holland combine ever introduced.
Scenes from a student tractor pull
The 2014 International Quarter Scale Tractor Student Design Competition drew a big group of teams that challenged ag engineers, and more, to meet real-world challenges.
Caterpillar D Series track loaders designed from scratch
Caterpillar starts from scratch to design new D Series machines.
New heavy duty pickup hits showrooms
The Chevrolet Silverado 2500HD and 3500HD make public debut, we share some key features.
Vertical tillage business expands with 3 new tools
Three companies roll out new tools for a market that continues to show strength.
Field event offers drone demos
The Precision Aerial Ag Show slated for Decatur, Ill., in July will offer you a chance to see many new tools in action.
Top 10 technologies for the farm
The face of farm technology is undergoing another major change. Sensors, power and even cloud computing will be enhanced in the future. Deploying these technologies will be important in the next decade.
Taking the pickup off road
Ram was the first to offer four-wheel drive to the consumer market after WWII with the Power Wagon. Check out the latest version of this off-roader.
Ag of the future: Tech changing genetic potential of crops
Companies are turning to biological approaches for boosting crop yields. The range of approaches is varied, from seed treatments to new sprays. Alliances bring more horsepower to product development efforts.
Crop tech, fertility converge for higher yields
Increasing sophistication of fertilizer appli-cation and use will be key as farmers work to boost yields and maximize their genetic investment, says Alan Blaylock, Agrium.
Open Standards Group Gets Rolling
Promised in January, Climate Corporation fires up the Open Ag Data Alliance with initial partners and a group leader from Purdue University.
Prepping sprayers for 2014: newest tech on the market
On-farm sprayers are gaining value due to crop protection, productivity improvement tasks. Maintaining your farm’s sprayer means working through numerous details. Look at key factors when considering an update or a trade for better performance.
Climate Corp, Monsanto lay out new data privacy policies
Data privacy is a growing concern, but companies are responding to the challenge. The American Farm Bureau Federation makes a statement about farmer data use. The Climate Corporation and Monsanto have set down new data privacy policies.

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