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
Bringing bulk buying power to the farm
Getting a better deal on seed, fuel and other inputs often means buying in bulk and these days bulk also means bigger containers and carriers.
Ford Rolls out 2015 F-150
From a redesigned badge to key components from aluminum, the company makes a statement with its No. 1 selling vehicle.
Fertilizer products enhance application, precision 2
From carrying nutrients to the field, to getting them applied precisely, this range of products offers producers options.
2014 FinOvation Award winners 3
The 2014 FinOvation Award winners represent a wide variety of the latest innovations in agricultural equipment and services.
Perfecting carbon for spray booms 1
European company tackles the challenge of using lightweight materials for spray booms.
Rethinking farm tires
Company working to develop a tire that acts like a track.
Revisiting robotics 1
The future of farm robotics willcome in many shapes and sizes. Agribot prototype has potential to handle a range of processes. And Kongskilde’s prototype could have different power sources.
Tackling tillage for 2014
Vertical tillage, combination tillage and more
Biological future: living pest control tools 1
To expand control strategies, crop protection companies are turning to biologicals. Beneficial bacteria and other organisms can help avoid resistance issues. Formulation technology will be key for companies developing products.
Precision agriculture on display
Precision tools for 2014 1
Farm shows had their fair share of new precision tools for farmers to check out from tough phones to new storage choices.
More to biotech than transgenic breeding  4
Technique that alters targeted plant genetics is new path to improved plants.
Gift guide for the farmer that has it all
Your holiday gift guide for the farmer on your list.
New AgYield service for profit planning on the farm 
New service aims to bring profit mapping to your desktop.
Tackling a range of planting issues 1
Farm shows offered a look at new planting tools for 2014 and beyond, check out this batch from the fall events.
Guess That Tractor: Answers Revealed 6

At the Agritechnica farm show last week in Hanover, Germany, editors Willie Vogt and Mark Moore found a lot of different tractor models. Here we quiz your tractor brand IQ in our Guess That Tractor game! We posted the gallery of 19 tractors in black and white with their brand names blocked out on Facebook earlier this week. In this gallery, we give you the answers.

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