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6 Tours in Agriculture

AGCO Corporation/Intivity Center
Jackson, MN

Experience Intivity Center in Jackson, Minnesota. We’ve expanded our facilities and created a world-class visitor’s center in Jackson. We invite you to see some of the most advanced agricultural equipment made by a company with a long-standing commitment to farmer-focused innovation. Intivity Center and the AGCO facilities in Jackson are where premium tractors like Massey Ferguson®, Challenger® track and wheel tractors and application equipment like RoGator® and TerraGator® roll off the assembly line.

We offer a two hour tour of our manufacturing facility (roughly one and a half mile walk). This tour will take guests through our tractor and application ...
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Kinze Manufacturing, INC
Williamsburg, IA

Kinze Manufacturing's world headquarters, manufacturing facility, offices and training center span over 30 acres, located along Interstate 80, near Williamsburg, Iowa. The company receives five to seven semi-trailer loads of raw materials a day, including 35 million pounds of high-grade steel each year.

Unlike other equipment manufacturers who often assemble parts made from as far away as China, Kinze makes virtually all its planter and grain cart components. When Jon Kinzenbaw couldn't find a hydraulic cylinder that met his requirements for reliability, he simply started to make his own.

Inside the manufacturing plant, giant steel ...
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Lane Packing Company
Fort Valley, GA

Originally founded in 1908 by our great-grandfather John David Duke, the farm was named Diamond Fruit Farm. In addition, John David Duke owned a facility that manufactured basket liners and built a peach packinghouse in 1942 that was named J.D. Duke. In 1950 he changed the name of this business to Southern Orchard Supply Co. but business was taken over by his son-in-law David O. Lane, and grandson, Duke Lane, Sr. The farming name remained the same but the packing portion of the business became Lane Packing Company.

Following the retirement of his father, David O. Lane, Duke Lane, ...
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Musk Ox Farm
Palmer, AK

Situated in Palmer, Alaska, the Musk Ox Farm is a private non-profit organization dedicated to the development and domestication of the musk ox, Ovibos moschatus. Every year we host thousands of visitors who come to view the animals, learn about the project and take advantage of this unique opportunity to see and photograph one of the Arctic's oldest living species. For a truly Alaskan experience, come visit the farm and take an informative tour led by a knowledgeable guide. See tame cows, powerful bulls, and newborn calves that will make your heart melt.

The goal of the Musk Ox Project, ...
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Parkers Sugar House
Mason, NH

Our Sugar House is in full operation March and April every year. We make maple syrup the old fashioned way, with a wood fire. This gives the maple syrup a distinct flavor that you just don't get with an oil fire. Making maple syrup has been a family tradition here at Parker's for 3 decades.

During sugar season, one can sometimes find a wait to enter the restaurant but our sugar house offers full tours of the operation to help you pass the time. We will show you how the Native Americans made "Zinsibukwud" (maple sugar) by placing hot ...
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Redhead Creamery
Brooten, MN

Redhead Creamery and Jer-Lindy Farms is one of Minnesota's only farmstead creameries, milking 180 cows and making artisan Cheddar cheese right on the farm.


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