Ag Expo

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NPR's John McChesney attended the world's largest agriculture expo for a tour of jumbo farm implements: a giant caterpillar tractor with red leather seats, a harvester that shakes grapes from the vine, and another that shakes almonds from the tree. These complex machines cost hundreds of thousands of dollars, but manufacturers say they save farmers labor costs.

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