The tractors and forage harvesters were lined up like race cars for their impending competition. Hundreds of people were gathering nearby to glean what knowledge they could from the field. The Southern Appalachians created the peaceful backdrop for a first-of-its kind event linking farmers with scientists with business leaders. As if farming wasn't already big business, this new way of growing profits is sure to require the biggest and best tools available. This week at FlourSackMama.com
: meet an award-winning farmer who's preserving the family estate by embracing bold new technologies. Plus, find out how the farm of the future might fuel your day.