Farm World

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Farm World is a weekly United States farming technology magazine that has been published 51 weeks a year, every Wednesday, since 1955[1] and is owned by MidCountry Media, Inc., who bought it from Daily Mail and General Trust in 2009. The magazine has its headquarters both in Indiana and Illinois.[2]

Farm World is a regional news and information source for farmers and agribusinesses in Indiana, Ohio, Illinois, Michigan, Kentucky and Tennessee.[1]

Farm World’s weekly features include:

  • regional classified ads
  • regional farm news
  • calendar of events
  • auction listings

In depth news articles cover a range of interests including:

Special sections focus on women’s features, recipes, auction and show reviews, farm safety, rural living, agricultural research and new farming technologies.


  1. ^ a b "Welcome to MidCountry Media, Inc.". MidCountry Media. Retrieved 22 November 2015. 
  2. ^ "Contact Us". Farm World. Retrieved 22 November 2015. 

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