France is one of Europe’s largest agricultural nations. Its agricultural production is highly varied, ranging from wheat to wine, from rice to sugar beets. The two film-makers Jörn and Tammo Gläser have visited the country’s most interesting regions with their cameras at various times of year and in a three-part DVD series they present cutting-edge agricultural machinery set off against impressive landscapes. This second part begins with the cereal harvest and a visit to a large fodder drying company in Brittany, in the very north-west of France. The film shows a wide range of agricultural machines working in the field and takes you on a trip to other regions of France. One of the highlights is the wheat harvest with one of the world’s largest combine harvesters in front of the vineyards of Champagne, in addition to a visit to a dairy farm in the French-speaking province of Quebec in Canada.