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CLAAS lines up with new tractor ranges
Farm Weekly
CLAAS distributor Landpower Australia, will step up its market presence in WA this year. According to CLAAS tractors product manager Michael Allan, the company will continue a plan to roll out a broad range of tractor models covering most popular horsepower segments. Spearheading the WA program will be the Axion 900 series, which will propel CLAAS into the broadacre market with four models delivering between 239kW (320hp) and 306kW (410hp).
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New ISOBUS-ready preservative application system
Agriland
Harvest Tec has developed a new advanced Baler's Choice ISOBUS-ready moisture monitoring and automatic preservative application system, specifically designed for use with big square balers in hay and straw. The new Baler's Choice 600 Series system, which is exclusively marketed in by the Profitable Farming Company (PFC) that has an extensive network of dealers throughout the island of Ireland, provides operators with a flexibility and ease of use and being ISOBUS-ready, ensures full integration into the baler control system, it said.
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Leveraging technology in the showroom
Charter Software
When you think of reaching your customers online, you probably don't consider your actual showroom a place for customers to digitally peruse products. Why not? Providing the customer with a digital device empowers them with a "no-pressure" way to search your offerings, and can help you to increase sales, especially if your sales staff are busy assisting other customers.
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Lemken's Heliodor: Light, bright and fast
Real Agriculture
Lemken's Heliodor (a compact disc harrow designed to clean up plowed ground) has been manufactured in Europe for over a decade, and has recently been introduced to North America to help with residue management and seedbed preparation. With a three-point hitch linkage available in up to 6m (20') working widths, the Heliodor's relatively light-weight means it can work at high speeds with low power requirement.
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Case launches 355-hp 1221F, largest wheel loader in company's fleet
Equipment World
Case added to the F Series wheel loader lineup with the introduction of the 1221F, the largest model the company offers. With an 11.9-liter Tier 4 Interim engine that delivers up to 355 horsepower, the loader is designed for heavy earthmoving and loading applications, particularly in aggregate and mining operations. The 1221F has a 66,800-pound operating weight and offers a range of buckets from 6.3 to 7.8 cubic yards, and is available in standard Z-bar and extended reach configurations.
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JCB 'baby' set for September delivery
Farm Weekly
It was tagged the new baby Fastrac at last year's Agritechnica Show in Hanover, Germany. But the 4000 Series model, from British manufacturer JCB, is likely to grow up in a hurry when production starts later this year. According to JCB Australia national Fastrac product manager David Moselen, the 4000 is set to replace the 123kW (165hp) 2155 and the 133kW (178hp) 2170.
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John Deere joins $200 million push for next-generation electronics
TriplePundit
John Deere has been emerging as a player in the U.S. agriculture industry's transition to clean technology, and it looks like the company is going to be venturing way off the farm on its next endeavor. John Deere has just been named as one of 18 private sector partners in the new public-private Manufacturing Innovation Institute, launched as part of President Obama's initiatives to boost the U.S. manufacturing sector into next-generation technologies.
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New ISOBUS-ready preservative application system
Agriland
Harvest Tec has developed a new advanced Baler's Choice ISOBUS-ready moisture monitoring and automatic preservative application system, specifically designed for use with big square balers in hay and straw. The new Baler's Choice 600 Series system, which is exclusively marketed in by the Profitable Farming Company (PFC) that has an extensive network of dealers throughout the island of Ireland, provides operators with a flexibility and ease of use and being ISOBUS-ready, ensures full integration into the baler control system, it said.

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PFG rolls out new Versatiles
The Land
PFG Australia, the largest independent tractor and machinery importer in Australia, has kicked off 2014 with the release of a number of new Versatile tractor models onto the Australian market. The new range includes a front wheel assist series, several 4WD standard and large frame articulated models and the large frame articulated DeltaTrack series.

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New Holland offers 2014 speedrowers
Real Agriculture
New Holland is unveiling its new 2014 Speedrowers, replacing the H8000 series, including the 130, 200 and 240 models. The changes in the new series are wide-ranging, but not unlike most new models, there is a heavy focus on operator comfort and user-friendly features.

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Dawn Equipment launches DawnBIOLOGIC division
Farm Equipment
Dawn Equipment, an Illinois-based manufacturer of products for precision farming and reduced tillage agriculture, is pleased to announce the formation of a new division: DawnBIOLOGIC. This exciting division is devoted specifically to developing mechanical products aligned with the broader soil health movement. The family of DawnBIOLOGIC products will offer farmers a simplified means of adopting agronomic practices involving high levels of biodiversity and cover crops.
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Robots help to transform the future at Northumberland dairy farm
The Journal
The Baynes family have been farming at Marley Cote Walls near Slaley since the 1800s, but the business has undergone a technological transformation in the past few years, with robots now doing the work of humans. It's a far cry from a man sitting on a milking stool but Richard Baynes, who manages the dairy herd, is absolutely convinced of its benefits. The system has made a huge difference to his life and that of his brother Paul, who runs the dairy parlour, as well as their father David.
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Agrifac 12-row beet harvester doubles output
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Twelve-row beet harvesters — which first appeared 10 years ago but never quite caught on — are back on the menu and expected to give workrates a big boost. That's the opinion of Dutch beet harvester maker Agrifac, which showed a prototype machine this week at its two-day demo at Soham, Cambridgeshire.
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