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Data collection, integrated systems are the changing face of farm equipment
Country Guide
The colours of agriculture are changing. Today a trade show is a patchwork — three shades of green, several types of red, the standard blue and even some yellow. But farmers aren't just looking at the colour of the paint when they shop for tractors and implements these days. According to Henry Holtmann, vice-chair of Dairy Farmers of Manitoba, rising input costs mean farmers are trying to be more efficient.
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50th National Farm Machinery Show draws huge crowd
Farm Industry News
Attendance at this month's National Farm Machinery Show has proven interest in new agricultural products and technology is growing. 310,589 attendees participated in the 2015 show in Louisville at the Kentucky Exposition Center. And the show celebrated its 50th anniversary.
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Land, equipment purchases on horizon for many farmers
Western Producer
Thirty-four per cent of farmers who reported sales of more than $1 million a year said they were somewhat likely to buy more land this year, while 47 per cent of farmers with sales of more than $2 million a year said they were somewhat likely to buy land and 83 per cent said they were at least somewhat comfortable making capital purchases.
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John Deere 1Q profit plummets 43 per cent as ag slowdown continues; further declines expected
Equipment World
In recent years, as the effects of the recession were hammering the construction industry and the profit margins of heavy equipment manufacturers, John Deere posted 15 straight quarters of record earnings on the strength of its farm equipment sales. And now, as construction is fighting its way back, a global slowdown in the agricultural sector has slashed the company's profitability despite improvements in construction equipment sales.
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CASE IH Farmall 100A series offers top-notch cab on no-frills tractor
Real Agriculture
Not every farmer needs a tractor with every available option — they just need one that fits all their needs. But does having a no-frills tractor mean you spend any less time in the cab or driver's seat? Of course not, and that's the inpiration behind the CASE IH 100A Farmall series tractor cab.
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Adjustable sprayer booms provide seeder harmony
Western Producer
Producers who don't look at their sprayer as an extension of their seeder might be throwing away a lot of money buying that big dream boom. That's the opinion of Ron Boyd, inventor and owner of BoydAg, one of the few North American manufacturers making adjustable aluminum spray booms.
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The latest from New Holland for 2015
Farms.com
For enthusiasts of dance music, they may be familiar with a song by Daft Punk called "Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger." Those four traits are also what farmers want out of their machinery. They want it to work harder, be better quality, work at a faster rate and be able to physically do more.
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Geringhoff Horizon Elite XL corn header offers dual options for stalk managment
Real Agriculture
A relatively new product for the North American market, Geringhoff's Horizon Elite XL corn header offers a rather unique feature — two stalk management options within one header. Real Agriculture's Shaun Haney caught up with Eric Quanbeck, national sales manager for Geringhoff, at Louisville's National Farm Machinery Show, to get a good look at how the Horizon header works and learn when and why you'd want two options.
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Buyers' market for farm equipment
Farm Industry News
With farm budgets tight and commodity prices down, 2015 is shaping up to buyers' market for farm equipment. At the 2015 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, KY, this month, all of the major OEMs, along with some short-line companies, had signs up advertising deals on new and used equipment.
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Data collection, integrated systems are the changing face of farm equipment
Country Guide
Farmers aren't just looking at the colour of the paint when they shop for tractors and implements these days. According to Henry Holtmann, vice-chair of Dairy Farmers of Manitoba, rising input costs mean farmers are trying to be more efficient.

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Kubota unveils new skid steer loader
TractorByNet
Kubota Tractor made a highly-anticipated product announcement at the World of Concrete tradeshow in Las Vegas, unveiling its new SSV-Series skid steer loaders, with two models to meet the needs of customers in the construction, rental and agriculture segments.

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5 reasons not to use your lawn tractor to plow snow
Consumer Reports
Anyone with a lawn tractor or riding mower who lives in a snowy region has likely pondered the notion of attaching a plow or snow blower to it, especially when the snow falls heavy and deep.

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Agriculture outlook
Western Producer
Farmers in Western Canada have a weakly optimistic view of the current farm economy and are even less positive about economic prospects over the next 12 months. However, a significant number of growers are still confident in their own ability to weather tough times on the farm and many are planning to increase their landholdings or make major capital purchases in the next year.
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Cleaner air filters, warm floors, simple guidance and more from NFMS
Farm Industry News
Take a look through more unique finds from National Farm Machinery Show earlier this month in Louisville, Ky. In this gallery, we offer up quite the variety of products, from an inexpensive air filter cleaner that helps with big cost savings to a new simplified guidance system for first-time users.
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