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2015 Precision Agriculture Conference closing panel
Farms.com
Exhibitors, attendees and other farming and agricultural enthusiasts filled the halls of the Best Western Lamplighter Inn for the 2015 Precision Agricultural Conference. For two days people were treated to a variety of speakers and breakout sessions where they could learn about the newest technologies available to improve the efficiency of their farming operations.
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The most popular heavy equipment and brands among excavating contractors in the last 5 years
Equipment World
What have excavating contractors been buying in the past five years? To get a clearer picture of the answer to this question, we delved into data provided by Equipment Data Associates, which tracks new and used financed buys.
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Deals on used farm equipment
Farm Industry News
A clear trend developing this year is the offering of Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) programs. These programs let you step into used tractors, combines and other farm equipment with some assurance that it won't break down, or, if it does, the dealerships will have you covered. Buyers can trade up to later model machines with newer technology and extended warranty.
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Slowdown takes root
Winnipeg Free Press
Canada's farm-equipment industry is suffering through sagging sales and job losses as low grain prices and dwindling exports take a chunk out of the farming trade. Manitoba's largest players aren't immune, either, with companies such as Macdon Industries and Buhler Industries laying people off and reducing work weeks.
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Funding available for planter dust deflectors; manure application mods
Real Agriculture
Farmers in the Lake Erie and Southeast Shores of Lake Huron watersheds may be eligible for two new funding programs administered by the Ontario Soil and Crop Improvement Association. The first initiative provides financial support to those who have installed or would like to install dust deflectors on pneumatic seeding equipment, with a 75 per cent cost-share option, up to $3,000 per farm business.
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Telematics-equipped Case, New Holland construction equipment will soon have satellite connectivity
Equipment World
CNH Industrial will update its construction telematics solutions with the ability to transmit machine data even when operating on jobsites outside of cellular networks. The company has reached an agreement with Iridium Communications, a global satellite communications provider to integrate Iridium's network into both Case SiteWatch and New Holland Fleet Force.
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New AEM leadership groups address product-specific issues
Association of Equipment Manufacturers
Among the major themes in our Association's 2015 goals is increasing member engagement. More than ever, we are reaching out to make members aware of AEM programs and services so they can use — and benefit from — their membership dollars.
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Tech illustrated: Electronic wastegate turbos
Farm Industry News
Finnish engine maker Sisu Diesel, acquired by Agco in the early 2000s, was one of the first companies to implement electronically controlled wastegates on engine turbochargers. An e-wastegate turbo is used to power the new 490- to 590-hp Challenger MT900 E series tractors. Wastegates as a category have been around for a long time. They control the level of boost provided by the turbochargers so that the engine doesn't stall out or rev too high, which burns up fuel.
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The evolution of brand purity in U.S. Farm Equipment Dealerships
Farm Equipment
The Evolution of Brand Purity in U.S. Farm Equipment Dealerships, authored by longtime industry sales distribution consultant Charles R. Glass, exclusively addresses this topic and the extent of the challenges dealers increasingly face. In describing the topic in practical terms, it will stimulate discussion for you and your dealer management teams on a topic with repercussions for both equipment dealers and manufacturers alike.
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Used heavy equipment values, auction sales fall in January
Equipment World Magazine
The Rouse Rental Report for January activity indicated an 0.9 per cent decrease to 46.2 per cent in orderly liquidation values (OLV) from December across the 14 rental categories the organization tracks monthly. The OLV figure is "a percentage of replacement cost for the average age of equipment sold within that category."
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The most popular heavy equipment and brands among excavating contractors in the last 5 years
Equipment World
What have excavating contractors been buying in the past five years? To get a clearer picture of the answer to this question, we delved into data provided by Equipment Data Associates, which tracks new and used financed buys.

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John Deere unveils its largest tractor ever at LAMMA
Irish Independent
John Deere used the LAMMA show in Nottingham to unveil their huge new 9R/9RT Series wheeled and tracked tractors for 2015. The new tractors feature more horsepower on all models and what the company is calling an "industry-leading hydraulic capacity."

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50th National Farm Machinery Show draws huge crowd
Farm Industry News
Attendance at the 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.

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Making strip tillage work
Real Agriculture
When Mark Muench was frustrated with the strip tillage tool options available to him, he decided to work with Salford to develop a new tool that would tackle the conditions on his farm near Ogden, Iowa. Over a decade of adjusting his soil management practices and equipment went in to getting strip tillage right on his farm, Muench says.
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Farms.com Ag Machinery Profile Series: Part IV
Farms.com
Farmers are always looking for new technology to implement on their farms to ensure their operation is as efficient as possible for the cost of the equipment (it isn't cheap) and of course to make their yield potentials as high as they possibly can. One of the most important pieces of equipment a farmer can have is their planter — the machine responsible for putting the seeds into the ground so farmers can grow their corn, wheat, soy and other crops during the year.
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