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5 game-changing ag technologies
Farm Industry News
Each year a gamut of new farm products make their way to the market, each trying to find its own niche of making the job of farming easier, more efficient, more profitable or just plain-old more exciting. But of those products, probably only a handful improve farming practices enough to make them truly "game changing."
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Machines communicating with each other in the field
Real Agriculture
You could say the day when tractors "talk" to each other in the field has arrived, as John Deere has expanded its field automation system to include coverage map and guidance line sharing between machines. New Machine Sync features recently unveiled build on the application's ability to link a combine with a grain cart to allow the combine operator to control tractor speed and cart location.
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Prairie manufacturers put to the test
Leader-Post
Agricultural equipment manufacturers in the Prairies are riding out a "perfect storm" of weak demand, low prices and a falling loonie that, paradoxically, is hurting more than helping companies that source much of their raw material and parts from the U.S. Last year, Canadian exports of farm equipment were down 38 per cent to $2.64 billion.
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Michelin's Ultraflex ag tires
Grainews
Today's ag tires may not be able to exactly match the reduced levels of compaction and floatation tracks offer, but Increased Flexion (IF) and Very High Flexion (VF) radial tires have narrowed the performance gap between tracks and tires considerably. IF tires are capable at operating at up to 20 per cent reduced air pressures and VF radials hit the 40 per cent inflation reduction mark when compared to standard radials.
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International participation looking strong for 2015 Agritechnica
Farm Industry News
Agritechnica 2015 is nine months away and the deadline for booking exhibition stands has now past. With over 2800 exhibitors expected, stands are now allocated and a strong international trend has emerged, with more than half of exhibitors hailing from outside Germany.
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Proper sized tires deliver powerto the ground
Western Producer
Now is a good time to do an inventory of farm implement tires to determine what needs to be replaced before the snow melts. There are a number of considerations, such as making sure tires aren't undersized, says James Crouch, manager of agricultural tires for Michelin.
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Electric drive available in Kinze's 3660 planters for 2016
Real Agriculture
Kinze has announced its electric drive metering system will be available in the 3660 12 row and 16 row planters for the spring of 2016. "The adoption rate of new technology and electronics in the agriculture industry is phenomenal," Susanne Veatch, Kinze's vice president and chief marketing officer, said in a release.
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Overcoming intimidation when it comes to precision ag
Farms.com
Huron Tractor partnered with Veritas because they could see that farmers had invested in topline equipment, but they were not getting the full potential of out the equipment they had. Huron Tractor felt they could help to bridge that gap. Together, Huron Tractor and Veritas aspire to help growers identify opportunities and help them take advantage of these opportunities.
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Kickin' Tires — Ep. 8: Pre-owned gets certified, T-shirt sales, and the question of Western Canadian precision
Real Agriculture
Hot on the heels of the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, three of the big equipment manufacturers rolled out spiffy new certified pre-owned equipment programs — what's all the fuss about? And is the extra shine and gloss of a certified sticker worth heading to the dealer vs. hanging out at auction.
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U.S. ag equipment exports drop in 2014
Agri-View
Exports of U.S.-made agricultural equipment ended 2014 with a 29.2 per cent drop compared to 2013, for a total of $8.51 billion shipped to global markets. All world regions recorded declines — double-digit except Central America. Leading the way were Asia, Europe and Canada, according to the Association of Equipment Manufacturers, citing U.S. Department of Commerce data used in global-markets reports for members.
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5 game-changing ag technologies
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The American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers gives Farm Industry News an exclusive, in-depth look at five of its 50 AE50 award winners that are changing how we farm.

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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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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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