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Canada East Equipment Dealers' Association – Organizational Purpose and Mission

• The purpose of Canada East Equipment Dealers' Association is to promote and enhance the general welfare of retail equipment dealers primarily in the Province of Ontario and Maritime Provinces.

• Our mission is to promote and enhance the general welfare of our dealer members by providing a timely source of industry information, representing dealer interests in government regulation and legislation, enhancing dealer and employee education, supporting equitable dealer/manufacturer relations and offering specific business-related services which enhance the success and profitability of dealer members.


Quad-X spreader speeds up poultry bedding
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Quad-X has developed a range of poultry bedding spreaders, which it says will make poultry house bedding a one-man job. The spreader can be mounted on a tractor's rear linkage, a telehandler, tractor loader, skidsteer or forklift and various hopper capacities are available to suit the farm/shed size. Loading should be quick and simple, too — tilt the hopper forward on its tipping linkage to scoop a pile of bedding and then lift it back to its upright position ready for work.
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Ritchie Bros. sells over $104 million of equipment during auction
CNW Newswire
Ritchie Bros. Auctioneers sold more than $104 million of trucks and heavy equipment during a record breaking three-day unreserved public auction at its permanent auction site in Edmonton, Alberta last week, from April 24 - 26, 2013. Edmonton internet site records for most online bidders, online buyers and total gross auction proceeds from online bidders were all broken at the auction.
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New Cat C Series knuckleboom loaders boast fuel-efficient power systems
Farms.com
The new Cat C Series knuckleboom loaders from Caterpillar Forest Products feature fuel-efficient power systems, upgraded hydraulics and significantly more lift at full reach than previous models. The line includes the Cat 579C loader, best for big wood, clear cutting and severe delimbing applications, and the Cat 559C loader, ideal for working in pine, pulpwood and thinning.
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Titan looks at Russia, Ukraine for growth hints
Tire Review
An interesting note in Titan International's first quarter financial report shows that the U.S. agricultural segment is not as big as it may seem. Titan chairman and CEO Morry Taylor said he expects the North American farm segment to hold pace in 2013, with limited upward or downward movement compared to 2012. The South American market, however, will jump 10 per cent, Taylor expects, and "Russia and Ukraine will be a high growth opportunity for Titan over the next 10 years."
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MacDon reported seeking buyer via auction
GrainNews
Winnipeg's MacDon Industries is looking for a buyer in a deal that could fetch around $1 billion, four people familiar with the matter told Reuters. The family-owned company specializes in making pull-type and self-propelled windrowers and specialty and pick-up headers for combines. Its disc, auger and draper products are used to harvest cereals, oilseeds, grass seeds, rice, soybeans, hay, forage, peas, lupins and lentils.
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AGCO raises forecast on strong farm demand
Drovers CattleNetwork
AGCO, the maker of Massey Ferguson tractors, raised its full-year outlook after strong demand in the Americas helped push its first-quarter results above Wall Street estimates. The company, which also makes Challenger, Fendt and Valtra tractors, raised its per-share 2013 earnings forecast for 2013 to $5.50-$5.70 from $5.10-$5.35 and its sales forecast by $300 million to $10.5 billion to $10.7 billion.
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Fisher adds skid-steer snow plows
Lawn and Landscape
Fisher now offers its Xblade and HD Series snowplows for skid-steer loader applications. Equipped with a universal skid-steer mounting plate, the skid-steer's standard auxiliary hydraulics provides the power to angle the blades left or right. Available in 8- and 9-foot widths, Xblade units combine exclusive X-bracing with corrosion-resistant stainless steel moldboards for reliable, hi-performance plowing, and are available in 7'6", 8", 8'6" and 9" widths.
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John Deere takes on Chinese rivals with new loader
Mechanics Hub
U.S. manufacturer John Deere has rolled out a new, low-cost loader for the Russian market, where the rule of similar Chinese models has been virtually unchallenged. Low-end loaders typically sell for $80,000 in Russia, whereas high-end models cost at least triple that.

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New Holland 333 diesel tractor motors added for sale at DieselEngines.co
Digital Journal
The tractor industry has benefited from diesel engines similar to the automotive industry. Gasoline alternatives now play a role in the type of selections that buyers make when purchasing heavy-duty equipment.

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The business of UTV racing
Powersports Business
At the genesis of the UTV craze in 2003, when the Polaris Ranger and Yamaha Rhino were the pioneers of the segment, any gearhead worth his salt could feel the potential of these utility-meets-sport vehicles from behind the wheel.

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Doosan IIIB excavator improvements
Mechanics Hub
The new excavators meet Stage IIIB engine emission regulations through the use of exhaust gas recirculation (EGR) to reduce NOx and a diesel particulate filter (DPF) to cut particulate matter. The engine delivers 15 per cent more power and 11 per cent more torque than the previous Stage IIIA models. Factory tests indicate a reduction of up to 17.5 per cent in fuel consumption, depending on the operating mode selected and the work being undertaken.
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What is in the cards for tractors?
Western Producer
Tractors have been evolving since the first mobile farm power source was allowed to drive itself forward rather than be pulled by horses. The first power take-off units began showing up in the early 1920s on IHC tractors, augmenting drawbar and belt drives. Farmers and manufacturers have been finding ways to make more use of tractors ever since. Here's what changes to expect as the tractor continues to evolve.
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Rammer fills out product line
Equipment World
For carriers in the 43- to 80-ton class, Sandvik introduced at Bauma its Rammer 5011 hammer. The big unit is purpose-matched to applications and materials thanks to two working mode selectors. The long stroke setting breaks hard materials such as granite and steel- reinforced concrete. The short stroke setting puts out a higher blow frequency for softer materials like limestone. The Rammer 5011 weighs 10,470 pounds, fitting it between the company's 4099 and 7013 models in the lineup.
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