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Spring auctions for trucks, farm equipment start strong
Grainews
After several years of robust sales of new equipment, the used equipment inventory across North America has grown a lot, because of all the trade ins and lease returns flowing back to dealers. Combine that fact with the current slowdown in demand for new machines, and many people in the equipment industry had been wondering where the auction sale market would pick up this season.
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Claas mower bars, high-tech pork monitoring, welding helmets and more
Farm Industry News
Kicking off the month of June, we offer five new products. First off is a new product being launched at World Pork Expo for high-tech pork production monitoring; and Miller has a new line of welding helmets; Claas introduces a newly designed mower cutter bar; Art's Way offers an improved grinder mixer; and Kuhn has a new line of mowers.
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Caterpillar intros MH3027 material handler with ground level, step-in cab riser
Equipment World
Caterpillar recently introduced the MH3027, the smallest of the company's new series of wheeled material handlers in the 25 metric ton size class. No doubt the most impressive feature of this machine is the optional step-in cab with ground level entry and exit. This patented system hydraulically raises the cab from the ground to improve safety for operators or service personnel, says Michael Condron, marketing consultant.
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Who controls agricultural policy in Ontario?
Western Producer
Ontario's debate over neonics is no longer about neonics. For months, Ontario farm groups and the provincial government, supported by environmental advocates, have publicly bickered over government regulations for neonicotinoid seed treatments.
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On track(s) to mitigating compaction concerns
Real Agriculture
Tractors seemed to keep getting bigger and wider, and when farmers started looking at triples, Case IH opened the gate to a four-track prototype tractor. And, says Case IH's Mitch Kaiser, producers loved it.
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Corn planter and speed
Farms.com
SUNUP returns to the North Central Research Station at Lahoma, where Randy Taylor has an overview of research on planter spacing and speed. Click READ MORE to watch the video.
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Who's handling your farm data? Keep an eye on this U.S. model
Grainews
We talk about environmental stewardship, land stewardship and animal stewardship in agriculture, but there's not a lot of discussion about data stewardship. And that's too bad because there are some good reasons to have control over who accesses our data.
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Salford unveils new tillage equipment; tackles new markets
Farm Industry News
Canadian farm equipment manufacturer Salford Group invited Farm Industry News and two media outlets from Canada to its headquarters in Salford, ON, recently for an exclusive preview of two models of vertical tillage equipment that will be released this fall. Farm Industry News also was given the opportunity to meet publically for the first time, with BBI Spreaders and Valmar Airflo, two fertilizer application and seeding equipment companies that Salford acquired over the last seven months to extend its product offerings.
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