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• 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.


Front linkage option for high-powered Deeres
Mechanics Hub
Agricultural Services, sole U.K. distributor for La Forge, has announced the launch of a new front linkage, suitable for the largest John Deere tractors. Produced in close collaboration with John Deere, the GLHD6/9R PowerFold linkage can provide a 6,400kg lift capacity for tractors up to 560hp. With a lift range of 800mm, the linkage retains ground clearance and manoeuvrability of the base tractor, while assuring the strength and robustness required for heavy-duty operations, says the manufacturer.
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Mahindra & Mahindra lines up new tractors as competition heats up
Business Standard
Mumbai-based Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) is set to launch at least five tractors and ramp up production at a new facility this financial year. The company, which had a market share of 40 per cent as of April-end, said factors such as higher minimum support price and a healthy monsoon would enable the industry to record growth of six to eight per cent this financial year.
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Improve harvesting season with the JD 600F HydraFlex platforms
Farms.com
The age-old saying "You reap what you sow" typically refers to how we conduct ourselves, but, when taken literally, it means if you plant one type of seed, that is the type of plant that will grow. The JD 600F HydraFlex platforms are designed to ensure that once the seeds you've sown are ready for harvest, nothing gets left behind.
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Are you negotiation-ready?
Federated Insurance
We all negotiate every day. You negotiate when you decide with your spouse on a vacation destination. You negotiate with your employees when you schedule work and set priorities. You negotiate with your clients when you set prices and recommend services.
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Farmers adopting GPS technology for tractors
Ozarksfirst.com
Global Positioning Systems (GPS) similar to those found in many consumer vehicles are finding their way into farm machinery. Precision agriculture, the practice of applying GPS and mapping technologies to farming, is spreading in an effort to increase efficiency following the worst drought for generations. Consumer GPS units are generally accurate within 20-30 feet. Precision agriculture models can be accurate to approximately 6 inches. Some more advanced agriculture systems are accurate within 1/4th of an inch.
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Equipment can cut producers' water, fuel costs
Columbus Telegram
With spring planting nearly done and fuel prices climbing, it's a good time to consider installing ET gauges and soil water sensors. These tools will help you better manage your irrigation applications and ultimately save energy and water to protect natural resources without sacrificing yield. With the use of these instruments, producers are finding they can cut one or two passes with the pivot each year. The fuel savings alone pays for the cost of the installation of the soil moisture monitoring equipment.
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Seed Hawk plant expanding
Farm Equipment
Seed Hawk has announced plans to begin work on two separate expansions to their facility in Langbank, SK. In June, they will break ground on a 15,000 square foot addition to their manufacturing shop. Work on a second, larger 81,000 square foot addition to their manufacturing shop will begin in January 2014.
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Amazone ZA-TS fertiliser spreader improves accuracy
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Until recently, fertiliser spreaders cost a few thousand pounds and were one of the more primitive pieces of kit in the back of anyone's machinery shed. But times have changed — rudimentary pto drives have made way for fuel-efficient and whisper-quiet hydraulic power, meaning operators can now chuck fertiliser accurately across 54m.
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Tractor shoed like a 4WD
Farm Weekly
There has never been a story written about the engineers who make tractor engines. Not to my knowledge anyway. Ever since the do-gooders demanded less black smoke from the agricultural prime movers, trucks, et al, engineers have been quietly producing spectacular results in engine technology.

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Caterpillar's new 56 Tonne 836K landfill compactor
Mechanics Hub
Caterpillar has launched its 56 tonne 836K landfill compactor, the latest update to the 836 series which has been a staple for landfill operators for almost 20 years. According to the company the 419 kW (562 hp) machine offers improved fuel consumption thanks to its lock up torque converter, which also transfers more power to the ground, as well as its automatic engine and electrical system shutdown.

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John Deere launches loyalty rewards program
Equipment World
John Deere has launched a new rewards program that can mean sizable discounts, financing offers and other benefits for the company's loyal customers. GreenFleet Loyalty Rewards is meant to pay back customers who have purchased at least two qualified John Deere products.

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ArmaTrac — a new tractor brand for Northern Ireland
Farming Life
The coming months will see the launch of the ArmaTrac tractor brand in Northern Ireland. Manufactured by Erkunt Tractor Industry Inc in Turkey, the models on offer should be of interest to livestock farmers wanting a versatile tractor, capable of carrying out yard work, grassland management and feeding operations.
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U.S. firms Andersons, LTG to buy Thompsons
Grainews
A U.S. agriprocessing player and commodities merchandiser have paired up to buy a well-known name in southwestern Ontario grain and oilseed handling and ag inputs. The Andersons and Lansing Trade Group announced a joint-venture deal to buy Thompsons Ltd., to close early in the company's third fiscal quarter.
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