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Optimized welding, Horsch air carts and more
Farm Industry News
Miller offers a new welding system that makes auto repairs easy on things like truck beds; Curtis Industries introduces a cab system for John Deere compact tractors; Trimble unveils an onboard weighing solution for measuring and weighing hay bales and other livestock feed; a new company called Vivid Life Sciences has been formed for the creation of new plant technologies; and Horsch offers a new air cart with 750-bushel capacity.
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Movable floor on Biso's ultralight header designed to cut harvest losses
Real Agriculture
An Austrian-made combine header with an adjustable cutterbar for reducing shatter losses at harvest was recognized in the Innovation Showcase at Canada's Farm Progress Show recently. The Biso Ultralight 800, with its lightweight aluminum design and movable floor, received a Sterling Award at the show in Regina.
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New CaseIH Precision Air 5 series air cart
Farms.com
Introducing the new Precision Air 5 series air carts which offer superior air seeding, featuring patented downdraft metering; air valve controls at each meter, a wide-stance frame and single-or double-shoot distribution. Click READ MORE to watch the video.
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'Orange Shank' gives fixed-shank seeders row-by-row depth control
Real Agriculture
A farmer from Niverville, MB, has designed a product that can give older seeding equipment some of the seed placement precision of newer seeding technology. John Gehrer, who together with his wife Angelika also designed and sell the "Never Spill Spout" bin alarm, is now making what he calls the "Orange Shank." It was one of the entries in the Innovation Showcase at the 2015 Farm Progress Show in Regina.
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Celebrating 120 years by looking forward
Farm Industry News
Celebrating an anniversary is important in the life of a company, and for 2015 New Holland is taking the year to mark its 120th birthday. It's a grand time, as the company looks back on a history of innovation, the first successful bale knotter, the first discbine, the first self-propelled windrower, and the first rotary combine.
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Trimble announces S1100 onboard weighing solution for accurate livestock feed measurement
Farms.com
Trimble announced today the availability of the Trimble S1100 onboard weighing system offering farmers and ranchers a high-accuracy solution for measuring and weighing hay bales and other livestock feed handled using a tractor, forklift or skid steer. With highly accurate weight measurements available to the operator in the cab, farmers can better control the quantity and cost of hay bales and other livestock materials in their operations.
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Ontario's general farm groups all accredited for another 3 years
Better Farming
Ontario's three general farm groups received word two weeks after their re-accreditation hearings they've all been accredited for another three years. The Ontario Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs Appeal Tribunal released its written decisions informing all three groups that based on evidence they filed and the submissions they made at hearings in June, they all met "prescribed criteria for re-accreditation" as farm organizations.
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New AIM farm show hits mark
Western Producer
Heavy equipment hard at work burning diesel fuel and raising dust are what sets a new farm show apart from the carpet and concrete that characterize most Canadian agriculture events. The new farm show, which launched recently near Saskatoon, attracted more than 200 exhibitors.
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