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• The supplier has a warranty policy for Precision Farming Applications.
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Take a gulp and drive over the auger hopper
Real Agriculture
Whether you’re harvesting or hauling grain in the off-season, augers play a huge role in on-farm efficiency. Over the years we’ve seen the introduction of larger capacity augers, and the hoppers to match. Eventually, these hoppers were on wheels, able to easily swing right into place. Now, there are hoppers available to producers that can actually be driven over, saving time and increasing efficiency. One such auger, the Gulp, was featured at Canada’s Farm Progress Show.
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SDLG fills gap in wheel loader lineup with 3-cubic-yard LG948L
Equipment World
Responding to customer demand, SDLG has launched the 3.0-cubic-yard LG948L, designed for a range of construction applications. Alan Quinn, director of SDLG North America, says customers wanted a wheel loader with a capacity between the 2.4-cubic-yard LG938L and the 4.0-cubic-yard LG959. “The LG948L enables us to fill that gap. The 3-cubic-yard capacity hits the sweet spot.'"
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DuPont Pioneer launches Encira Yield
Farms.com
DuPont Pioneer is launching its new Encirca℠ Yield services platform and enrolling growers today to help them improve timing, placement and management of critical inputs to enhance the overall productivity and profitability of every acre. The Encirca Yield platform relies on several innovative enabling technologies that mimic crop production throughout the growing season. Strategic collaborations with eight U.S. land grant universities, the USDA and University of Missouri, and DTN/The Progressive Farmer are providing enhanced crop modeling, advanced soil mapping and hyper-local weather data to fuel the analytics featured in Encirca Yield.
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Arctic offers a unique design that ensures a clear lot in the first pass, without the additional cost of replowing or excessive salting. The individual moldboard design & mechanical side panels protect the operator, the pusher, the equipment and the property, while all snow and ice is removed more efficiently than any pusher on the market.
 


New Claas swather compact on the road and flexible in the field
Agriland
Along with many improved details, the new Claas Liner 3600, 800 and 700 swathers are characterised by their innovative ideas with regard to transport on the road and in the field. According to Claas the new four-rotor Liner 3600, which succeeds the Liner 3500, offers the customer the option of transporting the machine safely on the road without removing the tine arms, and has a transport height of less than 4.00 m.
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Fendt unveils a world-beater Vario tractor
Farm Weekly
German tractor manufacturer Fendt released its much-anticipated Fendt Vario 1000 Series tractors. It confirmed "traffic" on social media discussing pictures and videos of a Fendt 1000, ostensibly the flagship model 1050. The Fendt release confirmed the existence of the 1050 along with three other models which make up the 1000 Series.
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AGCO launches iPad app featuring application equipment lineup
Precision Farming Dealer
AGCO has launched a new iPad app that showcases the company's lineup of application equipment, offering an interactive, three-dimensional "walk-around" of the machines, downloadable product information, video content and much more. The free AGCO Global iPad App, which can be downloaded from the Apple iTunes Store, features the full family of RoGator self-propelled sprayers and TerraGator high-floatation spreaders operated by professional applicators and farmers.
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Pelting weeds with particles instead of spraying herbicides
Ag Professional
It takes real grit to control tenacious weeds. Although determination is an important attribute in farmers, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) agronomist Frank Forcella is counting on grit of another kind in his approach to battling weeds. In collaboration with university researchers, Forcella has devised a tractor-mounted system that uses compressed air to shred small annual weeds like common lambsquarters with high-speed particles of grit made from dried corn cobs.
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Take a gulp and drive over the auger hopper
Real Agriculture
Whether you’re harvesting or hauling grain in the off-season, augers play a huge role in on-farm efficiency. Over the years we’ve seen the introduction of larger capacity augers, and the hoppers to match. Eventually, these hoppers were on wheels, able to easily swing right into place. Now, there are hoppers available to producers that can actually be driven over, saving time and increasing efficiency. One such auger, the Gulp, was featured at Canada’s Farm Progress Show.

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John Deere customizable support solution eyes uptime and productivity
MachineFinder
John Deere recently announced the new Ultimate Uptime customizable customer support solution, which is intended to help customers become more efficient by maximizing productivity and uptime while keeping operating costs low. The Ultimate Uptime features John Deere’s ForestSight, which is a fully customizable support solution only available from John Deere dealers.

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Vermeer launches D20x22 S3 Navigator HDD
Equipment World
Handle demanding jobs on tight jobsites with Vermeer’s new D20x22 S3 Navigator HDD, which features a small footprint combined with large machine performance. Suitable for utility installation, the drill offers precision control combined with powerful performance in one unit. Compared to the previous D16X20 Series II Navigator HD, the D20x22 S3 12 percent more powerful thanks to a 74-horsepower Deutz engine, which delivers 19,550 pounds of thrust/pullback with 2,200 foot-pounds of torque.

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Varied range of new technology on show at Livestock Event
Farmers Guardian
A diverse range of new products, including some of the latest technology, for feeding, muck handling and producing forage crops, was on show at the Livestock Event. Trioliet introduced its latest automatic feeder, the Triomatic T30, which can feed up to 600 cows 12 times a day using a bunker system. The company suggests automated feeding little and often cuts labour, machinery maintenance and costs while promoting cow health.
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Watch what fuel you put into your lawn equipment
KSHB
Things are changing at our gas pumps and it’s going to affect your lawn equipment greatly. Toby Tobin shows you what you need to know. The new gas blends that are going to be coming into our area that contain 15 per cent ethanol are not to be used in our lawn and garden equipment. Now you need to be very careful in the gasoline that you purchase. You’ll be seeing warnings like this popping on gas pumps all over town in the coming weeks.
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