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"Edison failed 10,000 times before he made the electric light. Do not be discouraged if you fail a few times." -Napolean Hill


How will technology change farming?
Grist
Farmers are looking for information to help them grow more with fewer resources and less environmental impact. The "Internet of Things" — in the form of cheap sensors to measure water and soil composition — could help them do that. You'd have to work hard to make a breakthrough improvement on the smartphone at this point. But it's a lot easier to improve farms, since farmers are still using distinctly analog methods to understand what's going on in their fields — like burying blocks of gypsum in the ground to measure their soil moisture.
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CaseIH Precision Hoe 800 Air Drills
Farms.com
Here is an overview of the Case IH Precision Hoe 800 Air Drills. Click READ MORE to watch video!
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Shop tool innovations, John Deere partnership, free Norac installations and more
Farm Industry News
BinMaster comes out with a tilt switch for bins that provides high-level detection of powders and bulk solids; Stanley comes out with new levels; Agrian announces a partnership with John Deere; Norac offers free installations at a farm show this week; and Milwaukee Tools announces an innovative app that lets you track all your tools.
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AutoProbe expands independent grower-centric dealer network
AgProfessional
AutoProbe Technologies continues to grow its network of AutoProbe intensive sampling system providers and grower owners. AutoProbe Technologies has added distributors in key market areas and will be announcing additional dealers and service providers in the weeks leading up and into the 2015 sampling season.
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AGCO introduces the SOLO UAV Line
Farm Equipment
AGCO Corporation has announced the arrival of the SOLO AGCO EDITION Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV). Utilizing intuitive mission planning and cloud-based, high-resolution mapping software, the UAV is easy to use and can increase farmers' efficiency.
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Go, go gadget boom: Merlo extends its reach with the Turbofarmer 42.7
Real Agriculture
It seems telehandlers aren't just for industrial applications. Merlo's display at Ag in Motion near Saskatoon in July showed numerous agricultural applications for the machines, with the Turbofarmer 42.7 hitched to the front of a baler.
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Speciality tractors fit for fruity business
Farms.com
Haynes Agriculture recently showcased a range of small and specialist New Holland tractors at Fruit Focus. "We always enjoy exhibiting at Fruit Focus. We've been a long-standing supporter of the event and as a local dealer, we always see a lot of our customers," says General Sales Manager Jeremy Cloude.
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Horsch offers new air carts
Farm Industry News
The new SW750 air cart from Horsch LLC offers increased efficiency and versatility with its three-bin design and 750-bushel capacity. The SW750 comes standard with dual 710/70R38 tires, but can also be equipped with 36-inch tracks for higher flotation, decreased compaction and a lower horsepower requirement.
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Salford adds the I-4200 to its 'independent tillage series
Real Agriculture
Salford introduced two new vertical tillage units in June, just in time for Canada's Farm Progress Show: the I-2200 and the I-4200, both part of the "independent" series. The latter of the two, the hybrid I-4200, was also on display at Ag in Motion recently.
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