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Great Plains unveils new 2015 equipment lineup
Farm Equipment
Great Plains isn’t buying into all the talk about a downturn in equipment sales, and the implement company is introducing four new products this year to show it. The products, two of which are new equipment categories for the company, were unveiled last week at a media preview in the KCI Expo Center in Kansas City. Dealers got their first look at them, too.
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Global demand for agricultural equipment to reach $208 billion
Farm Equipment
Global demand for agricultural equipment is forecast to expand 6.9 per cent annually through 2018 to $208 billion. Advances will be driven by the increasing mechanization of farming operations in developing countries, with particularly sizable gains anticipated in China, India and Brazil. Ongoing economic expansion, population growth and rising per capita calorie intake will boost food consumption.
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Case to move M Series dozer production to Iowa plant in $24 million expansion
Equipment World
Case Construction Equipment has announced that it plans to move production of its M Series crawler dozers to Burlington, IA, following an expansion of a plant there. The dozers are currently being made at a plant in Calhoun, GA. In late June, Case’s parent company CNH Industrial announced that the Calhoun plant would be closing in the third quarter of 2015. Up until now it was unclear where production of the M Series dozer would continue.
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N.B. farm-plated trucks may haul for other farmers
Country Guide
Farmers in New Brunswick driving farm-plated trucks will soon be able to use those vehicles to haul for farmers other than themselves. Public Safety Minister Bruce Northrup announced the province will tweak its Motor Vehicle Act to allow farm-plated vehicles to transport other farmers' products.
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Hypro Duo React nozzle adds spray versatility
Real Agriculture
One nozzle type rarely does all jobs well, and it’s tempting to find one or two general purpose nozzles and switch them out between jobs. Hypro has a better idea, and is rolling out its Duo React nozzle body that allows farmers to choose — automatically — up to three configurations from one nozzle body. As Ralph Walker, application specialist with Hypro, explains in this video from Canada’s Farm Progress Show, the Duo React nozzle body allows farmers to choose either the front, back or both nozzles, directly from the cab.
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Claas unveils new high-powered tractor
The Land
Northern NSW farmers will be the first in Australia to see the new Claas Xerion 5000, the German manufacturer’s first entry in the over 375kW (500-plus horsepower) tractor category. The new tractor will make its Australian debut at the Ag-Quip field days in Gunnedah, NSW. With permanent all-wheel drive, all-wheel steering, continuously variable transmission, cab suspension and advanced operating systems, the Xerion becomes the new flagship of the rapidly expanding Claas tractor range.
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Case IH presents the new Magnum CVX
Agri.EU
Since Magnum was launched onto the market in 1987, these tractors have been considered a benchmark worldwide when it comes to maximum traction, high engine power and reliability. More than 150,000 Magnum tractors have been produced since its introduction and are being used in arable regions throughout the world. Case IH will be revealing the 2015 model of this legendary tractor at the end of 2014.
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Lower-horsepower tractors generate big interest
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Having launched the 90-107hp 4-series and 143-175hp 6-series at the Grassland and Muck event, Landini distributor AgriArgo UK used the Royal Welsh Show to unveil the 111-131hp 6C-series tractors. The two Landini 6C models will replace the current Powermondial with a wider specification choice.
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New Holland CR10.90 via ZimmGlass
AgWired
Introducing the first and only New Holland CR10.90 combine in North America. For the moment anyway. This bad boy will be on display at shows like Farm Progress. It is a monster of a machine. This one was on display for ag media with a draper head. Telling us all about it is Nigel Mackenzie and he gets very whomped up when it comes to these machines. I put ZimmGlass through a workout during last week’s New Holland Media Day.
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Mitigating leaf burn: Streamer nozzles and dissolved urea
Field Crop News
Twenty-eight per cent has become the preferred nitrogen source on winter wheat in Ontario. Application is perfectly uniform, something that seems difficult to achieve with most urea applications. However, leaf burn is one of the main problems with 28 per cent applications, particularly at later stages of growth. With more emphasis on split nitrogen applications, and renewed interest in even later N applications on Hard Red Winter wheat for protein, leaf burn is becoming problematic.
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Case to move M Series dozer production to Iowa plant in $24 million expansion
Equipment World
Case Construction Equipment has announced that it plans to move production of its M Series crawler dozers to Burlington, IA, following an expansion of a plant there. The dozers are currently being made at a plant in Calhoun, GA. In late June, Case’s parent company CNH Industrial announced that the Calhoun plant would be closing in the third quarter of 2015. Up until now it was unclear where production of the M Series dozer would continue.

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The value of cab comfort
Real Agriculture
The evolution of farm machinery has occurred incredibly fast, with the first engine-powered tractors showing up in the mid 1800s. Driven by steam engines, these tractors were loud and, compared to today’s standards, far from comfortable. In the late 19th century, the first gasoline-powered tractor was built, no doubt impressing the farming community.

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CNH Industrial Inaugurates new Chinese ag equipment manufacturing complex
Farm Equipment
CNH Industrial inaugurated its new manufacturing complex built in the area of its previous assembly plant in Heilongjiang Province, China. The biggest agricultural equipment manufacturing facility in Northeast China, the complex extends over a total area of 400,000 square meters of which 116,000 are covered. The vertically integrated manufacturing complex features the latest technology in fabrication and two state-of-the-art painting facilities.

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John Deere announces Certified Pre-Owned Equipment program
Farms.com
Deere dealers to offer certified used machines that meet stringent quality inspections and requirements John Deere introduces a new Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) Equipment program to assist customers looking for field-ready used machines with the latest technology to increase overall productivity for their farm or business operation.
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John Deere launches new compact tractors
Agriland
John Deere has launched new mid-chassis 3R Series and large-chassis 4R Series compact tractors for 2014 to replace the previous 3020 and 4020 Series models. The four-wheel drive 3033R, 3038R, 3045R, 4049R and 4066R models feature powerful three- or four-cylinder Yanmar diesel engines from 33 to 66hp.
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