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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.


Arctic Cat plows ahead with farming implements
Powersports Business
Typically media demo rides in the ATV and side-by-side world are centered around dirt, mud, speed and pushing machines to their limits, and though the event Arctic Cat hosted in late July definitely had dirt, activities involved more plowing and digging than high-speed riding. The SPEEDPoint attachments, which are available for Arctic Cat's ATVs and Prowlers, aren't designed for the hardcore farmer, but they are ideal for food plot makers, landscapers and hobby farmers. Though that consumer base isn't large, Arctic Cat finds it an important segment to play in as a utility vehicle manufacturer.
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John Deere rolls out 8R series tractors
Pork Network
The evolution of John Deere's popular workhorse 8R Series Tractors continues in 2014 with the launch of six new wheel and three new track models, all with Final Tier 4 engines ranging in horsepower from 245 to 370. These new 2014 models integrate the latest technology to provide the utmost in power, comfort and performance for row-crop tractors in this class.
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New model in the AGCO TerraGator applicator line for 2014
Farm Industry News
The newest model in the AGCO TerraGator line of applicators was unveiled at this year's MAGIE Show. The TG9300B meets Tier 4 Final standards and is geared toward large farm operations. This is the largest model of AGCO's three-wheel fleet and will be available for the 2014 application season, even though it is a 2015 year model.
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Kuhn's Performer cultivator shows at Tillage-Live
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Kuhn's Performer single-pass cultivator was on show at last week's Tillage-Live event. It can be used in disc-only or tine-only mode. It comes in 4m and 5m working widths and consists of twin rows of discs working at 10cm depth, four rows of 35cm depth tines, levelling discs and a new 700mm diameter HD-Liner roller. The disc gangs function independently of each other and comprise 510mm diameter serrated discs, with 30 in total on the 4m model and 38 on the 5m machine.
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OPP offers safety tips when driving with farm vehicles
Shoreline Beacon
With area farmers starting to harvest their crops, the South Bruce Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) wants drivers to think about sharing the road with farm vehicles. An increasing number of farmers are operating from more than one site, which increases the amount of time that farm vehicles are on the road. The number of licensed drivers is also increasing each year which means there are more vehicles on the road. With farm vehicles travelling 30-40 km/h and motorists travelling 80 km/h, or more, on the same road, the South Bruce OPP is offering the following safety tips:
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Plowing match: Politicians descend on rural Ontario for farmers' Coachella
The Toronto Star
The biggest annual event in Ontario politics that most city folk have never heard of is celebrating its centenary this week. It's the International Plowing Match, a sort of Coachella-meets-Burning Man, for people who wear Hunter wellingtons because they work the muddy fields not because they want to look fashionable.
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Home News Local Antique farming equipment comes back to life at Aged Iron tractor and threshing show
The Ashland Daily Press
These days, farming has attained a level of sophistication that would have had Old MacDonald shaking his head in disbelief. Modern air-conditioned tractors with fully enclosed cabs, satellite radio and automatic power system. Global positioning satellite systems to ensure straight furrows. Modern harvesters that fully process crops like corn or small grains in a single sweep of the field.

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Utility tractors from Ransomes Jacobsen
Pitchcare
Ransomes Jacobsen has introduced the new range of Iseki TJA tractors comprising two models rated at 80 PS and 100 PS.

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Inflate, deflate tire pressure quickly from cab
The Western Producer
Soft low-pressure implement tires are best in the field. Harder higher pressure tires are best in transit. Can farmers have their cake and eat it, too? An Ontario producer thinks they can.

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New heavy-duty XUV Gators from John Deere
PitchCare.com
Reflecting the growing popularity of crossover utility vehicles, John Deere's latest heavy-duty Gator line-up features two new four-wheel drive models, the fast and powerful XUV 825i plus the four-passenger XUV 855D S4.
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With high-end & customized Ferrari tractors in the field, farmers in India report high yield
Economic Times
Anil Gote's latest Ferrari machine has boosted his status in Dhule, his political bastion in Maharashtra. It's not a super luxury car, but an Italian tractor under the famed Ferrari badge that has been quite a revelation in his lucrative mango and pomegranate orchards.
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New Hollands's P2080 Disc Drill focuses on longevity (Real Agriculture)
'JCB Diesel by Kohler' engines will power several JCB compact machines (Equipment World)
Close-up look at AGCO's newest addition to its White Planter line (Farm Industry News)
Ritchie Bros. to conduct 6 unreserved auctions (CNW)
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