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"The day you realize that complaining will not get you anywhere, that will be the day your life will begin to look better."

Written in 2013 by E. Broome — Tennessee


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Kubota makes play for Canadian hay tools market
Grainews.com
Canadian hay growers in the market for new mowers, rakes or spreaders will see a new player on some dealer lots next year. The Canadian arm of Japanese ag equipment maker Kubota has announced it will launch a new line of Kubota-branded hay tools in Canada in 2014.
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Ingersoll Tillage Group to acquire majority controlling interest in Corporacion Patricio Echeverria

The Shareholders of North American Tillage Tools Co (doing business as Ingersoll Tillage Group (ITG)) and Corporacion Patricio Echeverria (CPE) are pleased to announce that an agreement has been reached where ITG will acquire the majority controlling interest in CPE. The transaction is expected to close in the coming weeks and is subject to normal Anti-trust and customary conditions precedent.
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Cybercrime takes bytes out of your business
Federated Insurance
"More than 74 million credit cards numbers stolen from TJ Maxx computers." Not only was this 2007 story one of the earliest massive cases of cyber liability, it helped build awareness for one of the great threats of the information age: thieves who touch nothing but a keyboard and mouse, and who take nothing but bytes of data.
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Think nobody wants to buy your business? Think again!
Federated Insurance
The landscape of potential buyers is changing. More and more big time investors are looking to buy into small and medium-sized businesses. How can you take advantage of these opportunities? If you're like many business owners looking to position their company for transition, you may not think outside buyers are looking for a business like yours.
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Brutus farm buggy has a front linkage and pto
Farmers Weekly Interactive
Farm buggies are getting cleverer and more versatile, with many of them now offering some form of linkage to widen their usefulness. U.S. maker Polaris is the latest firm to come up with something a bit different, in the form of a front lift and pto to operate implements on its strikingly-named Brutus model.
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Getting ready for new John Deere 2014 tractors
AgWired
With the new year will come newly redesigned John Deere tractors for 2014 that offer updates that farmers will really appreciate. Jarrod McGinnis, division manager of the 7 and 8 series tractors with John Deere, was talking about the new tractors during the National Association of Farm Broadcasting (NAFB) meeting in Kansas City. You might recall that Jarrod gave us a preview of the new rides back in August.
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Ontario's Delta Power acquires Jacobs Farm Equipment
Farm Equipment via AGCanada.com Network
A southwestern Ontario chain of Case IH and New Holland ag equipment dealerships has expanded its reach with a Case IH dealership in a town where it already sells the New Holland line. Delta Power Equipment, which operates Case IH dealerships at Exeter, Forest and Seaforth, ON, and New Holland shops at Essex and Watford, has bought Case IH dealer Jacobs Farm Equipment of Essex for an undisclosed sum.
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John Deere sprayers now present in eighty per cent of ag retailer fleets
MachineFinder News
Building upon year over year growth, John Deere sprayers are now present in the lots of 80 per cent of agriculture retailer fleets thanks to superior dealer service and new models. This is according to results of the 30th annual "CropLife 100" survey. Up until this year, John Deere sprayers had traditionally been present in the 70 per cent range of agriculture retailer fleets, but a 6 per cent improvement in 2013 propelled this number over the 80 per cent barrier.
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Mahindra announces new products
Farms.com
Mahindra USA, the number one selling tractor brand in the world based on volume, introduced eight new Tier IV compliant tractors to an enthusiastic welcome from the more than 1,000 attendees at its National Dealer Meeting. Here are the new Mahindra tractors to be available in January 2014 (the Max 24 will be available in December 2013).
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Think nobody wants to buy your business? Think again!
Federated Insurance
The landscape of potential buyers is changing. More and more big time investors are looking to buy into small and medium-sized businesses. How can you take advantage of these opportunities? If you're like many business owners looking to position their company for transition, you may not think outside buyers are looking for a business like yours.

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2 companies teaming up to tackle Monsanto
Precision Farming Dealer via Motley Fool
The modern-farming-practices race is getting another dose of steroids as DuPont and Deere collaborate on bringing advanced field-management technology to the farmer. By linking the agronomy software of the chemical giant's Pioneer seed division with the farm-equipment maker's wireless-data-transfer architecture, the two want to transform how farmers access data on grain moisture, historical yields, and nutrient deficiencies in their soil so they can know where, when, and how best to plant their seed.

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N.Y. investors buy Ontario tillage firm Salford
Grainews
Grown worldwide from its roots as a cultivator maker in southwestern Ontario, Salford Farm Machinery has now attracted Manhattan money. New York private equity firm GenNx360 Capital Partners, which bills itself as a backer of "middle-market industrial business-to-business" companies, announced that it's bought control of Salford for an undisclosed sum. Salford said its manufacture of primary tillage, secondary tillage, seeding and fertilizing equipment will continue "uninterrupted" from its existing base.

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Hyundai's new HL730-9A wheel loader features Tier 4 upgrades, larger cab
Equipment World
Hyundai Construction Equipment's latest addition to the company's wheel loader line, the HL 730-9A, boasts a number of improvements over the previous model, including a Tier 4 Interim engine upgrade. The 128-horsepower Cummins QSB4.5 engine is fuel efficient, low-noise and is electronically controlled for the optimum fuel to air ratio. The self-diagnostic system provides dependability, while the combination of a high pressure common rail system and advanced in-cylinder combustion increases power.
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The Case IH RB 565 baler offers various improvements
Real Agriculture
In case you haven't heard, there are a few new balers in town. We caught up with Cole Carling of Case IH at the Agri-Trade Exposition in Red Deer to talk about the RB 565 in particular. The baler comes in standard and premium models, with 4 and 5 bar pick-ups (respectively), an overshot feeder (to limit the chances of plugging), large swing doors, a new monitor system (or the ability to use ISOBUS monitoring system), net wrap front-loading and higher tensile strength belts.
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Amazone, coming to a country near you
The Western Producer
Amazone is not a common name in Canada, but the agricultural equipment company has plans to change that situation. The 130-year-old German company got its start in farm equipment by shipping its first product around the world, and that history has allowed it to pursue markets across the globe ever since.
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Researchers aim to develop drone nutrient scans
Precision Farming Dealer
A seven-year project that aimed to develop precision fertilizer applications for hill country has begun on a remote station in Western Waikato. Massey University professor in precision agriculture Ian Yule, along with 15 research staff, will use drones and light aircraft to scan the hill country at Limestone Downs Station near Port Waikato this week. The project is being done in partnership between fertilizer co-operative Ravensdown and the Government and was funded by the Primary Growth Partnership. The project's research partners are Massey University's Precision Agriculture Group and AgResearch.
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