The Xerion name may be familiar to North American Claas customers, but seeing the series on tracks might come as a surprise. The new offering, launched at Agritechnica this year, in Hanover, Germany, uses a crawler track system from Dutch manufacturer Zuidberg. The CAMSO tracks have a width of 30 inches, increasing the machine’s footprint… Read More

Unveiled for the first time at Agritechnica, Fendt’s new telehandler offers something of a view. The Cargo T955 — the first telehandler under the Fendt brand — features a lifting cab, with floor-to-ceiling visibility with its continuous windscreen. RealAgriculture’s coverage of Agritechnica 2019 is made possible by Brevant seeds. The latest technology, locally tested. Brevant seeds. Seed…. Read More

Canadian-based Endless Sky is looking to become an industrial-scale producer of hemp flower and hemp CBD extracts, controlling the process from seed to shelf, ultimately providing “natural health products free of solvents, pesticides or heavy metals.” “We started in 2018. We initially were in indoor growing, cultivating cannabis,” says CEO Travis George, adding that the… Read More

According to a Canadian veteran journalist, the days are numbered for the Leader of the Official Opposition. Long time journalist for the Globe and Mail John Ibbitson recently wrote that Conservative Party of Canada Leader Andrew Scheer “does not appear to be up to the challenge.” Scheer’s critics, including Ibbitson, argue a change in leadership… Read More

If there was one buzzword to sum up Agritechnica this year it was “electrification.” We’re not going full-steam into electric tractors, but electric drives on implements are gaining in popularity and interest. Raphael Zohner, with ZF Friedrichshafen AG, was on hand at the show to explain the capabilities of electric drives for implements. “You’re capable… Read More