Independent depth control is one of the features that makes Unverferth’s Raptor strip till tools a good fit for growers looking to create ideal seedbeds in the tillage system, the company says. At the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky, Unverferth’s Garrick Schroeder took RealAgriculture on a short tour of the Raptor. In this video,… Read More

Great Plains is expanding the capacity and efficiency of its BD7600 box drill lineup with the addition of a 50-foot model. Two years after the initial roll-out of the BD7600, the company is now offering its largest model size with several enhancements, including hydraulic drive with DrillCommand capabilities, an exclusive metering system, and a durable, field-tested design. Now… Read More

The Salford Group rolled out the latest model in its Halo tillage line at the National Farm Machinery Show last month at Louisville, Kentucky. The company is touting its latest innovation — the Halo VRT — as the agricultural industry’s first tillage implement capable of varying tillage intensity on a forward folding, narrow transport frame. Salford’s… Read More

Precision Planting, a company well known for innovative planting technologies, has set its sights on the sprayer market, revealing projects focused on improving the operation and data collection of sprayers. In January, the company announced it was working on three sprayer technologies it will be testing this summer and releasing over the next couple of years…. Read More

Sprayer technology is one of those things that we are really seeing a continuous evolution. Ag Leader’s RightSpot technology is no exception to that statement. Sam Wilson, technology sales specialist with Ag Leader, was on hand at the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky, to discuss a brand new sprayer system. “This allows you… Read More

Back in fall of 2019, Vermeer Corporation acquired Schuler Manufacturing to add to its hay tool offerings. Debuted for the first time at the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky, was a 600 cubic-foot-mixer — the VT 600 twin-screw vertical mixer. Kendra Davis, forage product marketing specialist with Vermeer, says the leading edge of… Read More

Growers can look for greater capacity and productivity from the new 2150S Early Riser front-fold trailing planter from Case IH. The company unveiled the new split-row configuration of the planter last week at the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky. With the arrival of the 2150S, Case IH has boosted planting capacity thanks to a 525-gallon fertilizer tank —… Read More

New 5M John Deere utility tractor offers more transmission optionsJohn Deere unveiled their 5125M utility tractor at the National Farm Machinery Show at Louisville, Kentucky. Brian Thorpe, manager of territory business at John Deere, was on hand to showcase the additional 5M series tractor, which brings the lineup range from 75hp to 125 hp. Equipped… Read More

Goodyear has new options for farmers looking for low sidewall (LSW) tires to fit scraper applications and flotation sprayers. At the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS), Titan International, Inc. announced an expansion of its R-1 tread design. In this interview, Scott Sloan, ag products manager for Titan and Goodyear farm tires, says the new Goodyear… Read More

IntelliDrive, the variable rate seed metering system, is expanding its Canadian footprint. The company, which uses 12-volt electric motors to control individual sections of seeding equipment to enable variable rate planting, initially focused its efforts on John Deere central commodity system drills. Two years ago, IntelliDrive made its first foray to Canada as an exhibitor… Read More

On the heels of releasing its new high-speed 4705 planter, Kinze is also offering upgrades for many of its other planters for the 2021 season. Kinze sales director Eric Broadbent explains that changes are coming for all planters designated by model numbers ending in “05.” In this interview last month at the National Farm Machinery… Read More

Agricultural attachment maker Danuser has simplified its popular auger system for easier farm fencing and barn construction application. At the National Farm Machinery Show last month, vice president Glenn Danuser explained that the company has condensed a wide selection of auger offerings to create its new EP Auger System, which will offer four different versions… Read More

 

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