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Farm Journal: Mid-November 2011


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  • Celebration and Innovation
    11/12/2011
    New Holland marks its 50th anniversary of its self-propelled forage harvester by rolling out new combines, harvesting platforms and four-wheel-drive tractors.
  • Three-Mode Dryer Boosts On-Farm Efficiency
    11/12/2011
    Mathews Company introduces the Trilogy Series of low-profile dryers, featuring three interchangeable modes.
  • Firsthand Stories from Afghanistan
    11/12/2011
    Simple ag development efforts, such as improving small farmer output through training and access to center-pivot irrigation, are paying long-term dividends.
  • RTK Upgrade
    11/12/2011
    Leica Geosystems introduces the Leica mojoXact, a high-accuracy upgrade option for its mojo3D guidance display.
  • Rootworm Roundup
    11/12/2011
    The “bugbuster” is designed to catch wily adult western corn rootworm beetles.
  • Don't Dump Your Leftovers
    11/12/2011
    Andy LaVigne, president and CEO of the American Seed Trade Association, is reminding farmers that it is illegal to introduce treated seeds into the commodity grain supply.
  • Parallel Herbicide Universe
    11/12/2011
    New state-of-the-art formulation is one of the big benefits of using Parallel Plus herbicide.
  • Popular Stabilizer Sells
    11/12/2011
    This fall, Koch Agronomic Services LLC, a subsidiary of Koch Fertilizer LLC, completed an asset acquisition of Agrotain International.
  • $100 Ideas: Sleeper Cab Conversion
    11/12/2011
    To make spray season run smoothly, Darrell Waldner converted the sleeper unit in his semi truck into storage central for everything he needs in the field.
  • Mark Your Calendar for Wheat College
    11/12/2011
    If your wheat yields are good but you want to make them great, make plans to participate in one of two Farm Journal Wheat College seminars in early 2012.
  • New Ag Apps Available for iPad and iPhone Users
    11/12/2011
    There are three new apps that farmers might want to try out this winter before planting season gets underway next spring.
Mid-November 2011 Issue
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