Jul 28, 2014
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What Are the Latest Machinery Auction Trends?

Find out from Machinery Pete. He's been researching and analyzing machinery auction prices for more than 20 years. MORE>

Minnesota Welder Builds John Deere Tractors with Care

Small-scale farmer Al Smith gets inspiration for his innovations while operating machinery on his brother-in-law's 3,000 acres. MORE>

New Holland Reintroduces Genesis Name

It’s the 20 year anniversary since the Genesis name was introduced by New Holland, and for model year 2014, the company is bringing back that name with the Genesis T8 Series tractor. MORE>

Find the Right Machinery for You

From tractors to trailers, our interactive buyers guide can help you compare features and pick the best equipment for your operation. MORE>

Retread Tires Help Farmers Outfit Trucks for Less

Pickup owners can save money and find quality by sourcing used rubber that has been upgraded and checked for safety. MORE>

Latest Machinery News

  • Progress as Promised on Multi-Hybrid Planters
    Kinze Manufacturing provides updates to work on its concept planter, which is expected to have limited production for the spring 2015 planting season.
  • Managing Your Nitrogen With Variable Rate Population
    Bill Bauer of B&M Crop Consulting demonstrates how population interacts with nitrogen management.
  • Early Diagnosis is Key
    Bill Bauer of B&M Crop Consulting discusses the importance of early diagnosis in your corn fields at one of this year's Corn College events.
  • Capture Yield In Full Circle
    In a perfect world—with ideal growing conditions—today’s seed corn genetics can produce a whopping 500 bu. per acre. With the average corn yield in 2013 at 158 bu. per acre, the question lingers: How do we capture the other 346 bu.?
  • The Science Behind Seed
    Technology advances corn and soybean quality
  • Safeguard Seed
    Tedious planter prep yields additional bushels

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Planter Innovations


Learn about the latest planter technology and read planting tips and tricks! Brought to you by Kinze.

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