Fun Finds at the Farm Show
Enjoy some surprising and neat finds at the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show.
Virtual NFMS Show: Day 4 Slideshow
See day four at the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show.
New Fastrac Series
JCB releases 7000 Series
Versatile Compact Vehicle
Bobcat's Toolcat offers variety of options
Precision Technology Integration
Raven Industries' Cruizer
All-in-One Chisel And Finishing Tool
Kverneland simplifies ground preparation
National Farm Machinery Show TV
Check out the sights and sounds of the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show. You can watch all of the video coverage right here.
Stalk Chopping Technology
Geringhoff's Rota-Disk System
The Latest from Haybuster
Two tools include vertical mixer and grain processor
Virtual NFMS Show: Day 3 Slideshow
See day three at the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show.
High Capacity and Hydraulic Capabilities
Blazer's 2,000 bu. grain cart
Second Generation OnTrac
AutoFarm introduces next platform for universal auto-steering kits
Krause releases new model
Feedlot and Field Maintenance
Kuhn's New Equipment
Virtual NFMS Show: Day 2 Slideshow
See day two at the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show.
John Deere Stretches Planters to 120'
Big planter stretches the company's booth at National Farm Machinery Show
A Walk Down the 120' Planter
Rob Rippchen, division marketing manager at John Deere seed group, describes the new DB 120.
Trimble Provides More Precision Tools
At the National Farm Machinery Show, Trimble showcased several of their newly released precision planting tools. Listen in as company experts provide the new features for these products.
Transform from Two to Four and Back Again
Kubota RTV 1140 CPX Utility Vehicle Converts Passenger Capacity
Kubota's Deluxe Mid-Size Utility Tractors
M Series Spans Four Models
Industry Insight at National Farm Machinery Show
Listen in as Tom Evans, vice president of sales for Great Plains, discusses the trends he's been seeing during the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show, along with his company's new equipment.
Lexion Combine Farmer Testimonial
Joel Armistead, a farmer from Adairville, Ky., gives a farmer testimonial about his Lexion combine, a Lexion 570R.
The Economic Impact of the National Farm Machinery Show
Listen in as Harold Workman, president and CEO at the Kentucky Exposition Center, discusses the business side of the National Farm Machinery Show.
Updated Unverferth Grain Cart Scales
New models simplify process
Grain cart allows for easy transport
Budget Software Update
FBS improves LifeCycle
Case IH Steers Planter Trend
New Frame Design Introduces Features to Early Riser Line Up
Ag Leader Enters Planter Clutch Market
Electric clutches work with SeedCommand system for automated row unit shut off.
Virtual NFMS Show: Day 1 Slideshow
See day one at the 2009 National Farm Machinery Show.
An Inside Look at the Challenger MT800C Series
Check out the cab on this machine. At the National Farm Machinery Show, Challenger has on display a fleet of their recently released tractors. Take a look inside.
New Touch Screen Precision Equipment
A new precision agriculture guidance system is ready for your fingertips, thanks to Outback Guidance. The newly released Outback Sts offers a 7," high-definition touch screen.
AGCO Tractors Unveiled
Three brands boost four new models workhorses with advanced tractor technology.
NFMS Sneak Peek
Farm Journal Machinery Editor Margy Fischer provides some highlights of what will be on the floor at 2009 National Farm Machinery Show.
NFMS Events to Put on Your Calendar
View Farm Journal's booth schedule for the 2009 show.
See You at the National Farm Machinery Show
The 2009 National Farm Machinery Show is just around the corner. This year promises to be just as exciting as years past. Farm Journal Machinery Editor Margy Fischer provides he key information you need to know about the show.
February is the time of year to make a trip to Louisville, Ky., for the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS). Before heading out to the fields for planting, come see row after row of new iron at the 44th annual event from Feb. 11 to 14. As the largest indoor farm show in the country, this is definitely a show where you can kick some tires.