2011 Major Machinery Introductions

December 14, 2011 07:13 AM

The following information is a Web Extra from the pages of Farm Journal. It corresponds with the article "Hot New Iron." You can find the article in Farm Journal's Decmeber issue.

Read the stories below to learn more about several of the major product introductions in 2011. Several contain videos showcasing the new technologies.


In early August, AGCO Corporation hosted its largest and most significant product launch in the company’s history, with 15 new machines.
With a $100 million investment, the Massey Ferguson 9500 Series Axial Combine is introduced as the company’s new global harvesting platform.
The John Deere S-Series Combines include five models: S550, S660, S670, S680 and S690, which is an all-new Class 9 machine.
Continuing to introduce machines that meet Tier 4 Interim requirements, launching a technical plan for meeting Tier 4 Final requirements and reinforcing its dealer network are top priorities for Case IH.
New Holland marks a milestone—the 50th anniversary of its self-propelled forage harvester—and rolls out new combines, harvesting platforms and four-wheel-drive tractors.

The 1526 Compact tractor from Massey Ferguson features 25 hp and can be matched with a 60" belly mower or L90 loader.
Buhler Industries is proud to introduce two new lines of tillage including offset disks, tandem disks, cultivators and chisel plows are now available through all Farm King and Versatile dealers.

Built as a one or two-pass vertical tillage tool, the Verti-Go is available in a 34’ width with additional models on the way.
With three new models, Mahindra USA expands its 10 Series of utility tractors.
Kinze’s forward-angled corner auger cart is the result of Jon Kinzenbaw thinking outside the box and externally mounting a 20" corner auger.

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