According to Kinze president Susanne Veatch, the testing of the 16-row model was successful enough to move up the introduction a growing season earlier.
Over the past week most of the U.S. experienced some, if not significant, rainfall. For farmers, it could mean planters are parked and all they can do is play the
Should you have healthy doubt about what you’re reading on your seed monitor? How often do you need to double check or recalibrate?
As farmers continue planting day after day to get as much done as possible, it puts more wear and tear on planter parts. Specifically, check planter hydraulic hoses to make
The weather is warming up and fields are drying out. That can only mean one thing -- planters will be rolling soon in the Midwest. Before it’s crunch time, make
Modern planters challenge the hydraulic and electric capabilities of tractors
Machinery Journal - March 2020