The Challenger MT800C Series is a high-horsepower track tractor that can be configured to accommodate row-crop work for pulling large tillage tools and air seeding equipment. The MT835C model shown is powered by a Cat C15ACERT engine with 410 engine hp and 335 PTO hp. The MT800C Series features the Mobil-trac undercarriage system, the Tractor Management Center with controls at the operator’s fingertips, and a spacious climate-controlled cab.
The 3320-86 Paralink Hoe Drill (PHD) is the latest product release from Bourgault Industries. The 86-ft. drill will cover 50 acres in an hour at 5 mph. When matched with the Bourgault 7950 air seeder, a quarter section may be covered in four hours. The 3320 features a high flotation mainframe running gear and steering system. A hydraulically assisted wagon-style steering design is incorporated into the implement for safe and predictable tracking behind the tractor.
Claas corn heads are available in a range of sizes, 6 to 16 rows, and now the new 18-row option. A broad range of row spacing sizes are also available: 20-, 22-, 30-, 36- and 38-inch.
The John Deere DB60 planter features a Central Commodity System, improved pneumatic downforce system, SeedStar XP Monitoring system, along with many options.
The Landoll 9600 field cultivator is designed as a finishing tool for a seedbed preparation, weed control and chemical incorporation.
The Landoll 9650 Field Cultivator features a 50½ -ft. working width, a transport width of 17 ft. 4 in., and 101 shanks. It is designed to handle heavy residue with ease.
The New Holland 580-bu. P1070 air cart is designed for large operations for applying large volumes of seed and fertilizer. It features three tanks with capacities of 135 bu., 183 bu. and 262 bu. Air velocity sensors monitor air flow from each tank. Variable rate metering may be set from the tractor cab.
The Soucy Group offers a wide range of tracks for farm equipment from combines to utility vehicles. The track systems for combines provide more than three times more ground surface area than dual wheels provide.
The Sunflower 1544 disc harrow is designed to handle tough soil and heavy residue. The 42- or 44-ft.-wide implement is supported by eight tires on four sets of walking tandems on the ground during transport. In the field, its independent four-section flexibility enables the machine to conform to uneven ground conditions and provide protection against rock damage. Each section is able to flex from side-to-side and front-to-rear.
Superior, Inc., offers a full range of grain storage and handling equipment, including grain bins, floors/supports, fans, heaters, unloads, stairs/ladders, stirring machines, grain spreaders and augers. Superior has offices in Kindred, N.D., and Beresford, S.D.
The Vcam from Video Surveillance Solutions is a super-heavy-duty upgrade to any system. The Vcam comes with a 4mm lens but can be custom ordered with the following lens sizes: 2.8, 6, 12, 16 and 25. The company specializes in surveillance solutions for businesses, including farms.
The Vcam can also be made with a reversed board or "mirror image." This option is used in applications where it is necessary to flip an image to correct the point of view, like a rear-facing camera that sees traffic behind machinery, mimicking a rear-view mirror.
Versatile, a division of Canadian company Buhler Industries, formally entered the highly competitive North American combine market with the release of the Versatile RT490 combine. This is the first new combine that the farm equipment industry has seen in over a decade. For more information, visit http://farmindustrynews.com/combines/russian-combine-here
New equipment from Versatile's new combine and Landoll's new field cultivator to a new combine track and John Deere planter were on display at Big Iron held recently in Fargo, N.D.
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