NFMS: Roving Reporter (and farmer) Scott McPheeters discovers show gems, Part 1

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More than 800 companies exhibited at the 2011 National Farm Machinery Show. While big-ticket items like tractors and combines garner much of the attention, many other unique products are on display.

What are some of these unusual products? Scott McPheeters, a farmer from Gothenburg, NE, likes to find his own selection of the unique and handy equipment and tools. This year, he walked the show with Farm Industry News following to see what he found.

In this video, McPheeters located the Weed Wiper by GrassWorks, www.weedproblems.com; the Eco-Weeder by Univerco, www.univerco.net; the Soil Warrior with a nitrogen applicator from Environmental Tillage Systems, Inc., www.soilwarrior.com; John Deere's PitStop Pro, www.deere.com; and the Vcutter tree cutter from Tigerco, www.vcutter.com.

To view more videos straight from the floor of the National Farm Machinery Show, go to http://bit.ly/nfmsvideos

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