Jan 27, 2011
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AGCO to expand to build Massey Ferguson, Challenger tractors in Minnesota 2

The agricultural economy must be doing well to experience announcements of manufacturing expansion. AGCO made such an announcement today. The company will add 75,000 sq. ft. to its Jackson, MN, plant to handle the production of high-horsepower wheeled row-crop Massey Ferguson and Challenger tractors. Plans for the addition also include a visitors center....More
Jan 24, 2011
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Raven introduces software development tool for Slingshot 1

  Raven Industries has announced a new development platform that will allow software companies to integrate their software into the Slingshot RTK correction, data transfer, remote support and high speed internet access system....More
Jan 21, 2011
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Biodiesel poised to regain growth

The biodiesel blenders' tax credit has been reinstated for 2011. Between this and continued demand for biodiesel (especially under RFS2), production plants that had been idled are expected to come back into production....More
Jan 21, 2011
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EPA grants E15 waiver for 2001-2006 vehicles 2

“Wherever sound science and the law support steps to allow more home-grown fuels in America’s vehicles, this administration takes those steps.”...More
Jan 17, 2011
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Dickey-john to market new Topcon X30 console under new ‘strategic relationship’ 1

  Dickey-john Corp., which manufactures sensors, monitors and control systems, will market the new X30 machine control display from Topcon Positioning Systems (TPS) under a newly formed a strategic relationship, according to an announcement from the two companies. The X30 is a virtual terminal with full autosteering functionality when paired with Topcon’s AGI-3 navigation receiver. It offers complete compatibility with Dickey-john sensors, monitors and control systems, but also any ISO 11783 compliant product....More
Jan 16, 2011
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Chopping option added to Calmer corn head kits 1

The tremendous amount of trash left in corn fields this past fall has spawned new chopping equipment for combines. The BT Chopper option for Calmer Corn Heads is one of them. The new Chopper will chop and crush BT corn stalks into confetti-sized pieces for easier decomposition in the field....More

Kip Cullers Uses Stoller’s Bio-Forge® to Enhance Yields

Kip Cullers explains how Stoller’s Bio-Forge® seed treatment helped him to achieve a new world record soybean yield of 160.6 bu/acre in 2010. The benefits of Bio-Forge include: early emergence, robust root growth, and early nodulation....More
Jan 11, 2011
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General Clark stresses ethanol’s role in national security at AgConnect

“If you want to fix America, work to keep us from importing $300 billion to $400 billion worth of oil every year.” If the U.S. could save $300 billion per year, that could translate to as many as eight million jobs with an average annual salary of $38,000....More
Jan 10, 2011
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Leica beefs up steering options, steering display features

  Leica Geosystems has expanded its navigation system offerings with a new hydraulic steering kit for older tractors, plus new steering patterns and other features on its Leica mojo3D and mojoMINI displays....More
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