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  • Apr 2, 2014

    Is your planter ready?

    It's important to know your planter will perform well before you head out for 2014 planting. Follow these tips....More
  • Apr 1, 2014
    Farm Industry News

    Kinze multi-hybrid planter and how it works

    In December 2013, Kinze unveiled an industry-first concept: an electric multi-hybrid planter. The system allows a grower to switch hybrids on-the-go without having to stop and refill the seed hopper. The technology that allows for the multi-hybrid planting lies in the electric-driven motors. Kinze unveiled those electric motors on their 4900 Series planter, and now they are taking it one step further by offering multi-hybrid planting....More
  • May 23, 2013

    Close-up look at AGCO's newest addition to its White Planter line

    Bob Boelsen, AGCO senior marketing specialist for seeding and tillage gives an overview of the company's new 9000 series planters....More
  • May 20, 2013

    Corn and soybean planting almost done in NW Ohio

    10 days of dry fields allowed for the majority of corn and soybean planting to be completed in NW Ohio....More
  • Mar 6, 2013

    Growers to test new FieldScripts planting system from Monsanto, Precision Planting this spring

    Dave Robinson, Precision Planting, gives an update on the company's new partnership with Monsanto to bring FieldScripts to growers who will test the new planting system in fields this spring. For more information, visit
  • Jan 31, 2013

    Kinze uses farmer feedback to build new front-fold, narrow transport planter

    With corn continuing to sell for $7 and soybeans for $14 a bushel, farmers are showing more interest in investing in new planters and combines. Companies like Kinze Manufacturing Inc. are spending more time talking to farmers and finding what they need to improve production and returns on their investment....More

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