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  • Nov 3, 2011

    100,000th Versatile-built tractor 5

    The 100,000th Versatile-built tractor rolled off the line in Winnepeg, Manitoba, on Oct. 26, 2011, a significant milestone in the company’s 45-year history....More
  • Oct 13, 2011

    Meridian Swing-Away auger operates remotely 2

    The Meridian Swing Max Pro auger allows a tractor to remain on the auger while trucks unload from either side....More
  • Sep 30, 2011

    First impressions of robotic farming systems

    Field reporter Daryl Bridenbaugh of Pandora, OH, got a firsthand look at two new machine-control systems that automate planting and grain harvest....More
  • Jun 28, 2011

    Who’s who of grain carts: Is it Brandt, Brandt, or Brent? 4

      When shopping for grain carts, it’s easy to get confused about who makes what. Especially when it comes to the three Bs: Brandt, Brandt, and Brent. There is the Arizona-based Brandt, purchased by Pitonyak Machinery Corporation (PMC) nine years ago. (See Eddie Pitonyak, president of PEC, claims Brandt is the oldest grain cart around, built as far back as 1947....More
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