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  • May 16, 2012

    Ride in Kubota's most powerful new tractor in Grand-X series 10

    Kubota Tractor Corporation, headquartered in Torrance, Calif., recently announced the release of a new line of M-Series tractors, including the M100GX, M110GX, M126GX and the M135GX. Farm Industry News editor Kathy Huting took a ride in the largest and most powerful of the models, the M135GX, with Paul Williams, product manager for Kubota, on May 15. The highlight of the ride was looking out of what Kubota says is the largest cab in the tractor's mid-size class. For more information, visit
  • May 6, 2012
    Farm Industry News

    Test drive of New Holland T7 tractor with automated steering system 2

    Chris Carrier, cash crop tractor marketing manager with New Holland, takes viewers for a test drive of the new T7 Series tractor model.  The tractor features a continuously variable transmission (CVT), which, according to New Holland, operates as easily as driving a car with an infinite range of speeds.  Also featured is an auto-guidance system that lets the tractor drive itself....More
  • May 5, 2012
    Farm Industry News

    Test drive New Holland's high-horsepower T9 Series tractor with tracks 1

    Sean Dorosz, New Holland high-horsepower tractor marketing manager, takes viewers for a ride in a T9 Series tractor equipped with SmartTrax tracks, new for 2012.  The same tracks used on the tractor can be switched to a combine at harvest.  Controls of all tractor functions are embedded in an adjustable right-hand Sidewinder II armrest....More
  • Mar 12, 2012

    New Holland launches new marketing strategy in corn and soybean markets 2

    New Holland announced a new marketing strategy focused on the corn and soybean markets at Commodity Classic 2012. Abe Hughes II, New Holland vice president, explains the new strategy, in addition to a special camouflage design that was on display at the show....More
  • Mar 8, 2012

    John Deere to add DEF to engines for Final Tier 4 standards 19

    John Deere made a highly anticipated announcement at Commodity Classic 2012 that it will add diesel exhaust fluid (DEF) to its engines in order to meet Final Tier 4 emissions standards. Jarrod McGinnis, division marketing manager for John Deere, explains what this means for the future of John Deere engines. For more information, read the story explaining the announcement here....More
  • Feb 29, 2012
    Farm Industry News

    Kubota unveils mid-sized tractor line with deluxe cab

    Kubota offered a new line of M-Series mid-size tractors during the 2012 National Farm Machinery Show. The line featured the Grand X models with luxury cabs and high performance....More
  • Jan 9, 2012

    Farmers talking to farmers: Iowa technology 1

    This is the last in a series called "Farmers talking to farmers," produced by Mike Krivit. In this final video, Iowa farmer Keith Brown discusses how technology has changed farming over the years, recalling stories from his father's years on the farm....More
  • Dec 22, 2011

    Nebraska Tractor Tests can aid in tractor-buying decisions

    Congress has provided additional incentives for farmers and other small businessmen to purchase tractors and other equipment in 2011 and 2012. While the rules change at the stroke of midnight a week from Saturday (Dec. 31), farmers can still use the new tax provisions to offset income. Iowa State University’s Mark Hanna says the Nebraska Tractor Tests can assist growers in making buying decisions....More
  • Dec 12, 2011
    Farm Industry News

    Walk-around of new Versatile 4-wd tractors for 2012 1

    Winnipeg-based Versatile unveils two new families of Versatile 4WD tractors for Model Year 2012.  These include three standard frame models rated 350, 375, 400 hp and three HHP (high hp) models rated 450, 500, and 550 hp, which have the heaviest frame in the industry for added durability.  All models feature new iT4 engines, new styling, and the industry's largest 4wd cab.  Product manager Ryan Shust gives a 3-minute walk-around tour....More
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