Nebraska farmer Scott McPheeters walks through the National Farm Machinery Show pointing out new and favorite products. At Digi-Star, he found the new Scale Link and SST 3400 seed tracker, as well as other weighing options that help with productivity on the farm....More
The National Farm Machinery Show features a wide array of products. Team FIN farmers for Farm Industry News identified a number of products that caught their eye, from a bagging system for dry hay and a 3-in-1 welder/compressor/generator to durable work lights and a simple rack for storing hose. Here's a look at products from Thunder Creek, Digi-Star, Norstar Industries, Gecko's Toes, Kemco Manufacturing and Trouble Free Lighting as well as the Air Barn and Creatherm products.
Mike Martinez, Trimble, discusses new products from Trimble at the National Farm Machinery Show, including fleet and productivity reporting through the Connected Farm, which allows farmers to gather field data from vehicles to one location. Productivity reporting helps farmers find inefficiencies in their operations. Also new is the Remote Assistant, which allows a farmer to view cab data remotely rather than visiting the cab in the field. Visit trimble.com....More
John Lipscomb, AGCO, hits on three main features of the RoGator and TerraGator sprayer cabs: triple air filtration, better visibility and optional air-ride suspension on the seat. Visit agcocorp.com....More
Kinze provides a close-up look at the workings of its electric-motor-driven seed meters on the new Kinze 4900 Series planter. The planter can travel at speeds up to 8 mph while achieving near-perfect seed placement.
Case IH offers a first look at the new Steiger RowTrac hhp row-crop tractor during the 2013 National Farm Machinery Show. They also introduced the new 2240 self-propelled sprayer. The new cab for the 30 Series Axial-Flow combines was on display....More
The National Farm Machinery Show attracts people from around the world to see the newest innovations in agriculture. For the young and old and everyone in between, the show is an unforgettable experience. Photos: Kathy Huting
Nigel McKenzie, New Holland; Adam Reid, Versatile; Jordan Danner, John Deere; Kevin Cobb, AGCO; Jeff Gray, Claas; and Kelly Kravig, Case IH discuss the latest new combine technology at the National Farm Machinery Show....More
New Holland introduced several new pieces of equipment at the National Farm Machinery Show, ranging from the T4 and T5 utility tractors and the T8 high-hp row-crop tractor to high-capacity balers and the CornRower attachment for New Holland's chopping corn head....More
Bob Hooten, FMC, provides an overview of FMC's newest products for managing weeds and insects in corn and soybeans. FMC's Authority portfolio and its new Anthem and Anthem ATZ herbicides offer solutions for weed resistance and the company's Capture LFR and Marvel products battle tough-to-control insects. Visit fmccrop.com....More
Adam Reid, Versatile, says the company started from scratch to improve its existing line of tractors and introduce the new Versatile 310 row-crop, front-wheel-assist tractor at the National Farm Machinery Show. The Versatile 310 meets Interim Tier 4 standards and boasts a completely redesigned cab. Reid says the tractor can be easily serviced, practically without lifting the hood. Visit versatile-ag.com....More
Scott Becker, GSI, hits the highlights on the new 40 Series bins from GSI, which feature an innovative new roof that allows for larger fill capacity. In addition, Travis Florey explains the advantages of the new Vision N2 control panel, which simplifies operation on portable dryers. Visit grainsystems.com. ...More
Tony Fath, Farm King, gives the highlights on the all-new Farm King 2,400-gallon liquid fertilizer applicator, which the company showed to the public for the first time at the National Farm Machinery Show. Visit farm-king.com. ...More
Farm Industry News editors provide a preview of the major unveilings at the 2013 National Farm Machinery Show. New launches include Case IH multifunction controls, Versatile combine, Kinze planters, iPad accessories, and Balzer grain cart with steerable tracks....More
Farm Industry News editors arrived early at the National Farm Machinery Show today to check out the new products on the show floor as the show staff put the final touches on the exhibitors' displays. Here is a sampling of what they saw. Check back at farmindustrynews.com to get updates from Farm Industry News on the newest products throughout the week.
Farmindustrynews.com will be your go-to spot for the latest updates from the 2013 National Farm Machinery Show this week in Louisville, Ky., Feb. 13-16. Editors are already in Louisville getting a sneak peek at the newest products on display. Follow the editors of Farm Industry News as they tweet from the show on Twitter, and like us on Facebook to get additional, real-time updates. We will cover all 27 acres of the show and bring you the latest in farm equipment innovations throughout the week. Stay tuned for more....More
Farm Industry News editors are taking off for Louisville to bring you the news from the 48th annual National Farm Machinery Show this week. The world's largest indoor farm show will span 27 acres of show space at the Kentucky Exposition Center from Wednesday, Feb. 13, through Saturday, Feb. 16., and more than 300,000 people will flock to the show to see the newest farm equipment and products. Whether you are attending the show or not, Farm Industry News will be your go-to spot for the latest news from the show....More