SPONSORED: Custom applicators play a key role in supporting U.S. agriculture. Farmers depend on timely, accurate applications of fertilizer and crop protection products to maximize their crop production.
It’s a job that requires long hours in the field, skill in operating sophisticated application equipment and the ability to adapt to the latest technologies designed to improve application precision and efficiency. ...More
Just three weeks before Farm Progress show, the bellweather of the summer shows, New Holland gave media a preview of their new offerings for 2015. New Holland is launching 25 new products this year, which are divided over the company’s three market segments: hay and forage, cash crop, and commercial work tools.
With harvest season approaching, we went through our archives of best tips, products, and technologies designed to improve combine and operator performance. Here are 7 of our most-read stories in the category of combine harvesters.
1-Combine tips from the pros. We asked some of the nation’s top custom harvesters to share their best tricks and tips of the trade. Surprisingly, they were willing to share their secrets. Here’s a review....More
Twenty-three teams from 10 countries recently competed at the International Field Robot event held during the DLG Field Days. This international competition brings international student teams and their autonomous field robots to Bernburg-Strenzfeld, Germany, to compete in five assigned tasks.
Started in 2003 by the University of Wageningen in the Netherlands, the goal of the competition is to test new technologies in robotics and precision farming under real-world conditions.