Each week we round up the newest items to arrive in our in-box to bring you New Product Monday. This week's round is as eclectic as usual from new bale tools to a new fertilizer spreaders, from boom height control to a heavy duty pump.
This installment of Tech Five offers a look at some interesting new technology covering trucking, voice command, web use, software costs and STEM testing. So read on to learn more about a diverse range of tech, and don't miss the bonus at the end.
Whether you're looking at planting cover crops this fall, rethinking your tillage to go to a higher-residue system or working on ways to manage pastures, waterways and other key areas on your farm, this roundup of new products offers something for you.
Japanese equipment manufacturer announces agreement to purchase Great Plains Manufacturing,Inc., which expands on a long-time partnership with Land Pride. This is the second major farm-focused acquisition Kubota has made....More
Farm Bureau found that farmers want to maintain control of their information, seek transparency in their interactions with providers and are concerned about what might be done with their data. And we offer some tips from the FBI....More
New bale mover, a big-building door innovation, a skid-steer folding door, a unique lock system, a new high-flex implement tire, farm-focused lubes, a new Tier 4 wheel-loader line-up, and a new veteran-focused contest where you could win a utility vehicle.
This week's installment of the Tech Friday Five tackles drones, wearable research, antivirus software advice, explains 'the cloud,' offers interesting insight on artificial intelligence from the White House and more.
Once you park the planter, with nice weather it'll be time for projects, and mowing, around the farm. Here are a range of tools that help you keep the farmstead looking fresh; and for taking on some of those projects you've been meaning to cover all these years.
It's that time of year. If you're raising livestock you're not only trying to finish planting, but getting ready to cut hay. And for crop producers, spray-time is near. We wrap up this spring look at tools with some spraying and haying equipment and tools.