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Crop Tech Tour videos

See the latest video highlights from the 2010 Crop Tech Tour.
Hot Technology
Craig Stevens, CERES Solutions crop consultant, says his western Indiana farm-customers continue to adopt and adapt to the latest technology in agriculture.
Hot Technology
Craig Stevens, CERES Solutions crop consultant, says his western Indiana farm-customers continue to adopt and adapt to the latest technology in agriculture.
(01:24)
Monitoring Technology
Brandon Wuethrich, Francesville, Indiana. Wuethrich helps his family farm 10,000 acres of corn/soybeans. He talks about their technology-savvy operation.
(02:33)
Preparing for 2011
Wuethrich says his family is already talking about how they can implement even newer technology for next year.
(01:32)
From the planter to the combine
Mike Brandert, Deere AMS consultant based in Fremont, Nebraska, talks about how farmers are taking precision tools from the tractor and sprayer to the combine this fall to help paint accurate yield pictures in their fields.
(00:47)
Big technology boost
The in-cab technology in his Deere 9670 combine helps Eric Beckman, a Pender, Nebraska corn and soybean farmer, run the machine. A pickup accident left Eric a quadriplegic 3 years ago.
(01:23)
Tech tools this year and next
(01:30)
Corn harvest exposes a lot of issues
(01:16)
Statewide RTK availability
(02:29)
Minnesota crop conditions
Paul and Vince Anez of Little Falls, MN, talk about the corn and soybean crops in their area.
(01:04)
Benefits of precision electric steering
Rod Haarberg of Topcon Precision Ag talks about some of the benefits of the company's new AES-25 precision electric steering kit.
(01:54)
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