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New products from the National Farm Machinery Show

  • National Farm Machinery Show

    The 46th Annual National Farm Machinery Show debuted a number of new products this past week in Louisville, Kentucky. Visitors saw innovations in everything from tractors, to tires to tillage equipment. How well do you know your farm equipment? Click through the slideshow to see if you can identify what component belongs to a particular piece of equipment.

  • Ingersoll’s Soil Razor VT

    Sharpest, most aggressive cutting edge wears with the blade to stay sharp and stay aggressive on residue.

  • Ingersoll’s Soil Razor VT

    Ingersoll’s Soil Razor VT blades are a component on the Earthmaster Verti-Go vertical tillage tool. Other features include double tapered roller bearings with triple lip seals to handle heavier loads and longer use as well as heavy-duty c-springs that hold up in the toughest conditions. A 25-foot model retails for approximately $48,000. To learn more about the Earthmaster Verti-Go, call 877/408-3297 or visit www.alamogroup.com.

  • Rhino’s AGM Series disc mowers

    These oval shaped cutter discs include contour edging for greater impact resistance in high speed operations or rocky conditions.

  • Rhino’s AGM Series disc mowers

    These discs belong to Rhino’s new AGM Series disc mowers, which are available in four models. Pictured is the AGM52, which features five discs and two blades per disc. The adjustable flotation system maintains consistent ground pressure on the cutter bar through a wide range of terrains and contours. Prices range from $6,300 to $11,400 depending on model and options. To find out more about this and other Rhino products, visit www.servis-rhino.com.

  • Sukup’s Double Run Conveyor

    This component is all about the connection.

  • Sukup’s Double Run Conveyor

    Sukup’s Double Run Conveyor can span 30 feet without support. This Conveyor not only replaces a roof auger, transfer auger, dryer take-away auger but a permanently installed transport auger. In a conveyor of this type, grain flows through the bottom tube and the chain and paddles return in the top tube. Base price for the tail and head assembly for an 8-inch model is about $9,000. To learn more, call 641/892-4222 or visit www.sukup.com.

  • Woods Equipment grader

    A steel hardened shank and blade is part of an implement dealers were asking for.

  • Woods Equipment grader

    Woods Equipment unveiled a prototype of their hefty new grading scraper. It gives you the power to smooth, grade and reconstruct any place that you need to move dirt and improve the surface. Graders will be available in a variety of sizes. Pictured is the S72. Prices will start at around $1,000. For more information, visit www.woodsequipment.com.

  • Goodyear’s Super Flot Radial

    Rounded edges and wider lug areas are the cornerstone features of this new product.

  • Goodyear’s Super Flot Radial

    Goodyear’s Super Flot Radial is built for use with implements that require high flotation, like grain wagons, anhydrous ammonia tanks, manure spreaders, large hay balers and fertilizer applications. For more information, contact your Goodyear/Titan dealer or visit www.titan-intl.com.

  • Tire Alert

    This device is under pressure to perform.

  • Tire Alert

    Proper tire inflation pressure plays a key role in optimum traction and long tire life. Yet, it’s often ignored by producers. Now there’s an easy way to monitor tire pressure to help you optimize tire performance. By installing the Tire Alert, a bright LED light flashes red when tire pressure drops four psi. For under $20, this is an investment worth making! To learn more about Tire Alert, visit www.vehiclelight.com.

  • Michelin SprayBib

    This product delivers a larger footprint with more lugs in the soil, giving you better traction, less slippage, a better ride and the opportunity to get into the fields sooner without damage.

  • Michelin SprayBib

    The D-speed-rated Michelin SprayBib radial is a high-clearance sprayer tire that can carry 14,330 pounds at speeds up to 40 mph. The tire also delivers an expected wear life of three to five years versus the industry standard of one to two. The new radial features Michelin’s Ultraflex technologies, which boosts the tire’s flexing capacity, helping improve fuel efficiency and traction and reduce soil compaction. To learn more, visit www.michelinag.com.

  • Yetter’s 2967 eSeries Residue Manager

    This product gives you the ability to adjust depth on-the-go as field conditions change.

  • Yetter’s 2967 eSeries Residue Manager

    Yetter’s 2967 eSeries Residue Manager features an exclusive from-the-cab depth adjustment, which allows the operator to continue working through varying soil conditions. Each row’s attachment adjusts independently and it uses a small electric actuator to lift and lower attachments. Device sells for $750 per row. To learn more, contact Yetter at 800/447-5777 or visit www.yetterco.com.

  • New Holland 200 Series skid steer

    This item is new from the ground up. However, five of the models in the Series feature the Super Boom feature, which is a patented vertical-lift design. The other two models available feature a radial lift design.

  • New Holland 200 Series skid steer

    The new 200 Series skid steer loaders from New Holland Construction include seven models. With the Super Boom loader arm, L218, L220, L223, L225 and L230 have a dump angle of 53 degrees, which lets the operator empty the bucket faster. The L213 and L215, with radial lift design, might be more compact but still sport a full-size cab with all the premium features. Prices start in the mid-$20,000s. To learn more, visit www.newholland.com/200series.

  • John Deere 1 Series Subcompact Utility tractors

    This product took the place of the 2305 and a key feature protects operators from rollovers.

  • John Deere 1 Series Subcompact Utility tractors

    The new 1 Series Subcompact Utility tractors from John Deere include the 1023E (23.5 hp) and 1026R (25.2 hp) and can accept dozens of attachments and implements. Both tractors have a wide stance for increased stability, and a standard folding ROPS system for roll-over protection. The 1023E starts at about $11,500 and the 1026R starts at $12,800. To learn more, visit www.johndeere.com.

  • Farmall C Series

    This product’s name has been around for more than 75 years and symbolizes a hardworking machine.

  • Farmall C Series

    Since 1923, the name Farmall has been synonomous with hardworking. More than 75 years later CaseIH promises to continue that heritage with the latest Farmall C Series. Customers can choose from three models: Farmall 75C (65 PTO HP), Farmall 85C (75 PTO HP), and Farmall 95C (85 PTO HP). The suggested retail price ranges from $28,000 to $32,000 depending on options. To learn more call 877/4CASEIH or visit www.caseih.com/na.

The 46th Annual National Farm Machinery Show debuted a number of new products this past week in Louisville, Kentucky.

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