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Case IH Unveils New High-Speed Planter By: 11/23/2015 @ 9:13am

Claiming to now have the most accurate planter on the market, Case IH unveiled its 2000 series Early Riser planters featuring an entirely new row unit. “This new…

Homebuilt Variable-Rate Fertilizer Applicator By: 10/15/2015 @ 4:17pm

By Paula BarbourIn summer 2014, the green slime of a Lake Erie algae bloom shut down the drinking water intake supply…

John Deere Acquires European Planter Company Monosem By: 11/03/2015 @ 12:53pm

John Deere has signed an agreement to acquire Monosem, the European market leader in precision planters. The buy…

Buyers' Guide: Snowblowers By: 11/17/2015 @ 12:13pm

If you’re a devout follower of The Old Farmer’s Almanac, you are preparing for a wicked winter in most of the Midwest and on the East Coast. If you’re looking at meteorologist reports about the strong El…

Agritechnica: Lemken DeltaRow Seeder and Auto Drill Calibration By: 11/09/2015 @ 2:10pm

As an American farmer, Lemken may not be a name you’re familiar with. For German farmers, though, this has been a household name for centuries. Started in 1780, the manufacturer of tillage implements…

Planting Perfection: Using Hydraulic Downforce By: 09/23/2015 @ 1:27pm

Sacrificing yield and bottom-line performance aren’t options for the Boender family, especially with current and projected commodity prices. According to a recent USDA report, the average U.S. corn price for…

Subsoiling Can Alleviate Compaction Issues By: 09/23/2015 @ 1:04pm

In the Midwest, research on subsoiling (tillage deeper than 10 inches) has shown few positive yield responses. Research done at Ohio State University by Randall Reeder showed a positive reaction for subsoiling…

Ways to Reduce Tillage By: 09/23/2015 @ 12:43pm

“The more you till, the more you break up soil structure,” explains Jodi DeJong-Hughes, an Extension educator at the University of Minnesota. “The least amount of tillage you can do, the better.”Why…

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