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New Track Systems From Camso (Formerly Camoplast) By: 09/23/2015 @ 3:07pm

If you own tracked equipment, there’s a good chance some of the tracks were designed and manufactured by Camso. The Canadian company has partnerships with most of the…

New Case IH Optum Tractor Series By: 09/03/2015 @ 10:05am

For 2016, Case IH is adding a new line of tractors – the Optum series. The Optum family is built off the foundation…

Steel Deals: Late-Model Challengers Are a Bargain Opportunity By: 09/02/2015 @ 2:25pm

The original rubber-tracked tractor, the Challenger, has enjoyed a reputation for holding its resale value after years…

Synthetics For All Types & Sizes By: 09/10/2015 @ 10:22am

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Farmer Veteran Awarded Kubota Tractor By: 09/03/2015 @ 11:33am

This week Jason Kerr, a blueberry farmer and military veteran, received a Kubota L-Series compact tractor through the Geared to Give program. Geared to Give, which launched in March, is a joint effort between…

High-tech Fendt Available in 110 to 150 hp. By: 08/27/2015 @ 4:51pm

For the first time in North America, farmers will have the high-tech features of a Fendt available in a smaller horsepower tractor. The new Fendt 500 Vario features the Varioterminal and VisioPlus cab with…

John Deere 9RX By: 08/24/2015 @ 8:39pm

It’s no secret that John Deere has been developing a high-horsepower tractor with four tracks. Last August at the company’s dealer meeting, a prototype dubbed the 9RX, sporting four-wide tracks, was rolled…

Evolution of the Case IH Quadtrac By: 08/24/2015 @ 8:34pm

In the late 1980s, an increasing number of farmers started to use duals and triples to more effectively put power to the ground on high horsepower tractors. The wide tractors made traveling down the road…

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