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Electric Flat Die Wood Pellet Machine By: 10/09/2013 @ 2:16am

Electric Flat Die Wood Pellet Machine Introduction Flat die wood pellet mill is developed on the basis of flat die feed pellet mill.Compare to grain raw material for…

Ring Die Wood Pellet Mill By: 10/09/2013 @ 2:13am

ing Die Wood Pellet Machine Introduction As wood pellets have become a good choice of new type fuel by more and more…

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2011 Ageless Iron Calendar By: 04/01/2011 @ 3:38pm

The end of World War II ushered in the golden age of tractor production, as improvements in hydraulics, engines, transmissions, and metallurgy, all fostered by the war, were applied to tractor design…

Bobcat unveils variety of new machines and tools By: 07/14/2010 @ 11:00pm

Bobcat unveils new utility vehicles, rock bucket, and instrumentation panel upgrades.Improved performance and productivity are the cornerstones behind Bobcat's newest releases. Find out more about what…

With new hay rakes, bigger is better By: 07/14/2010 @ 11:00pm

Fuel costs aren't what they were a couple of years ago, but they still represent one of the biggest chunks of input costs for any field operation. That includes raking hay. Minimizing the number of…

Strip till vs. planter attachments By: 07/14/2010 @ 11:00pm

Many corn growers question their tillage and planting systems from time to time. Bishop Mumford, Griffin, Indiana, is one such grower. Mumford has no-tilled most of his corn for the past 15 years. For several…

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