New 6631 Sunflower Vertical Tillage System|
descriptionSenior Product Specialist, Larry Kuster, discusses the new AGCO 6631 Sunflower vertical tillage system and its new innovations.
All Around the Farm: Combine Rotor Shop Stove
So what do you do with salvage from an actual come well make still your shot. This farm operation and Trevor can you call. Used to salvaged rotors and basically added the doors in the bottom. In this case to use him as a waste oil for this but you can also use this for burning wood is well. To
Machinery Show New Tool Spectacular
I don't want any bullets who along with more of a door and Jesse's got. welcome you to this special patient for the machine ratio. We have been busy scouting for the latest and shop tools. Technology innovations and ideal for any arm operations and many items you're featuring Evian event recentlymachine ratio. We have been busy scouting for the latest and shop tools . Technology innovations and -- -- ideal for any arm operations and many items you're featuring Evian event recently introduced are just hit the stores. You're getting a sneak peek at some of the latest products on the market. Now -- I guess he will be back after these brief message. With some great technology gadgets are both down to earth and -- this guy.
Ageless Iron: Farmall Super M
Dave visits Orlando, Florida, and finds a restored Farmall Super M. From show #711.agriculture dot com slash. I'll see you next week on another eight retired teacher per -- through the week.
All Around the Farm: Mega Manure Spreader
This farmer designed and built spreader includes several features that improve upon existing models. From show #711.I would say going to make a manure spreader. We're a beef cattle feed lot operation and we spread primarily driving or it's one of our major sources of fertilizer so we wanted to. Accurate it's. Good job done on the way it's done. It's basically built from scratch you Hershey buy components that tracked undercarriage we bought from land lover the beaters we fabricated the box we fabricated. They hit Charlie Sheen is often eject seventeen dirt straight -- by doing this we were able to move where they -- point is 45 inches forward to get the weight more standard. Under the axle as opposed to back on the draw the one of the major differences between this spreader and one -- by commercially. Is has its own engine on it which drives the beaters I. -- likely this got a 466 diesel on it that drives them for section hydraulic pump . Each section -- one of the beaters in the back unlike a lot of others brokers and have a need for change it pushes the manure off with big hydraulic cylinder. The cylinder is regulated its feet -- last -- control operate them for fifty so the faster you go in the field. The faster it tries to push from manure off and of course he's slowed down the feed rate slows down. Would -- with the idea I guess because we want to something bigger and able to spread more accurately. The
Tools of the Future: Des Moines
Hi I'm Kurt Andersen and on day occurrence where was successful farming magazine. I'd like to invite you to our inaugural tools of the future event this thirst Des Moines, Iowa. At this event you're gonna see some of the state of the yard cutting edge tools things that you'll be able to use on theHi I'm Kurt Andersen and on day occurrence where was successful farming magazine. I'd like to invite you to our inaugural tools of the future event this thirst Des Moines , Iowa . At this event you're gonna see some of the state of the yard cutting edge tools things that you'll be able to use on the farm this year that's gonna make. You more profitable. One of theto see it -- the day. No other funding we have some micro climate sensory network so you have different stations all throughout the field that'll talk wirelessly to each other and met. Measure that variability in the rainfall and then -- send it straight to your computers you know when and where the water in your field. These are just a few of the ideas including tired equipment and nations that you'll be able to get your hands on at living history farms -- Moines Iowa this Thursday. It cost only 35 dollars would love to see you there our whole staff will be there and it's really
Jeff Hamlin Climate Corporation
Jeff Hamlin from Climate Corporation talks to Jeff Caldwell about climate data from the Tools of the Future Tour in Des Moines Iowa.hold data integration. Field articles right now. Yeah acting. Gores have been collecting data for quite awhile now and they're only going to get more of bits and so the ability to use that data to
Remote Sensing of Crop Health
David Gebhardt discusses how satellite imagery can be used to make in-season decisions to fix nutrient defecencies, pests, and disease to help protect yield potential.today we're talking at tools of the future to farmers a ballot satellite imagery what role -- does that have an agriculture today. -- -- These satellite imagery has been used to provide historical information about feel variability -- and today we've really move much more to how we utilized in season more frequent. Satellite imagery to help farmers make management decisions during the season. Example of what a farmer Ken can find in this field using in season aerial imagery. Sure I mean really just about anything that has to do with that plant nutrition and plant pests diseases. One of the things at the satellite imagery is used for is very using for it early season nitrogen management the imagery is very indicative of of nitrogen. Lost variability and can be used to put -- -- -- prescriptions together. So how does satellite imagery . -- and everything else that's going on here axles at the future we are talking about. Drones. And different. Different technology so satellite imagery that. You know one of the things one of the reasons we got in the satellite imagery a few years ago was that it was fairly well developed -- commercial and other parts of the world. We do see satellite imagery complementing very well with a lot of the other technologies here at the tools of the future. The drone the -- work. That felt that's not just another form of a remote sensing which is the same is. The satellite imagery the crop modeling products like with climate corporation those. All those tools together make up a toolbox I think that again they're gonna work very well the satellite imagery . Provide farm with the best recommendations. -- --
Conservation Planning Tools
Kacey Birchmier and Tom Buman from Agren discuss how conservation planning software can be used to plan and apply soil and water conservation.-- really helps farmers implement. So -- mark conservation practices. At a faster rate and a lower cost. So how is your software. Going to benefit farmers with the new nutrients strategy reduction programs. Well that reduction strategy says that. Across Iowa farmers need to do more conservation. They need to do more storm water conservation and they need to do it at a faster rate . Kind of the tagline that I was using as some want a country she might be voluntary but it's really not optional
Importance of Good Soil Structure
Dave Mowitz discusses soil structure with Dorian Gatchell of Minnesota Agricultural Services.like you say Dorian is going to be speaking next week. In Bloomington Illinois and in Lafayette Indiana Certainly come by the tools for the future conference because you get a chance to talk with Dorian. And talk about the topic -- -- structure and huge impact that it is having on yields. As we talked about earlier as we push the envelope to three and a bushel corn Compaction is going to be playing a larger a larger role in limiting those fields is that.