In 1935, Deere set out to create a small, affordable utility tractor based on the model B, one of the most popular tractors in that company’s history.
The need to multitask dryer monitoring, controlling, and troubleshooting inspired the addition of a second touch screen to its Pinnacle 20|20 Control System by Mathews Company.
Boasting a 10-bale capacity, RhinoAg’s ACG10 Accumagrapple converts to a grapple for loading in minutes.
The unique grabbing system on RhinoAg’s Mega Bale Splitter (MBS) employs hooked teeth (as seen in the horizontal row of black hooks) that bite into bale wrap material and then retract (rotate back into the frame) to hold on to the wrap.
Case IH’s entirely new 4400 Series corn heads were engineered to cut weight while improving crop flow to reduce ear losses.
Trelleborg’s Variable Inflation Pressure VIP system adjusts pressure of combine tires to optimize tire footprint and reduce soil compaction.
The High-speed Low Disturbance (HSLD) row unit allows field speeds up to 11 mph while applying fertilizer.
New Holland’s FR920 forage harvester has been equipped with a heavy-duty four-wheel-drive system developed to deal with the increased power and traction requirements of this size diesel.
The slogan, Nothing runs like a Deere, was first used to sell snowmobiles, which the firm stopped selling in 1984.
The bottom has been reached on premium used planters, driving up their values.