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Drago has introduced a new corn head representing the latest evolution in corn harvest technology. Called the Drago GT, the new corn head features multiple industry firsts and a singular focus of capturing maximum yield and return.Drago set a new standard for harvest efficiency when it introduced Automatic Self-Adjusting Deck Plates. The Drago GT now pairs that innovation with yet another industry first called QuadSuspension™ – integrated “ear shocks” under deck plates that work to...
Regulator 2.0, a new product from Max Systems LLC, seems to be appropriately named, since one of its main functions is to lower, or regulate, the optimum pH of a wide range of spray tank solutions. As a low pH surfactant, Regulator 2.0 also enhances herbicide burn down and delivers molecular oxygen to the plants.
In this issue we take a look at strip tillage equipment. Major advantages to using a strip-till system include residue-free strips that warm quickly, easy access to row area for nutrient injection, and it's well suited for poorly drained soilIn this product spotlight we showcase nine of the top strip tillage equipment manufacturers. Looking for more information on a listed model? Each company has their contact information listed below each product.
Today, hay and forage producers have a wide variety of equipment options for raking and merging swaths or windrows. Selecting the proper equipment and operating it correctly will help to insure high quality forage and a cost effective harvesting system. In this product spotlight we showcase ten of the top hay rakes. Looking for more information on a listed model? Each company has their contact information listed below each product.
In June of 2002, Harley Rath’s son Clifford told him about a 1952 Case VAS that was for sale. The VAS is a Model V Case high clearance row crop with offset front. A VAS is a very rare find since only 1559 were produced and not many have survived.Harley went to see the VAS and he could tell right away that it needed new tires, lights, steering wheel, and a seat. The paint was nearly non-existent and the steering was stiff, yet Harley could see the value of this tractor in spite of all of its rough points. He purchased the VAS for $300 and used his flatbed truck to haul it home to Mossley, Ontario, Canada.
When corn prices increase farmers reap higher yields by making changes. According to a recent University of Illinois study, about one-third of the yield increase derives from more intensive management practices and two-thirds from cropping additional acreage. Agricultural economist Madhu Khanna says the findings dampen the ongoing debate about the food price and land use changes due to corn ethanol.