Farm Equipment & Tractors For Sale
Recent Equipment Listings
|1976 Allis Chalmers 5040||Mountain Grove, MO|
|2006 New Holland CR960||Columbia, MO|
|2008 John Deere 9770STS||Salisbury, MO|
|2009 John Deere 9770STS||Salisbury, MO|
|2004 John Deere 9660STS||Columbia, MO|
|2012 Case IH 7230||Salisbury, MO|
|2009 Case IH 7120||Salisbury, MO|
|2007 Case IH AFX7010||Salisbury, MO|
|2012 Case IH 6130||Salisbury, MO|
KIOTI Tractor, a division of Daedong-USA, Inc., announces the addition of six new models to its NX Series. Featuring a common rail diesel engine with Daedong ECO technology, the new NX models meet strict EPA certification standards with powerful performance.
Triple C, Inc. is pleased to announce their new wireless remote and corded pendant valve control as available options for the Thirty-Series Hydra Bed bale handling flatbed. Triple C is pleased to now offer their customers the load holding capability of this proven sectional valve in an electrically controlled configuration.
Cord wood is an inexpensive and completely renewable resource that we can use to heat our homes, outbuildings, and water. With natural gas, oil, and electric costs on the rise using a wood burning furnace will allow you to cut your utility bills dramatically. Heating with outdoor wood furnaces may also cut your carbon footprint in half; when compared to fossil fuels.In this Product Spotlight we have highlighted eight wood burning furnaces. Looking for more information? Each manufacturer has their contact information listed below the product.
Living in the northern states you get to experience all four seasons throughout the year. The most talked about season would most likely be winter and the snowfall that comes with it. As beautiful as the snow is when it’s falling, if you need to move it once on the ground you need reliable and sturdy equipment to get the job done.
As plants inhale in the summer, levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide drop in the Northern Hemisphere. As plant exhale and decompose after the growing season, those levels climb up again.Over the past 50 years, the size of this seasonal swing has increased by as much as half, for reasons that aren’t fully understood. Now a team of researchers shows that agricultural production may generate up to a quarter of the increase in this seasonal carbon cycle, with corn playing a leading role.