Farm Equipment & Tractors For Sale
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|2004 John Deere 9860STS||Harcourt, IA|
|2013 Case IH Farmall 125A||Harrisburg, IL|
|1990 John Deere 2755||Harrisburg, IL|
|2002 John Deere 8320||Harrisburg, IL|
|1979 IH International 1486||Harrisburg, IL|
|1994 Cat CH85C||Harrisburg, IL|
|2011 Case IH Magnum 315||Harrisburg, IL|
|1997 Case IH 8910||Harrisburg, IL|
|1990 Case IH 7130||Harrisburg, IL|
Growers looking for a tractor to help them accomplish more each day need look no further than the Massey Ferguson 8700 Series. Featuring powerful AGCO POWER 8.4-liter diesel engines, hefty hydraulics, industry-leading CVT transmissions, and a redesigned cab that raises the bar on comfort, these robust machines deliver unparalleled performance while maximizing operator comfort around the dairy or in the field.With five models ranging from 270 to 370 maximum engine horsepower with 900 to 1,136 ft...
During chemical and fertilizer applications, the objective is clear: carry a greater load, keep ruts to a minimum, and get the job done. Michelin Spray Bib offers an additional opportunity to increase the productivity of your farm with greater load capacity, extended service life, greater soil and crop protection, and better road handling.Michelin Ultraflex technologies allow tires to operate at lower pressures while remaining resilient and strong. This allows for a longer footprint, which...
If you have a sizable plot of grass a zero turn radius (ZTR) lawn mower is an option that should be considered for your lawn care needs. ZTR mowers can help save time and energy. ZTR mowers are easy to handle, highly maneuverable, and perform consistently. You have multiple cutting deck size options, which allows for you to find the perfect size depending on landscaping elements within your cutting area. ZTR mowers range from entry-level models to commercial/professional models. With all options considered, including price, there is a size that will fit almost every need.
During planting three things must happen for you to achieve maximum yields: seed spacing, seed depth, and seed-to-soil contact. Seed drills provide highly accurate spacing and depth placement that allows for an easy harvest, and lessen the chance for overcrowding. Seed drills are favored by no-till and minimum-till operations, and are gaining popularity. In this Product Spotlight we showcase four of the top seed drills. Looking for more information? Each company has their contact information listed below each product.
The John Deere D had a long manufacturing run of 30 years from 1924-1953. The D model was built at John Deere’s Moline, Illinois facility and is equipped with a 2-cylinder engine with a 6.75 x 7.00 bore and stroke. Of the nearly 200,000 units sold, many are still in use today and are very popular with collectors and restorers.The pictured 1936 John Deere D tractor is owned by the Blaes’ family and resides in Kansas. Leo Blaes purchased this tractor new in 1936 for $900. This D has been featured in antique farm tractor magazines and on the RFD TV’s “Max Armstrong’s Tractor Shed” in March of 2010.
One of the most promising new agricultural technologies is the remote controlled Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). These systems offer farmers and operators the ability to monitor their crops in a quick and affordable way.A great number of agricultural companies are currently investing millions in researching the full capabilities of UAS. Researchers will use infrared and thermal camera technology to measure the vegetative index of plants. This will allow for the detection of issues like disease, nitrogen deficiency, flooding, etc. The UAS technology is so promising universities around the country are developing programs so graduates can support this new industry.