Farm Equipment & Tractors For Sale
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|1989 Case IH 9150||Sterling, CO|
|1993 Ford 9030||Sterling, CO|
|2003 McCormick C70||Fulton, IL|
|2009 Massey Ferguson 9895||Gibson City, IL|
|2011 Massey Ferguson 9895||Arthur, IL|
|2009 Massey Ferguson 9795||Arthur, IL|
|2011 Massey Ferguson 9795||Arthur, IL|
|2005 John Deere 6420||Dallas Center, IA|
|1994 John Deere 5300||Arthur, IL|
The 2984 Strip Freshener answers the call for a tool that can assist fall strip-till operations to ensure strips are ready for earlier spring planting. After a wet fall or a long winter, strips may not be as conditioned as would be ideal for planting. The Strip Freshener, which performs at speeds of 6 to 10 mph, is an effective choice to prepare strips before planting. Its uniquely designed blade arrangement offers the perfect amount of tillage to condition berms and help create the ideal...
Ag Leader Technology today announced Hydraulic Down Force 8-Section Control for planters. The addition of 8-Section Control adds several new features to the company’s Hydraulic Down Force System. Row-by-row sensing allows the system to monitor and respond to the down force needs of each row, in order to account for frequent variations in field depth. The system also adds greater flexibility with up to eight sections of control and multiple configurations available.
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.
“Precision agriculture” is a common phrase in the Ag industry. With the use of technologies such as GPS and auto-steering an operator can bring a new level of precision to their operation. With the latest technology farmers can get sub-inch accuracy with a relatively small up-front investment. These systems help drastically reduce fatigue in the tractor, combine, and sprayer drivers.
No-till farming, a key conservation agriculture strategy that avoids conventional plowing and otherwise disturbing the soil, may not bring a hoped-for boost in crop yields in much of the world, according to an extensive new meta-analysis by an international team that included a University of Illinois crop sciences researcher and was led by the University of California, Davis.As the core principle of conservation agriculture, no-till has been promoted worldwide in an effort to sustainably meet global food demand. But after examining results from 610 peer-reviewed studies, the researchers found that no-till often leads to yield declines compared to conventional tillage systems, except it still shows promise for yield gains in dryland areas.