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Cold weather impacts operations in many ways. Gelling of diesel fuel plugs up fuel filters and stops engines. The diesel fuel filter is the most common cause stopping fuel flow. The Universal Bulk Tank Filter Preheater was designed to prevent gelling in this vital filter and enable continuous refueling of vehicles and equipment without additives or blended fuel.
The 9505 Series includes three new models, Classes 6, 7 and 8, each with more processor-driving horsepower from new Tier 4 Final AGCO POWERTM diesel engines. The 9505 Series machines are designed for cleaner harvesting by joining Massey Ferguson’s proven TridentTM processor with a new variable-speed hydraulic-drive fan. All three 9505 Series combines can be equipped Ag Leader®-ready as a factory option that allows for yield monitoring with a live yield map.
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.In this Product Spotlight we highlight eight GPS-Auto Steering systems that will make your operation more efficient. Looking for more information? Each manufacturer has their contact information listed below the product.
One of the functions of crop markets is to direct planting decisions of U.S. producers. That process begins with fall seeded crops, primarily winter wheat, and continues through the following spring. According to a University of Illinois agricultural economist, the market’s assessment of the amount of acreage needed of various crops in any production cycle is complicated and continually changes.