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|2010 Case IH Steiger 485||Morganfield, KY|
|2011 Case IH Steiger 485||Morganfield, KY|
|2010 Case IH Magnum 245||Morganfield, KY|
|1997 John Deere 8100||Morganfield, KY|
|1982 John Deere 6620||Findlay, OH|
|1985 John Deere 8820||Findlay, OH|
|1984 Case 1460||Findlay, OH|
|1996 John Deere 9600||Findlay, OH|
|2012 John Deere S680||Findlay, OH|
Land Pride's new SBL25 is a front-mount Snow Blower designed to fit skid steers and tractors with Quick-Attach plates. It is a fully hydraulic unit – auger, impeller, chute, and deflector – and features a 24” impeller and 16” auger. The auger features 4 paddles to direct snow into the 4-blade impeller to direct the snow into the chute. Skid shoes are adjustable and replaceable. The SBL25 is available in 66", 74", and 84" widths and features 3/16" side plate material, and 10 gauge main housing...
Mattracks, the leader in rubber track conversion systems just released its new series of Ag Tracks, the TA9000 series. It expands Mattracks current Track-tor Assist line-up of conversion systems for the ag market. The TA9000 series includes track systems for Tractors, Harvesters, Sprayers and more with axle loads from 10 to 20 tons. Track widths currently available in the TA9000 series are 15”, 20”, 24”, and 30”. Based in Karlstad, Minnesota; Mattracks utilizes 650,000...
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.
The growing season doesn't end with harvest. Taking care of your irrigation equipment now will prevent costly repairs and downtime next year. Give your center pivot a checkup so it will be ready to roll when planting season arrives.To help you with post-harvest maintenance, Valley® offers its Top Five maintenance tips: