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Industry News

Claas Selects Tractor Preparation Center

CLAAS of America has entered into an agreement with Agile Manufacturing to provide tractor preparation services for North America. Agile will manufacture local content as well as prepare machines for shipment. The prep center will be located at Agile’s new South Dakota facility, in Worthing.CLAAS is a global leader in tractor sales with much of their manufacturing centered in France and Germany. Their powerful XERION 4 x 4 tractor was recently introduced to handle the demands of large-scale...

Vermeer Introduces 504R Signature Baler

In 1971, Gary Vermeer introduced the “One-Man Hay System” to help farmers and ranchers put up hay more efficiently. Building upon that legacy, Vermeer Corporation is excited to introduce the working man’s baler, the 504R Signature. A 5 x 4 camless wide pickup baler built upon the three signature pillars of Vermeer balers – convenience, ease of use and durability. “The combination of the camless wide pickup and rotor are what initially set this baler apart,” said Vermeer Product Manager,...

Product Spotlight

Product Spotlight: Grain Trailers

For the Long Haul: The latest hopper trailers simplify grain transportation and handling Grain trailer manufacturers continue to innovate, increasing the strength and durability of their product lines while shedding weight. After all, more payload means more profit. We rounded up some of latest hopper trailers and their key features that will help you load/unload and haul your bulk commodities more efficiently.Wilson Trailer Co.

Product Spotlight: Grain Augers

Movin’ On Up: The latest grain augers offer increased productivity and durability Massey Harris employee Peter Pakosh invented the first grain auger in 1945 in the basement of his Toronto home and completed a prototype in 1946. Massey rejected his idea so he started his own company, Hydraulic Engineering. Since then, grain auger technology has continued to be refined and perfected for more efficient ways to move grain into storage. We took a look at some of the latest auger models from the top manufacturers and their key features.

Featured Articles

Against the Grain: Tech Startup Agrimatics Aims to Shake Up Ag Industry with Mobile Harvest Data-Management Tools

By Jason Young Like all business sectors, agriculture is being disrupted and improved with new technologies. In this era of GPS, Internet of Things, big data and precision farming—where everything gets measured, recorded, reported and tracked—farmers are becoming more effi­cient, doing more with fewer inputs in less time than ever before.One Canadian tech company, located within the country’s Grain Belt, has set its sights on disrupting agriculture, starting with grain cart weighing and data management. But that’s just the beginning for Agrimatics and parent com­pany Bitstrata Solutions, based in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

Technology Times

Purdue Students Launch Drone Startup To Help Reduce Farming Costs

Aerial Agriculture LLC, a startup company launched by Purdue University students, aims to revolutionize the agricultural industry by building drones in-house to capture multispectral images of entire crop fields. This technology could allow farmers to reduce excess fertilizer and input costs while simultaneously increasing yields. Aerial Agriculture LLC, a tech startup founded by undergraduate students in Purdue’s College of Engineering, developed and piloted agricultural drones that can capture specialized images of entire crop fields. The drones captured images can be stitched together into maps, which are direct representations of the crops’ health. The technology ultimately reduces input costs and increases farmers’ yields.