Farm Equipment & Tractors For Sale
Recent Equipment Listings
|2000 Massey Ferguson 4263||Taylorsville, KY|
|1951 IH Farmall M||Taylorsville, KY|
|2013 Case IH Puma 160CV||Chambersburg, PA|
|2012 Case IH MAG225||Chambersburg, PA|
|1999 Case IH MX120||Chambersburg, PA|
|1999 Case IH MX200||Chambersburg, PA|
|2000 New Holland 5610S||Bowie, TX|
|1982 John Deere 950||Bowie, TX|
|John Deere 6330Premium||Fort Smith, AR|
People concerned with future consequences of their decisions will pay up to 16 cents more for eco-friendly plants, a new University of Florida study shows.While 16 cents may not seem like much, researchers see any willingness to pay more to help the ornamental plants industry and the environment as good news.
Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has made new financial assistance available to eligible Florida citrus growers for the removal of trees afflicted with Huanglongbing (HLB, also known as citrus greening) and for replanting groves with new healthy stock. The support comes through USDA's Tree Assistance Program.
Farmers would agree that grain augers make a world of difference both during and after harvest. With options of power source, length, and diameter, as well as the option of a swing-away system and drive over hoppers there is something to fit almost every need.
With a long list of farm chores to get done, you need tools that will make you more efficient. UTVs (Utility Terrain Vehicles), also known as Side-by-Sides, are gas efficient, rugged work horses that can seat up to six adults, and haul 600- to 1250-lbs in the rear cargo box.In this Product Spotlight we showcase nine leading UTV manufacturers. These companies include: Polaris, John Deere, New Holland, Bobcat, Can-am, Kubota, Kawasaki, Case IH, and KIOTI. Looking for more information? Each company has their contact information listed below each product.
Utility type vehicles are prominent pieces of equipment utilized in a variety of settings. The hauling features offered by UTVs have increased their popularity, availability, and use in work-related tasks in rural, suburban, and urban areas. Because of their hauling capabilities, they are helpful vehicles in residential and agricultural settings. UTVs are also referred to as “Side-by-Side” vehicles.