Farm Equipment & Tractors For Sale
Recent Equipment Listings
|2013 John Deere 6125R||Carthage, IL|
|2012 John Deere 8360R||Carthage, IL|
|2012 John Deere 8310R||Carthage, IL|
|2013 John Deere 8310R||Carthage, IL|
|2011 John Deere 4520||Carthage, IL|
|2012 John Deere 9510R||Carthage, IL|
|2013 John Deere S660||Carthage, IL|
|2012 John Deere S660||Carthage, IL|
|2005 John Deere 9560STS||Carthage, IL|
AGCO Corporation, the first manufacturer to stand behind equipment with a Certified Pre-Owned (CPO) program, is expanding the offering for more comprehensive coverage throughout North America. After piloting the CPO program with 16 dealers for more than a year, the company will unveil the full program in early 2015. The CPO program aims to enhance quality and decrease risk by certifying used equipment for farmers in North America. To...
Hybrid Mode™, NORAC’s newly patented in-crop spraying feature eliminates the need for the operator to take manual control of the boom while spraying in adverse situations such as lodged, thin, and uneven crops. “The development of Hybrid Mode™ for our automatic spray height control systems has resulted in a higher level of operator convenience than was previously available in the...
Cord wood is an inexpensive and completely renewable resource that we can use to heat our homes, outbuildings, and water. With natural gas, oil, and electric costs on the rise using a wood burning furnace will allow you to cut your utility bills dramatically. Heating with outdoor wood furnaces may also cut your carbon footprint in half; when compared to fossil fuels.In this Product Spotlight we have highlighted eight wood burning furnaces. Looking for more information? Each manufacturer has their contact information listed below the product.
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.
Everybody knows the old saying “good fences make good neighbors.” Ranchers, of course, know that good fences do a heck of a lot more than make good neighbors. Good fences help us keep our very livelihoods secure. Most of us learned the time-honored tradition of fence building and mending from our fathers and grandfathers, who learned it from the generations that came before them. But the truth is – the world of ranch and farm wire fencing – from smooth wire to barbed wire to electric wire hasn’t seen much improvement over the decades. Until now. Ranchmate™, an innovative new line of wire fence construction and repair products, has set about to change the old ways of doing things.