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  • Jul 6, 2016

    What do aerial applicators think of the new FAA drone rules?

    “A 2-pound bird – made of bones, muscle and sinew -- can shatter a plane’s window, go straight through. Imagine what hard plastic and a battery could do." -- Andrew Moore, Executive Director of the National Agricultural Aviation Association....More
  • Jun 13, 2016
    press release

    Worksaver adapter converts loaders to “universal” skid steer standard

    Worksaver, Inc., has introduced a new adapter designed to convert McCormick 125C, Branson SL 100, Kioti KL2510 and LS LL 201 loaders that use pin-on buckets to the “universal” skid steer standard. The adapter offers greater versatility for operators, allowing the use of skid steer attachments. Features include plated handles, pins, springs and bushings to provide a long service life....More
  • Jun 7, 2016
    press release

    Two new row guidance products available for John Deere sprayers

    Two new AutoTrac products are available to help row crop producers and ag service providers more accurately navigate row-crop fields when making postemergence sprayer applications. AutoTrac Vision utilizes a single-lens camera to detect crop rows and help steer the sprayer down the center of the row for early postemergence applications. AutoTrac RowSense uses a row sensor similar to that used on combines to detect crop rows and steer the sprayer to the center of the row for later season post applications....More
  • Jun 1, 2016
    press release

    New High Capacity Nutrient Applicator available from John Deere

    To help ag service providers and large-scale producers apply fertilizer and lime to more acres per day during short, busy application seasons, John Deere introduces the F4365 High Capacity Nutrient Applicator. This new machine offers increased capacity with a 330-cubic foot New Leader dry spinner spreader that can apply fertilizer at rates up to 1,100 lbs. per acre and lime at rates up to 6,600 lbs. per acre....More
  • Jun 1, 2016
    press release

    John Deere: More precision with new StarFire 6000 Receiver

    Nearly 16 years ago, John Deere changed farming when it introduced the StarFire guidance system. Improvements were made in the following years with StarFire iTC and StarFire 3000 receivers. Now, the company takes satellite-based guidance to even higher levels of accuracy, repeatability and signal pull-in speed with the introduction of the StarFire 6000 receiver and SF3 signal....More
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