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Finding ways to save money is top of mind for farmers. Facing high input costs and expected supply chain delays for months to come, every purchase decision has become that much more important this year. Farmers should be looking for ways to get more value from every purchase they make on the farm—keeping in mind that value goes far beyond price. CommoditAg by Farmers Edge works directly with local retailers and suppliers to provide farmers with more options and added value on their purchases. Read more

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In observance of Veterans Day, Kubota Tractor Corporation, Grapevine, Texas. announced all five of its 2021 “Geared to Give” farmer veteran tractor recipients in partnership with the Farmer Veteran Coalition from Buck Commander’s E3 Ranch in Fort Scott, Kansas, on Nov. 11. Read more

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The Sentinel brand of equine products is celebrating Veterans Day in partnership with Wounded Warrior Project to provide critical support for warriors who benefit from equine therapy. Sentinel, manufactured by Kent Nutrition Group under the regional brands Kent and Blue Seal, is proud to demonstrate that commitment with an initial investment of $100,000 to help expand WWP’s efforts with equine therapeutic riding. Riding sessions can help warriors overcome physical and emotional wounds of… Read more

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PrairieFood, developer of an innovative approach to converting waste biomass into safe, valuable, high-carbon products for agriculture and other sectors, announces the ribbon cutting of its facility in Pratt, Kansas, along with the PrairieFood Forum + Soil Health Workshop. The ribbon cutting ceremony will be at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 15 at Pratt Municipal Airport.

The PrairieFood Forum + Soil Health Workshop begins at 1 p.m. at the Pratt County 4-H building, 81 Lake Road, Pratt. Read more

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Soybean cyst nematode is the leading cause of soybean yield loss in North America, and two industry allies are taking action to prevent loss due to SCN. BASF Agricultural Solutions, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, and The SCN Coalition have designated October as SCN Action Month to provide growers with the information needed to make sound, successful agronomic decisions to defend against this devastating pest. Read more

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Farmer success starts with seed performance, which is driven by strong agronomics and innovative product development. The new Field Forged series from NK Seeds, Downers Grove, Illinois, coming this fall, is built on those two core pillars. The inaugural lineup will feature a number of proven hybrids and varieties as well as the latest portfolio additions to come out of the Syngenta Seeds pipeline. Read more

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Nufarm Americas Inc., Morrisville, North Carolina, has launched Longbow EC. Longbow EC is the latest in Nufarm’s versatile portfolio of herbicides and harvest aids, helping growers achieve cleaner crops at harvest time and providing weed management by controlling more than 60 broadleaf weed species, such as various pigweeds, lambsquarters and waterhemp. Read more

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Pioneer, Johnston, Iowa, has introduced the Pioneer Yield Pyramid decision tool, a new proprietary, data-driven tool designed to bring even more value to farmers. By identifying where a grower is currently with crop yields and then prioritizing certain management decisions and practices, this tool can help increase yield potential in specific areas. Read more

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Titan International, Quincy, Illinois, has introduced the Titan AgraEDGE, which is a new, full-line tire offering. These tires initially are available in 17 of the most popular front and rear row crop mechanical front wheel drive tractor sizes and offer a range of additional sizes being introduced throughout 2021 for four-wheel drive tractors, combines and grain carts. Read more

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Bartlett, a Savage Company, has obtained approval from the Board of County Commissioners of Montgomery County, Kansas, to receive county-issued industrial revenue bonds to support Bartlett’s development of a soybean crushing facility in Montgomery County. The Bartlett plant will be capable of handling approximately 38.5 million bushels of soybeans annually to crush into soybean meal and refined soybean oil, feedstock used in producing renewable fuels, food products and animal feeds. Read more

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There is more to irrigating a crop than simply turning on the center pivot. The good news is more information is available than a generation ago to help growers stretch their resources. Read more

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UPL Ltd., Mumbai, India, announced a long-term strategic collaboration with FMC Corporation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, a global agricultural sciences company. The agreement provides UPL access in key markets prior to patent expiration, to commercialize Rynaxypyr active, FMC’s leading insecticide. Read more

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John Deere W200 series self-propelled windrowers help farmers harvest their crop quickly and efficiently, while promoting quick dry down for high-quality hay. The new windrowers provide 10% faster dry down than previous models and improved forage quality on R models; 24-miles per hour transport speed that reduces time spent moving between fields; easy in-cab adjustments of swath flap and forming shields, with tilt and height resume; JDLink enabled machines help to ensure peak operation p… Read more

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Kubota Tractor Corporation, Grapevine, Texas, has announced the addition of seven new hay and forage products to provide comprehensive solutions for any size operation in today’s forage environment. Read more

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Elanco Animal Health Incorporated, Greenfield, Indiana, brings the cattle industry new options for fast, smooth and flexible protection against bovine respiratory disease—one of the deadliest diseases affecting United States cattle. New NUPLURA PH+ builds on the proven performance of NUPLURA PH against Mannheimia haemolytica, while adding protection against common viral causes of BRD, including BVD Types 1 and 2 and IBR. Read more

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With the new Massey Ferguson RB 4160P Protec combo baler from AGCO, Duluth, Georgia, producers can focus on harvesting forage at optimum condition, preserving it at peak nutritive value for livestock. The baler features an integrated bale-wrapping unit, allowing producers to harvest and ensile high-moisture forages in one simple process. Read more

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Pivot Bio, Berkeley, California, offers farmers a predictable, productive nitrogen source to sustainably feed cereal crops during critical growth periods. Learn more about Pivot Bio PROVEN 40 for corn and Pivot Bio RETURN for wheat and sorghum and return to a better nitrogen. For more information, see a representative or visit www.pivotbio.com. Read more

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Cobett Company waterers have features that set them apart from other waterers. Based in East Peru, Iowa, Cobett waterers’ winter endurance and versatility provide many benefits. Each system utilizes ground heat that allows the water in the tub to be constantly warmed or cooled by the surrounding underground temperatures. Read more

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Sooner Scale, Inc., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, was established in 1969 as a sales and service company in the weighing industry. Through its innovation and foresight, SSI initiated the manufacturing of scales in 1976 and quickly became one of the pioneers of above ground pitless motor truck scales and livestock scales. Read more

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BinManager is the industry’s leading grain bin management solution, and the only option to offer a fully automated preservation and conditioning solution helping a producer to capture higher profits. As a part of the AGI SureTrack, Lenexa, Kansas, farm management system, BinManager’s integrated hardware and software provides a seamless grain storage management experience. The 3D visuals on the AGI SureTrack online dashboard, combined with industry-leading customer support, put grain stor… Read more

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Kuhn North America, Inc., Brodhead, Wisconsin, has introduced the Montag 2208 dry fertilizer system. The 2208, based on the popular Gen II platform, is equipped with 2 x 50 cubic feet tanks (total capacity approx. 3.5 tons) and is available for 4-, 6- and 8-row 3-point mounted machines making it attractive to growers looking for a smaller capacity fertilizer unit more suited to these KUHN Krause Gladiator models. Read more

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The new Deep Banding High Speed Nutrient applicator by CrustBuster, Spearville, Kansas, provides minimum soil disturbance while applying fertilizer in either no-till or conventional fields. This applicator has the capability to deep band NH3, liquid fertilizer and dry nutrients all in one pass at speeds around 10 miles per hour. Read more

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Hastings, Nebraska-based T-L Irrigation’s Precision Point Touch Pro makes pivot control easier with additional relays for full control of the pivot. The full color 7-inch graphic touch screen provides ease of operation and fully visual programming. Read more

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John Deere has redesigned its 2430C nutrient applicator, the 25-row model, giving customers what they’ve asked for with a new lower transport height, while continuing to provide greater precision and control of nutrient placement at high operating speeds. Read more

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CW Mill Equipment Co., Inc., Sabetha, Kansas, offers parts for farmers and feedlot operators. CW’s DynaHog brand grinder parts offer quality hammer mill screens, hammers and other parts and grinder service for Jones, Haybuster, WHO and other brands. Read more

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Lifetime Feed Bunks, manufactured by CPI Pipe and Steel, Yukon, Oklahoma, have a design built with lifetime material and the craftsmanship to ensure a bunk that will last. The company uses heavy 24-, 26- and 30-inch steel pipe. CPI splits them in half and grinds the edges smooth. Then it saddle cuts and welds on 8 5/8-inch pipe crosswise for the legs that work like skids. Read more

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AGCO Corporation, Duluth, Georgia, is bringing the Fendt 300 Vario Gen4 series tractors to North America and are available to order for delivery in early 2022. Read more

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ADAMA, a Raleigh, North Carolina-based global crop protection company, announced the Environmental Protection Agency has approved changes to the label of Mastercop fungicide/bactericide that were made to help growers better protect their crops from harmful diseases. Read more

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Downtime with equipment can be costly, inconvenient and spoil a workday or recreational activity. Something as simple as a flat tire on a tractor, trailer, lawn mower, ATV or bicycle can stop any activity in its tracks. Read more

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John Deere has expanded its track offerings for 8RX four-track tractors to better meet producer needs by including optional 16.5-inch-wide tracks for both front and rear. These new tracks are specifically designed for John Deere 8RX four-track tractors and utilize the same established design and engineering are used on 18-inch, 24-inch and 30-inch 8RX tracks, said Ryan Jardon, John Deere product marketing manager. Read more

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As the prices of key crop production nutrients continues to rise, Loveland Products’ C2 Technology products, a proprietary product line of Nutrien Ag Solutions, are playing a critical role in helping producers manage nutrients while getting the most out of nutritional inputs. Read more

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BASF, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, has launched a digital tool, as part of its Grow Smart Live app, which calculates the estimated value of a farmer’s crop protection investment. The Grow Smart Advantage tool uses information about the farmer’s operation to provide crop input recommendations and estimated value of those recommendations versus alternative options that are driven by rebates. When a user opens the tool, he is asked to input his state followed by specifics around … Read more

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A new, patented concrete splashboard is now being offered by Morton Buildings, Morton, Illinois, to make post-frame buildings stronger and more durable by completely removing structural wood from touching the ground. Read more

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The Fendt Rogator 900 series applicator adjusts between standard and high clearance with the push of a button to deliver season-long crop care versatility. The Fendt Rogator converts from liquid to dry application or vice versa in as little as two hours. Read more

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Firestone Ag, Nashville, Tennessee, a business of Bridgestone Americas Inc., has launched a new line of agricultural rubber tracks designed to work with Case IH Quadtrac series tractors. The Firestone Maxi-TRI X rubber track is engineered at 32 inches wide and offers a large tread surface to help maximize tread life in the field. Optimized for performance in a variety of soil conditions, the Maxi-TRI X features a reliable design with excellent traction while minimizing compaction and gro… Read more