Harvesting

Case IH is to launch its Coffee Express 200 Multi self-propelled coffee harvester onto the African markets, in a move designed to further extend the brand’s harvest product offering and bring to the coffee sector the same levels of...
Loader wagons and balers deliver short chopped crop for the best forage When harvesting grass silage, every farm manager wants to obtain the highest possible forage quality to increase profits. Agricultural machinery manufacturer Pöttinger clearly focuses on precisely this requirement...
What does it mean to honor the harvest in the 21st century? This is the question that Erin Fitzgerald, CEO of United States Farmers & Ranchers Alliance (USFRA), set out to answer in her recent presentation at AEM's March...
First launched in 1973, the CLAAS JAGUAR forage harvester has gone on to become the world’s leading self-propelled forage harvester, with over 40,000 machines having been produced in that time. The JAGUAR forage harvester always attracts a large crowd when...
STEYR Q-KMS camera on the STEYR Profi CVT distinguished with Demopark silver medal Also in 2019, the expert jury awarded medals to outstanding technology exhibited at Demopark. The STEYR cross-traffic monitor system was distinguished with a silver medal. The STEYR...
Dewulf, full-liner in agricultural machines for the cultivation of potatoes and root crops, will present the mounted variant of the Structural 30 for the first time at SIMA ’19. With the introduction of this machine, the manufacturer brings to...
New models provide more durability and increased reliability to help producers harvest more of what they grow Case IH is upgrading its header series with the new 3100 Series II rigid and flex draper headers. Featuring 118 product enhancements since...
During harvest season most farmers work from sunrise to sunset in the crisp fall weather racing their combines through fields of gold. However, some farmers were able to catch a brief reprieve from the busy season for an opportunity...
Through innovative thinking and a continual drive to improve its machines, family-owned harvester manufacturer ROPA has grown into a thriving global business. A collaboration with Volvo Penta is helping the German company gather a growing share of the market. The...
With the debut of its JAGUAR 960 TERRA TRAC model, CLAAS has become the first manufacturer to launch a forage harvester with a factory-integrated crawler track system. With the debut of its JAGUAR 960 TERRA TRAC model, CLAAS has become...

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