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Sukup Manufacturing is offering grain bin doors with enhanced safety features. The doors have new hardware that ensures inner panels are closed before the outer door will close correctly with both latches engaged. The new hardware can be mounted...
John Deere recently introduced a new line of heavy harrows for small grains farmers, giving them a powerful new tool for managing heavy residue, controlling weeds and volunteer plants, and for warming the soil ahead of spring seeding. Three heavy...
A new GSI dealership, Innovative Grain Systems, has opened in Jonesboro to serve farmers in a 300-mile radius and commercial grain operations throughout the mid-South. Innovative Grain Systems offers a full line of steel grain storage bins, hopper tanks, high-efficiency...
Kinze Manufacturing has entered into an agreement with General Implement Distributors, based in Salt Lake City, Utah, to distribute Kinze planters, tillage equipment, and grain carts to their dealers in 18 states, mostly in the western U.S. “This relationship will...
A reminder that "Every Farmer Counts" from National Farm Safety & Health Week Next week is National Farm Safety and Health Week (Sept. 20-26), with a reminder that "Every Farmer Counts." This year's theme is especially true as COVID-19 lingers, adding to...
Focus on developing grain technology to improve customers’ operations AGCO announced an agreement to acquire research and product development firm 151 Research to create new technology solutions for grain customers.  AGCO and 151 Research previously had an exclusive technology partnership to...
Delivering what you declare is now more important than ever for farmers. Recent changes to grain declarations now include a legally binding agreement as required by the Canadian Grain Commission (CGC). Farmers are encouraged to carefully read the new...
The starting signal for the production of the new Fendt Katana 650 has been given. The new series of the forage harvester with 25 PS more engine power was presented to the public for the first time on the...
For the first time since 2007 Australia has approved the bulk importation of foreign-grown wheat due to the impact of drought on the grains industry. This week the Department of Agriculture and Water Resources approved a permit for the Australian-owned...
Grain Growers of Canada (GGC) welcomed initiatives in Budget 2019 that will help make the value-chain more competitive, including the exemption of farm fuel bought at cardlocks from the carbon price, investments in rural broadband, and a commitment to...