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Brand new Brent cart handles the bends

FARGO, N.D. — Unverferth brought its new Brent 2017 Vision Series grain carts to the Big Iron farm show in Fargo earlier this year to show that the bent auger-corner auger-single auger concept is alive and well. “The Vision Series is a whole new cart design for 2017, addressing the four main concerns farmers have,” […] Read more


Case powers up with new transmissions

The constant variable transmission allows operators to preset speeds and let the CVX Drive pick the most efficient range

RED DEER — Case IH’s Steiger high-horsepower tractors are more powerful than previous versions because of two new transmission offerings — A CVX Drive Series that includes a constant variable transmission, as well as a redesigned powershift transmission. “We just introduced a new constant variable transmission that go in our tractors from 370 h.p. up […] Read more


Camso’s upgraded tow tracks designed for durability

FARGO, N.D. — When Camoplast Solideal did a name change two years ago to become just plain Camso, it also did a complete re-engineering job on its popular TTS series of ag tow tracks. The upgrades are intended to increase the longevity of the tracks, says Troy Amundson of Premium Ag Solutions in Hiterdahl, Minn. […] Read more



Bearings: grease ’em and grease ’em again

FARGO, N.D. — In a perfect world, we would stop every hour to shoot a spot of grease into the bearings. But it’s not a perfect world, so maybe let automation do the job for you. The automated greasing system is called Autogreaser, and it’s standard equipment on every Unverferth grain cart equipped with Equalizer […] Read more


New Holland tweaks latest class of combines

RED DEER — New Holland has a 700 horsepower combine coming off of its 2018 production line, the CR10.90 Revelation. There are updates common to all classes of the Revelation model combines, but only the largest CR10.90 series will receive a bump in horsepower. “The Class 10 combine does get a power bump for model […] Read more



Cart ideal for diversified farms

FARGO, N.D. — Farmers at the 2017 Big Iron found it hard to ignore the big blue cart with a capacity of 1,950 cubic feet or 33 tons of silage, grain or manure. Those are the specs on the triple axle Penta DB60 on display. The big brother DB70 has four axles with a capacity […] Read more


MacDon headers get more fingers for bulky crops

The company says this aggressive attack on the crop has increased header feeding capacity by 20 percent

RED DEER — MacDon recently displayed examples of its new One Series headers at Agri-Trade in Red Deer, which includes a full range of flex and rigid headers. Included in the new lineup is a model number change with the size of the headers now part of the new designations. At the MacDon booth was […] Read more


VIDEO: Landoll gives seed bed extra TLC for high value crops

High speed compact disc machines are also used to dry and black-up the soil to put it back into production

LANGHAM, Sask. — Vertical tillage became popular with prairie farmers because of wet soil conditions. However, growers eventually found they wanted slightly more tillage and blackening of the soil, especially in high-value crops. As well, they wanted independent mounting of the blades for better rock protection, which is when manufacturers transitioned into the high-speed compact […] Read more



Pressure up for transit, down for the field

FARGO, N.D. — Central tire inflation systems are gaining ground with operators who see the value of running maximum allowable tire pressure in transit and minimum allowable tire pressure in the field. Adjustable tire pressure has become a major factor because of the growing awareness of the impact that soil compaction has on yield. Changing […] Read more


Fill’er up … with vegetable oil

Farmer converted his Massey combine to run on used vegetable oil but warns farmers not to try it with expensive machinery

ROSETOWN, Sask. — The fragrance of fresh french fries floats over the field of flax. Ray Labrecque was on the final few rounds to finish harvest on his 1,000-acre farm and had only burned about 200 gallons of diesel in his combine this year. That’s because he converted his 1997 8570 Massey to run on […] Read more