HOPPER—Timpte Industries introduces the 36-foot Super Hopper, which comes in 96- and 102-inch widths with 66-, 72- and 78-inch sidewall heights. Ag tubs are standard, with a variety of options available. It is designed for tight corners, short field approaches and good cubic capacity and high payload. For more information, call 402-367-3056, or your local dealer, or visit www.timpte.com.
BURROW BUILDING—Inventive Products, manufacturer of The Verminator, introduces The Junior, a burrow building machine to control gopher populations for 40 or fewer acres. The machine is smaller, but it features a breakaway shear and replaceable point. Users can adjust it to set tunnel depth in minutes. Its hopper can hold 5 gallons of bait, and it offers a 32-inch long steel tunnel tube. For more information, call a local dealer, or 888-310-6037 or visit www.InventiveAgProducts.com.
CORNSTALK BALING—Vermeer’s 605 Super M Cornstalk Special Baler makes baling cornstalks as easy as baling hay. It is now enhanced with the optional Inline Ramp, which positions bales so that they can be picked up along rows without the need to drive over ridges and cornstalks. The updated Cornstalk Special includes a durable O-ring chain in high-wear locations to withstand the harsh conditions of cornstalk baling. For more information, call a local dealer or 800-370-3659, or visit www.vermeer.com.
ROTARY COMBINE—Buhler Versatile Inc., now offers the Versatile RT490 rotary combine, featuring a rotating concave rotary system. The 360-degree concave counter rotates to the rotor for increased capacity, better productivity and reduced loss. It ensures the entire thresher and separator area is used. A 4-stage feeder house with an inclined chamber replaces the traditional feeder housing with four feeding beaters. This increases processing stability and productivity. For more information, call 888-524-1003, or visit www.versatile-ag.com.
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