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Grain Dryers DMF Series-Delux Mfg Co 308-237-2274


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Delux Grain Dryers, Kearney, Neb., has introduced its DMF Series "screenless" dryer. Offered in five different models, a new design offers either full heat or dry and cool operation. The mixed flow design provides efficient operation while preserving grain quality with a quiet operation. The dryers are available with the MoistureLink controller for accurate moisture control. For more information, call 800-658-3240 or visit www.deluxmfg.com.


Area's Largest Agriculture Exposition is coming Back to the CenturyLink Center-Omaha-Mid-America Expositions Inc 402-345-8003


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The Triumph of Agriculture Exposition Farm and Ranch Machinery Show will be in March at the CenturyLink Center, Omaha, Neb., Tenth and Capitol Avenue, near Interstate 480. The 48th annual show will have agricultural innovations, equipment and supplies with more than 900 exhibits for farmers, ranchers, and their spouses to visit on one level. The farm show is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 12, 2014, and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. March 13. Advance free admission tickets can be obtained from exhibitors, county Extension agents, farm machinery and equipment dealers or at the CenturyLink Center-Omaha door. The Triumph of Ag Expo offers continuous demonstrations and on-site parking. In addition to the latest equipment, products, and services, there will be seminars, craft items and displays and antique farm tractors and equipment. The Triumph of Ag Expo is produced by Mid-America Expositions, Inc., Omaha, and is sponsored by the Mid-America Farm and Ranch Machinery Council. For more information, call 800-475-SHOW or visit www.showofficeonline.com.


Grain Handling Equipment Construction Company-Jade Millwrights, Inc 785-544-7771


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Making customers happy is the No. 1 goal at Jade Millwrights, said Dale Elliott, who co-owns the firm with his son, Jeremy Dolisi. Jade Millwrights, Hiawatha, Kan., specializes in building grain storage and grain handling system--regardless of whether it is a single grain bin, multi-bin setup or complete elevator system. In 2007, Jade Millwrights expanded its design expertise to include all-steel buildings. Elliott and Dolisi have more than 35 years' experience in the grain-handling business. Clients can see layout drawings and designs to visualize their project before work begins. The design staff has more than 27 years of experience, ranging from commercial to on-farm projects. A maintenance crew can help clients with repair needs, as well as retrofit an existing system and integrate new equipment to make grain flow more efficient. For more information, call 785-544-7771 or visit www.jademillwrights.com.


Agriculture Equipment - 1st anniversary for Carrico Implement-Carrico Implement 866-522-9600


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Carrico Implement has celebrated the first anniversary of its 54,000-square-foot John Deere farm equipment dealership in Ellsworth, Kan. The new location has benefited growers in Ellsworth and Saline counties in central Kansas, officials said. Along with a full line of new and used John Deere equipment, customers will find sales, parts and service for Landoll tillage, Haybuster products, J&M Grain Carts, Stihl and Honda-powered equipment and generators. Carrico has two other Kansas dealer locations in Beloit and Hays. For more information, call 866-522-9600 or visit www.carricoimplement.com.


Seed treatment offers help to protect against pest-Syngenta 336-632-6215

A missing piece to soybean pest control will be available to Midwestern growers in 2014. Greensboro, N.C.-based Syngenta introduces Clariva Complete Beans nematicide/insecticide/fungicide, an on-seed application of separately registered products that adds a revolutionary nematicide to the market-leading broad-spectrum seed treatment of CruiserMaxx Beans with Vibrance insecticide/fungicide. [Read More]


Loaders, Post Pounder/Puller, Bale Caddie Accumulator-Koyker Mfg 800-456-1107


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Koyker Manufacturing, Inc. builds front-end loaders and attachments that are made in the United States. Koyker, of Lennox, S.D., has built its reputation on manufacturing loaders for major tractor brands, including: John Deere, Kubota, McCormick, New Holland and Case IH. Innovative products recently added to the Koyker line-up include the FlexStor grain bagger, FlexStor grain unloader, FlexStor grain bags, FlexStor vac attach and FlexStor augervac. For more information, call 800-456-1107 or visit www.koykermfg.com.


Quickly Connect With Kansas Soybean Online, on the Go-Kansas Soybean Assn 877-577-6923


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People interested in soybeans include farmers, grocery shoppers, livestock feeders, and biodiesel and other bio-based product users. The Kansas Soybean Commission and Kansas Soybean Association have unveiled a couple of technological advances to give followers faster access to information. The groups' shared website at http://KansasSoybeans.org underwent a redesign and reorganization earlier this year. Financial support from the United Soybean Board facilitated technical assistance from a leading agricultural marketing and communications firm. The site now operates on the WordPress platform and provides timely program and industry information in a modern, easier-to-navigate format. The Kansas Soybean mobile app recently became available for iPhone, iPad and Android devices. For more information, visit http://KansasSoybeans.mobapp.at or www.KansasSoybeans.org.


Custom Design and Manufactured Steel Buildings-Lucas Metal Works 918-535-2726


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Founded in 1968 as a custom metal works shop, Lucas Metal Works, Ochelata, Okla., now has five separate divisions. The company is diversified in multiple industries such as the farm equipment industry with the introduction of the disc mower caddy, scraper, hay bale unroller, pallet forks, hay spears, tree puller, rock bucket and heavy duty grapples. In 1996, Lucas began manufacturing the arena tool--the Ground Hog. Lucas' core division is custom design and manufactured steel buildings for ranch, farm, residential and commercial industries. Lucas has energy efficient metal roofing panels and a catalog of building components and accessories. Lucas offers products for contractors and weekend do-it-yourselfers. For more information, call 866-689-8904 or visit www.lucasmetalworks.com.


Unveils redesigned ergonomic cab in 2014 Apache Sprayers-Equipment Technologies 800-861-2142


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Mooresville, Ind.-based Equipment Technologies' 2014 line of Apache sprayers create an ergonomic cab that can deliver applications at the fingertips of the operator. Equipped with pre-installed dashboard apps displayed on a 7-inch interactive color touchscreen, the ET Pilot System puts the operator in control. He can track transmission, fuel economy, slope readouts and engine torque output. The operator can use a rearview camera, run a diagnostic report on the machine's transmission and undertake precision options. Equipped in 2014 Apache cabs, are “plug-and-play” ISOBUS technology that allow owners to connect any ISOBUS-compatible field computer system to the ET Pilot System. Standard design enhancements include: operator foot throttle, audio-infotainment system, re-optimized heating and air conditioning system and multiple in-cab storage compartments. Customizable factory installed options include: custom leather seat with heated seat controls, fill station flow meter, improved chemical mixture process, high output lighting package and Raven Viper 4 field computer. For more information, see a dealer or visit www.etsprayers.com.


Miller Nitro -Simpson Frm is now a Miller Dealer for the state of Kansas-Simpson Farm Enterprises Inc 888-228-3611


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Simpson Farm Enterprises, Inc., which has central Kansas stores in Ransom, Great Bend, Hays and Beloit, has been assigned the dealership for Miller Nitro field sprayers as well as GC40 and GC75 Condors. Marketing to both agricultural and commercial applicators, Miller St. Nazianz officials said Simpson Farm Enterprises is the ideal dealer. Jeff Boos, Miller territory manager, will work with the dealerships to help them introduce the Miller Nitro 5000 Series and Condor. In addition to the Miller sprayer line, Simpson Farm Enterprises is a dealer for Equipment Technologies that builds the Apache Sprayer. For more information, contact one of the Simpson locations or visit www.simpsonfarm.com.


Restoring interior of tractor cab has health benefit, company says-Fehr Cab Interiors 815-692-3355

According to recent health studies, it is estimated a third of United States farmers suffer from hearing loss. Farmers spend long harvest time hours working in tractor cabs that are louder than necessary, which can cause long-term hearing loss, according to officials from a Fairbury, Ill.-based company.

Fehr Cab Interiors can help make the cab environment become quieter and cleaner. If a tractor is more than 15 years old, the owner may want to look at restoration.

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Real Estate Auctions-CJ Auctions 918-550-8118


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CJ Auctions, LLC, is a real estate auction company based in Tulsa, Okla. Co-founders Ronn Cunningham and Eric Johnson have a combined 40 years experience in the business. CJ Auctions specialize in farm and ranch properties and the company offers solutions for liquidating property for clients. For more information, call 918-550-8118 or visit www.cj-auctions.com.


Kinze 4900 Planter-Kinze Manufacturing 319-668-1300


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With a narrow transport front-fold frame design, 30-inch row spacing, and a choice of 12, 16, or 24 rows, the Kinze 4900 planter has a seed meter that offers 99 percent accuracy at speeds from 2 to 8 miles per hour. The meter is available with contact drive, hydraulic drive and electric product made by Kinze Manufacturing Inc., Williamsburg, Iowa. A high torque, 24-volt motors allow for precise seed rate control by row. Farmers will get consistent seed spacing from the inside row to the outside row--even on tight radius turns and contours. With the bulk fill tank design, the 16- and 24-row planters offer 120-bushel capacity while the 12-row offers 90-bushel capacity. The planter frame incorporates hydraulic weight transfer, which minimizes potential compaction and ensures the row units provide a consistent seed depth while moving across the field. Engineers incorporated a flip-axle option the 24-row planter to reduce hitch weight and make it easy to move in and out of fields. The toolbar has been raised to provide higher in-field clearance. For more information, contact a dealer or visit www.Kinze.com.


Vemeer Reveals new Mower Conditioner Line - MC2800, MC3300 and MC3700-Vermeer Corporation 641-621-8339


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Vermeer, of Pella, Iowa, has introduced a mower conditioner line that combines productivity, flexibility and convenience into one package. Three models are available--the MC2800 (9.1 feet), MC3300 (10.5 feet) and MC3700 (12 feet) mower conditioners. A Q3 cutter bar requires less horsepower while providing shear protection. The modular, shaft-driven Q3 cutter bar helps make this line more fuel-efficient with minimal gear-to-gear interface, requiring less horsepower than gear bed style cutter bars. Innovations simplify changing blades and repairing a sheared device. Operators can customize suspension settings for their specific field conditions with a simple turn of a lever, resulting in less cutter bar weight on the ground and less stress on the header. An option of either a steel roller or v-tine conditioner is available on the models. For more information, contact a dealer or visit www.vermeer.com.


Iowa planter manufacturer launches 'sparks of innovation'-Kinze Manufacturing inc 319-277-1710

Kinze Manufacturing, Inc. is launching a blog called “Sparks of Innovation.”

The blog will feature stories and information from all the departments within Kinze Manufacturing, Williamsburg, Iowa, and will focus on the spirit of innovation that has driven the company since its start. Bloggers will include company leaders and will occasionally feature additional employees who have a story to tell.

&8220;The ideas and innovation behind our products affect the way we operate. The narrative of how my dad started our business in 1965 continues to resonate with our employees and customers today,” said Susanne (Kinzenbaw) Veatch, vice president and chief marketing officer. “Our new blog will enable us to continue to tell the Kinze story to our customers and partners.”

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