At the 2019 National Farm Machinery Show, which kicked off today in Louisville, New Holland Agriculture unveiled its revamped GENESIS T8 Series tractor.
Small farming operations will soon be getting a hand in precision agriculture productivity thanks to a new product from AgJunction. This week the autosteering company unveiled Wheelman, a new way for farmers to automatically and accurately steer farm equipment at a price that pays back in just one season for farmers working as few as […]
Raven Industries, a leader in the application control market, is joining forces with Farmers Edge on a new marketing and collaboration agreement. The two companies are working together to develop new precision agriculture technologies that will rapidly increase expansion of Farmers Edge digital agronomy and risk management solutions in key markets. The collaboration leverages the […]
AgJunction, a global leader in advanced guidance and autosteering, has opened HandsFreeFarm.com — an online store to bring low-cost, simple-to-use precision ag solutions direct to all farmers. To launch the online store, AgJunction introduced RANGER, precision farming made simple with an easy-to-install and use guidance system for under a thousand dollars. “The launch of our […]
It’s day 2 at the National Farm Machinery Show and it sure isn’t slowing down! AGDAILY is live this week at the 52-year old show, checking out the most complete selection of cutting-edge agricultural products, equipment, and services available in the farming industry. Here’s whats trending on social media from #NFMS17: How've I gone […]
When it comes to precision agriculture technology, the market place is getting competitive and it can be difficult to know which new technology fits your farm. AGDAILY media had the opportunity to sit down with Joel Wipperfurth, Winfield United Ag Technology Applications Lead, at the National Association of Farm Broadcasting convention in Kansas City. Wipperfurth […]
Making the most of precision tools was the running theme at the Virginia event, held at the land-grant university’s research facility, Kentland Farm.