Avishay Novoplanski, co-founder of Galileo Wheel, explains how the AgriCup wheel, debuted at the 2019 Farm Progress Show, provides a larger footprint, less compaction, better traction and enhanced lateral stability.
Peter Goodge, product manager for KUHN, introduces the new 9400NT no-till drill at the 2019 Farm Progress Show. The drill featuring Helica meter design, smooth drop tubes and heavy-duty PRO openers for more precise seed flow, consistent seed depth and more even seed spacing.
Derek Allensworth, marketing manager for Yetter Mfg., discusses the benefits of the new 2969 IntelliNject Fertilizer Opener debuted at the 2019 Farm Progress Show. The IntelliNject places 2 bands of fertilizer behind the closing wheels up to 1.5” deep and 2-3” off the row and utilizes an air cylinder for in-cab adjustments to downforce or to raise the unit when not in use.
Tactical Marketing Manager Andrew Sunderman with AGCO presents a wide variety of Fendt Tractors at the 2019 Farm Progress Show. With over ten tractors on display, including the new Fendt 900 series, AGCO show off their latest in a long line of tractor innovations.
Unverferth Product Manager Shawn Gerdeman announces the recent acquisition of the Blu-Jet line at the 2019 Farm Progress Show. This established fertilizer and tillage line proves a positive
addition to the Unverferth umbrella of products.
Jay Dahl, Welding/Fabrication-Sales at Calmer Corn Heads, introduces Calmer Corn Heads' 12-Row, 30-Inch corn head and explains the advantages of using the 10-Blade BT Chopper Chopping Roll for combining corn. He also talks about the adjustments they made on the corn head when combining downed corn after the August 2020 wind storms.
The Summit, formerly known as the Conservation Tillage Conference (CTC), features keynote speakers, breakout sessions, table talks and vendor booths. Attendees who stay for the entire conference will be offered CCA continuing education units (CEUs).
Finding solutions to the problems farmers face is what inspired Harry and Etta Yetter to open a small machine shop in west central Illinois in the 1930s. Today, four generations later, Yetter continues the tradition of solving agricultural problems to meet the needs of producers all over the world.
Needham Ag understands the role of technology in making better use of limited resources within a specific environment by drawing on a wealth of global experience to overcome the challenges facing today's farmers, manufacturers and dealers.