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Another NFMS edition of the Machinery Newsletter coming to inboxes

Another NFMS edition of the Machinery Newsletter coming to inboxes

Farmers can expect to see it on April 1

By Farms.com

Readers of Farms.com’s weekly Machinery Newsletter are in for a special treat – just in time for the Easter long weekend.

Arriving in subscriber inboxes on Monday, April 1 will be another special edition of the newsletter dedicated to the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS).

“We had more than 4,700 people open the first special NFMS newsletter we sent out last week,” said Ryan Ridley, digital marketing and PR manager with Farms.com. “We’re excited to bring farmers a new batch of content about the equipment they can use to be successful on the farm.”

Ridley and his team traveled to the NFMS in Louisville, Ky., in February and conducted more than 70 video interviews with machinery reps and other industry experts.

Here’s a few examples of the equipment and technology farmers can learn about when the special newsletter hits inboxes early next week.

Noah Pendry, a field marketing specialist for New Holland Agriculture, for example, will discuss the company’s new Pro-Belt 450 baler.

This round baler comes with IntelliBale, which automates the stopping, bale wrapping, tailgate raising and lowering functions of the baling process.

Fendt has introduced a new size option on its Momentum planters.

Kirby Woods, a product specialist with Fendt, talks about the new 30’ size and how it’s ideal for maneuverability.

And Cory Buchs, a senior product director at Trimble, introduces farmers to Bilberry.

Bilberry's Intelligent Spot Spraying System can be added to an existing sprayer to enable spot spraying of weeds in Green-on-Brown and Green-on-Green applications.

This technology can scan and analyze fields in real-time using AI and machine learning—with incredible accuracy.

If you’re not a subscriber to the Machinery Newsletter, visit the Farms.com Agriculture Newsletter page to sign up for it, or any other free newsletters.


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