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Fourth special edition NFMS Machinery Newsletter arriving Monday

Fourth special edition NFMS Machinery Newsletter arriving Monday

The issue will highlight products from MacDon, Brandt, Horsch and more

By is excited for subscribers of its Machinery Newsletter to receive a fourth special edition newsletter on Monday, April 22.

The newsletter continues to highlight products and technologies a team highlighted at the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) in Louisville, Ky., in February.

In total, the team conducted more than 70 video interviews with industry reps, and are working hard to bring that content to you.

“More than 4,500 of you engaged with the previous NFMS newsletter from last week,” said Ryan Ridley, digital marketing and PR manager with “The production of the videos and the outgoing newsletters are a true team effort and we’re excited to see the response thus far.”

Each newsletter highlights nine pieces of equipment, technologies or initiatives documented at NFMS.

Here’s a sneak peek at some of the content readers can expect.

Equipment safety is an important topic, and one demonstration provides a refresher on how to be safe in a tractor.

Dale Dobson, the safety administrator with the Kentucky Department of Agriculture, shows how a ROPS and wearing a seatbelt save lives.

Mark Zastrow, a product manager with MacDon, provides an overview of the company’s new FC Series FlexCorn Header.

Its wings are able to travel 15 degrees, giving 44 inches of movement in a 12-row and 61 inches in a 16-row configuration.

And Kyle Bennett, a sales manager with Brandt, discusses the manufacturer’s high-speed disc lineup.

The sizes range from 16’ to 45’,and can be customized to suit individual needs with different blade and basket options.

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

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