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It’s Seventh Heaven – another NFMS Machinery newsletter coming

It’s Seventh Heaven – another NFMS Machinery newsletter coming

The newsletter arrives in inboxes on Monday, May 13

By Farms.com

Subscribers to Farms.com’s Machinery Newsletter will receive another special edition newsletter – the seventh – dedicated to the National Farm Machinery Show.

A team from Farms.com attended the show in February and conducted more than 70 interviews with industry reps about new equipment and upgrades available for farmers.

Since the show, that same team has been working to edit and finalize those videos for producers.

“Not only are we working on the seventh National Farm Machinery Show edition of the newsletter, but it’s the seventh one in a row,” said Ryan Ridley, digital marketing and PR manager with Farms.com. “This highlights how important it is for us to bring these videos to farmers as they consider the next investments on their operations.”

Here’s a glimpse at some of the equipment featured in the upcoming newsletter.

Dan Anderson with Crary takes viewers through the Revolution Ditcher.

This piece of machinery can throw dirt up to 175 feet. In addition, it has a 6.5’ diameter rotor and a protected driveline and gearbox clutch.

Morgan Dietrich from Case IH lets farmers know about a new suspension coming in 2025.

The Steiger Quadtrac Heavy-Duty Suspension provides a much smoother ride for the operator — making those long days in the field more comfortable.

And Andrew Pierce, a rep from Ag Leader Technology, provides an overview of TurnPath.

This new automated turning feature allows you to maximize productivity in the field by providing a seamless turn at each headland.

The Machinery Newsletter arrives in inboxes on Monday, May 13.

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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