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  • Dec 6, 2012
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    Forensic marker dogs on trail of metal thieves

    Welcome to the golden age of copper theft. For thieves, copper is the trump card, and its value has steadily risen since 2002, when the value dipped to approximately 60 cents per pound. Stolen copper now brings well over $3 per pound. Mick Swindells, a retired policeman from England, has taken a boots-on-the-ground approach to metal theft prevention and trained a dog to detect forensic markers on metal....More
  • Jul 11, 2012
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    Case IH bringing mid-sized Farmall, 100A Series, to hay and forage market

    One of the earliest memories of many of today’s older generation of farmers is the Farmall B tractor. A few years ago, Case IH brought back the Farmall brand for its small utility tractors and is now expanding into a mid-size line. The company’s Tim Mills talked about the new product line in this interview at a trade show earlier this year....More
  • Jul 11, 2012
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    John Deere addressing module identification issue with new Harvest ID system

    John Deere's new Harvest ID system could help growers with increase in modules from its 7760 round-bale building picker....More
  • Jul 5, 2012
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    Deere’s new FarmSight technology is as much a strategy as a product

    John Deere building FarmSight technology to help farmers to next level of productivity....More
  • Jul 2, 2012
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    John Deere executive says company is on the edge of the next big change

    John Deere has recorded a number of milestones in its 175-year history, starting with the development of the first self-scouring plow. One of the most important occurred in 1918 with its purchase of the Waterloo, Iowa, Gas Engine Co. Deere’s David Everitt talked about the purchase and the implications for the introduction of its new FarmSight technology at a meeting of ag journalists and security analysts in Des Moines, Iowa....More
  • May 21, 2012
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    U.S. ag tire market gets a new entry with European flair

    Rising sales of U.S. farm equipment has increased the demand for ag tires. A company that has been around in Europe for decades has decided to step into that market with a new plant in Charles City, Iowa. Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Mitas CEO Jaroslav Cechura discussed the new entry at a grand opening ceremony for the $52 million plant....More
  • May 4, 2012
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    Agricultural demand creating ‘white hot market’ for ag tires

    Higher corn and soybean prices have created increased demand for agricultural equipment and that demand is backing up all the way through the supply chain. One area where that has been felt is the agricultural tire sector where companies have been challenged to fill orders....More
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