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Reichhardt Now Offers Green Fit

The system is an interface that utilizes the same monitor and user interface that AutoTrac users want. The Green Fit interface eliminates the burden of learning and converting to a new steering system when buying another equipment brand.
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Compatibility Update: Developers Optimistic as Farmers Anticipate ISOBUS Innovation

AEF developers preview the future of ISOBUS, while farmers share their success stories and frustrations coordinating equipment.
The relationship between manufacturers and farmers has never been seamless, yet in an industry where the complexity of precision services and equipment setups continues to escalate, the two sides need to be on the same page more than ever.
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[Video] John Deere Releases 60-Foot 1895 Air Seeder Model

At the John Deere seeding equipment preview event in Valley City, ND, Product Manager Emily Klemmer highlights the John Deere 60-foot 1895 Air Seeder, recently released in Feb. 2018. Constructed to be 40% wider than the previous largest model, the drill includes 33-inch mainframe tires, designed to work independently across hilly terrain for even pressure across the soil. The release also includes TruSet compatible technology, which allows for incab depth adjustment on seed placement, and RelativeFlow, which alerts users of potential tower blockages in real-time.
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[Video] John Deere Introduces 76-Foot 1870 Air Seeder Model

At the John Deere seeding equipment preview event in Valley City, ND, Product Manager Tyler Rumbold breaks down key features of the newly introduced John Deere 76-foot 1870 Air Seeder. Constructed to be 24 feet wider than the previous largest model, the drill includes seed opener modifications to optimize nutrient uptake. The release also includes TruSet compatible technology, which allows for in-cab depth adjustment on seed placement, and RelativeFlow, which alerts users of potential tower blockages in real-time.
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Banking on Data-Driven Results to Reduce Nitrogen Needs

An annual investment in fertility benchmarking combined with an evolving strip-till system has increased yields and lowered per-bushel N ratios for Chris Armstrong.
North Bend, Neb. strip-tiller Chris Armstrong was just over the age of 30 when he made the switch to strip-till in 2014. That first year, he also decided to enroll in the Pioneer Encirca nutrient management program, investing $10 per acre in creating a database with a goal of more accurately applying fertilizer based on field-specific prescriptions.
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John Deere Receives Ag Data Transparent Seal of Approval

The manufacturer received the American Farm Bureau Ag Data Transparent (ADT) certification, which verifies to producers that a technology provider or product is in compliance with specific core principles for ag data ownership, consent and privacy.
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