Case IH’s 600 Series Automatic Applicator System is compatible with the company’s large square balers. It integrates with the Case IH AFS Pro 700 control center for precise application of preservative without the need for another monitor in the cab. The system’s sensors determine hay moisture content, baling speed in terms of tonnage, preservative application rate and total tons baled. For each field, it can keep track of date and time of baling, number of tons baled, product used and moisture levels.
Grouser Products’ AG 240 row-crop blade, an upgrade to its AG 220 model, features a new mounting system that provides higher ground clearance and a single-lever attachment system. The blade can be attached and detached quickly and offers a new parallel lift system that keeps the blade closer to the tractor for precise control of material. An optional weight carrier bracket allows users to quickly attach and detach weight packages.
The 54”-tall blade is available in 12-16’ widths and is compatible with a wide range of tractor brands.
The 525-60 compact telescopic handler from JCB offers the performance of a full-size model. With a maximum lift height of 20’ and load capacity of 5,500 lbs, the telehandler is 5’10” wide and 6’3” tall. Its side-engine-mount design allows for a low boom pivot point for maximum stability and increased visibility. Powered by a Tier 4 Final, 2.5-liter JCB by Kohler diesel engine, the model has a travel speed of up to 16 mph.
Bobcat debuts five Brushcat rotary cutter attachments, used to cut overgrown grass, brush or small trees and transform undergrowth into mulch. They can be used on various loaders, including select skid-steer loaders and compact track loaders. The cutters offer a standard 3” cutting height; an optional kit to increase height to 4” is also available. The oscillating deck enables the attachment to follow ground contours.
Two portable Cattle Maxx Rollermill Mixers, from Art’s Way Manufacturing Co., are the 105-bu model 6105 and 165-bu model 6530. The 6105 comes with a 20” roll, while the 6530 has a 30” roll. Each comes with the choice of a flat-groove roll for grain crimping or cracking, or a sharp-groove roll to increase mill capacity. Magnets within the mill collect tramp metal to minimize damage. The models’ optional scale system improves feed formulation accuracy.
An aerial imaging drone with a range of camera options, called the eBee Ag, is available from senseFly, a Swiss manufacturer. The eBee Ag allows users to select the area to map using supplied software, launch the drone and let it do the rest. The drone comes with software for flight planning and for image processing and analysis. With a maximum flight time of 45 minutes, it can photograph up to 2,470 acres/flight.
Whether you're looking for harvesting, pasture renovation or feeding and handling equipment, consider these options.
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