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See the future of farming at National Farm Machinery Show

If you want to know the next big equipment trends in farming, you will find them at the National Farm Machinery Show (NFMS) in Louisville, Ky. Manufacturers use this show to introduce their latest machinery and new technology.

Last year, Geringhoff revealed its concept corn head designed to harvest corn from any direction regardless of row spacing. During an unveiling, a large crowd of farmers watched and listened to company representatives explain the new technology. If you attend the NFMS, you’ll be able to see new equipment like the corn head and ask questions firsthand. The show has more opportunities from which you can learn what’s new in the industry. Farm Industry News hosts seminars about new product trends. This year, we are hitting four hot topics for crop farmers.

New combine technology, Wednesday, Feb. 13, 1 p.m. This will be a roundup of the newest combines and their latest high-tech features.

Equipment solutions for herbicide resistance, Thursday, Feb. 14, 1 p.m. – Herbicide-resistant weeds have become a major issue for growers. We’ll take a look at the new equipment solutions for controlling resistance.

High-horsepower 4-wd tractors, Thursday, Feb. 14, 4 p.m. – The high-horsepower 4-wd tractor market continues to be a strong equipment category. The major manufacturers will present their latest lineup of new models.

Robotic technology on the farm, Friday, Feb. 15, 1 p.m. – The technology to robotically operate farm equipment has arrived, and manufacturers are revealing their concept vehicles. Company representatives will discuss how these new autonomous vehicles work and when the vehicles will be commercialized.

Hope to see you in Louisville!

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Note: This is Karen McMahon's editor letter to the readers of the February issue of Farm Industry News magazine.


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