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Getting a clean cut

New mowers offer range of features and easier maintenance too.

By the Penton Ag Show Team

Maintaining both the farmstead and areas around fields takes work, and farmers know that landowners like to see well-manicured properties. The Penton Ag Farm Show team found a fair share of mowing tools during the fall farm show season. These are useful tools, and the team reports that one key issue is that most manufacturers are aiming for easier maintenance too.

Of course a few other items may have snuck into this list too, so check out the gallery to learn more about these machines. And if you're interested in more information, return here for links to the companies.

The Penton Ag Farm Show Team includes Tom Bechman, Indiana Prairie Farmer; Mindy Ward, Missouri Ruralist; Lon Tonneson, Dakota Farmer; and Curt Arens, Nebraska Farmer.

Here are the product links:

Visit Farm King at farm-king.com

Get more information from Great Plains at greatplainsag.com

Visit Bush Hog at bushhog.com

Learn more from Rhino at rhinoag.com

Visit Schulte at schulte.ca

Visit Jenkins Iron and Steel at jenkinsironandsteel.com

Check out Walker Mowers at walkermowers.com

Visit Land Pride at landpride.com

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