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Make life on the farm easier with these products

What’s New: Here are tools and equipment that may deserve a closer look for your operation.

What’s new under the sun? If you’re into agriculture, it’s a long list. And perhaps there is more variety in this slideshow of new products than any you’ve seen so far. It’s a wide range of products that are each deserving of a good look if they fit your needs.

Related: Useful products for jobs around the farm

For example, if you aren’t satisfied with how you currently get soybeans to the planter or drill in the field, examine the HSC240 bulk-style seed cart from HitchDoc. It’s powered by hydraulics and features a wireless remote to control functions during loading your planter or drill. It can unload 800 pounds per minute, and you can add an optional scales to keep better track of how much seed you’ve planted.

KSi offers a seed treater to treat those soybeans before you are ready to haul them to the field to plant. Known for its grain and seed conveyors, KSi also specializes in producing high-quality, accurate seed-treating equipment.

Dixie Chopper is back in full swing, offering a new residential zero-turn mower, the Zee 2 HP, plus a traditional lineup of products. There are new ATV and UTV models to choose from made by various companies as well.

And just when you thought there couldn’t possibly be anything new you hadn’t thought about, Shivvers unveils a prototype of a completely new type of product. It may look like a miniature grain bin, but it’s not. The company is perfecting a drying system for hemp, the new crop on the block in parts of the U.S.

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