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Bringing bulk buying power to the farm

Going bigger also often means going bulk on your operation. And more companies are stepping up with tools and technologies to maximize how you handle bulk products. In this gallery, we've rounded up some bulk handling products from the fall farm shows that might be just right for your 2014 season.

We start off with a few bulk seed handling tools you might consider deploying on your farm. With bulk seed buying becoming more the norm, handling those big boxes is important if you're planning to deliver seed to that planter in a timely fashion.

You'll also find bulk fuel handling options from storage to ways to get fuel from tank to field. That big tractor pulling your planter isn't much good sitting idle waiting for a fuel fill. These bulk-handling tools offer you some options when it comes to managing fuel delivery to your farm's fleet. Those images are in the last half of this gallery.

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As you look for ways to maximize your buying power, bulk handling of fuel and seed may be the best way to go. Check out the options in this gallery to learn more. We've got the contact information you need to link up with the supplier too.

Images and information from this came from the Farm Progress team of editors who cover fall shows including Tom Bechman, Josh Flint, Tyler Harris and Lon Tonneson.

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