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31 unique products from CES

Interesting tools for the farm, around the farm and even for the rural lifestyle show up at the big Vegas show.

Willie Vogt

January 31, 2022

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CES, formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show, is chock-full of interesting tools, technologies and ideas. Farm Progress has featured big items like the new John Deere autonomous tractor and that electric compact track loader from Bobcat, but the show offers a wide range of other ideas.

During two special events — CES Unveiled and Pepcom — we scoped out some interesting new products beyond the normal TVs and electric cars. We also spent time in Eureka Park, where a lot of startups are at work. The gallery with this story shows off some farm-related, or rather farm-adjacent, items worth a look.

We go farther, knowing that farmers are people, too, with out-of-the-cab needs for new tech. From an electric "track cycle" for the snow to a range of smart dog collars designed to manage pet health, the list of what we're showing is pretty diverse.

We even found a smartphone with a keyboard for those of you not interested in typing on the screen, or the car charge that ties into your current home dryer's 220-volt outlet. Yeah, it's a diverse gallery worth perusing.

For the real tech-heads, there are some interesting computer devices — but we even found a device that might find a welcome place on the counter in the farm office, where doing dishes is a pain.

CES is a treasure trove of offbeat ideas, and Farm Progress worked to round them up here.

Note: Not all these items are in the market yet, but are headed to market in the next year. Checking out the websites for more information will help there. But like our farm show editors' finds, this is a roundup of those things we found to be very interesting. And they show some trends in how startups are thinking.

Click through the gallery to check out these new products. You might find something you can't live without.

About the Author(s)

Willie Vogt

Willie Vogt has been covering agricultural technology for more than 40 years, with most of that time as editorial director for Farm Progress. He is passionate about helping farmers better understand how technology can help them succeed, when appropriately applied.

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