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According to a recent online poll, most forage producers prefer to wait for new technologies to become cost-effective or until they know more about how things work before they will invest in them.

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U.S. ag equipment manufacturers and dealers saw a modest increase in combines and tractors in August, but they’re not ready to throw caution to the wind.

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The biggest question emerging from the 2019 forage growing season in many parts of the country concerns quality, whether it’s dry hay, haylage or corn silage. Plentiful supplies of lower-quality forage are pressuring prices, but buyers seem willing to pay for quality – if they can find it.

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CLAAS of America announces additions to line of balers and hay tools

CLAAS of America announced additions to its range of balers and hay tools. New offerings include the Disco 4000 TRC mower-conditioner, Rollant 520 round baler and Volto 55 TH tedder.

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While growing season weather’s impact on yield and quality test scores is a primary standard, school is still out on a few extracurriculars – like tariff wars and a dairy recovery – yet to determine hay markets entering autumn.

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