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Browse the latest new product releases in the forage industry, from mowers, choppers, balers and rakes to precision technology and mobile apps.

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Bobcat Company introduces R2-Series compact excavators with new design, performance and comfort enhancements

R2-Series pack the digging power of a larger machine into a compact frame that can fit into compact jobsites. Plus, new R2-Series excavators have been redesigned to deliver enhanced performance, control and efficiency.

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Case IH introduces large square baler accumulator lineup

To provide more options for livestock producers, Case IH is adding a lineup of large square baler accumulators to its hay and forage equipment portfolio.

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Hesston by Massey Ferguson introduces Bale Link bale management app

Hesston by Massey Ferguson, the industry-leading hay equipment brand from AGCO introduces an app that allows hay producers to identify each bale via an attached radio-frequency identification (RFID) chip, then track the bale and its production information from the field on a tablet or smartphone. The app is available for Android and iOS.

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Kinze Manufacturing and Ag Leader Technology introduce new high-speed planting technology

Kinze Manufacturing has developed a new high-speed meter and seed tube to provide row crop farmers with accurate seed placement at speeds up to 12 miles per hour. The new planter technology, called True Speed, is planned for introduction in the 2021 planting season.

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BFGoodrich tires introduces first U.S.-made farm tire for implements

With an off-road legacy traced to motorsports and desert racing, BFGoodrich commercial tires now brings the brand’s legendary performance, durability and resilience to the farm with the launch of a new long-wearing, robust agricultural implement tire – the BFGoodrich Implement Control – to help American farmers protect soil quality and maximize yields.

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