A huge crowd gathered in Louisville once again for the overwhelming
National Farm Machinery Show that offered plenty to see and ample opportunities for walking. Here are some photo and audio highlights from the show. Grain carts keep getting bigger every year. Cover crops were a hot topic at the show, including these at Indiana-Ohio Agri Service. SI Distributing had a variety of precision agriculture tools on display. Andrew Rehm, from Wayne County, enjoyed the Case display. The Lely Astronaut robotic milker always draws a crowd. This tool from Salford offers many options with one pass, including seeding cover crops. Precision technology was of great interest at the show. Great Plains had its new Simba-Express on display. There are several updates with the Challenger Series of tractors, including the engine. The John Deere planter was a popular attraction at the show. Horsch has expanded its Joker tillage line with the new HD series. It has 20 percent larger blades, increased blade spacing and other features designed for high residue and extreme soil conditions. J & M had their popular grain cart with extended reach on display. Kinze® Manufacturing, Inc. featured the 3660 12 row and 16 row planters with electric drive. Ty Higgins interviews Denny Stroo with Case.
Denny Stroo with
Case IH talks with The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins about the new Farmall 100A. NFMS Denny Stroo
Jason Hardy with
New Holland visits with Ohio’s Country Journal’s Matt Reese about his company’s acquisition of Miller. Jason Hardy New Holland AGCO’s Ash Alt discusses the updates on the Challenger series of tractors. Ash Alt AGCO Salford’s Anson Boak gives the details on a fully loaded tillage tool that includes a cover crop seeder. Anson Boak Salford Encirca Services recently added a new product to their line, called Encirca Yield Stand. CSA Andrew Bond gives Ty Higgins all of the details. Andrew Bond
Matt Hutcheson from
Seed Consultants talks about new corn products for 2015. NFMS Matt Hutcheson Beck’s Hybrids Kurt Karsh talks about meeting new customers in Louisville and potential ones that will come with the expansion of his company. NFMS Kurt Karsh