AGCO has introduced a standardized classification system for small and large square balers during the 2017 National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville. The square baler classification system places balers in Class 1 through Class 8. This new system defines the capabilities of balers in each class by rated plunger load and their most appropriate uses so producers will be better able to choose the right baler for their needs.
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At the 2019 Plugfest event in Lincoln, Neb., Andrew Olliver with the Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF) shares some recent and upcoming improvements to the organization's ongoing efforts to improve ag equipment compatibility through conformance testing and databasing of ISOBUS certified machinery.
Attendees will be able to learn about and participate in discussions on a variety of initiatives geared toward enabling the industry's transition to digital agriculture; the meeting also features many valuable networking opportunities.
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