Items Tagged with 'Forage'


Conversations with Ag Equipment's Entrepreneurs

German Manufacturer Krone Prioritizes Quality Control With Growth

Krone shares on the Spelle, Germany, based international manufacturer's 112-year history, including its decision to focus on forage
For Bernard Krone, fourth generation owner and CEO of Krone Company, keeping the company tidy and in the family has paid off in continued success for a company that has been filled with moving parts throughout the years — from agricultural machines to commercial vehicles. Focusing solely on hay and forage equipment today, its North American operations are based out of Memphis.
Read More

Feed Quality Demand Drives Haying Innovations

Maximizing ROI in feed production while increasing flexibility in harvest operations are major trends in equipment demand and design.
The end-user, whether it be the cow or the cattle feeder, is becoming more important to hay and forage producers, and because of that, the equipment in the hay meadow is changing.
Read More

Versatility of Hay Rakes Continues to Evolve

"If money were no object, what I tell people who come into the dealership with questions about which rake is best for producing quality hay is they need about three different rakes to have the right one on any given day," says Ryan Parker of Parker & Sons Equipment in Claypool, Ind. In addition to operating a shortline equipment dealership, Parker says his family also produces a lot of hay. "I know there have been days when I've got a rake in the field and wish I had another one or different one."
Read More

Top Articles

Current Issue


Farm Equipment

The Annual Shortline Edition

View More

Must Read Free Eguides

Download these helpful knowledge building tools

View More
Top Directory Listings