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Kinze Manufacturing, Kinzenbaw Family Photos

Photo gallery that complements the Ag Entrepreneurs Series on Kinze article and podcast, that examines the origins of Kinze Manufacturing in Iowa, a second-generation family business in Iowa. Returning home after serving in the U.S. Army in 1965, Jon Kinzebaw created a global farm equipment manufacturer with only $5,000.

Versatile Unveils New Nemesis Tractor Lineup to Dealers

The Nemesis series is launching with models in the 175-210 horsepower range, featuring a Cummins QSB6.7 (Tier 4 Final/Stage IV) engine and one of the largest cabs in the segment. Additional horsepower ranges are planned. A limited spring production is underway with full production expected this fall.

2018 Equipment Dealers Assn Dealer Manufacturer Relations Survey

The Equipment Dealers Assn. (EDA) in May released the results of its 2018 Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey. EDA conducts the survey annually, in which dealers rate the manufacturers whose products they carry in-store.

Farm Equipment Editors Share ‘Biggest Newsmakers’ Out of Winter Farm Shows

From autonomous advancements to the reemergence of an international tractor company in the U.S., Farm Equipment recaps the best from Louisville and Tulare.

Dealership of the Year Hall of Honors

Walk through the history of Farm Equipment's Dealership of the Year recipients.

Manufacturers Highlight Innovation at Summer Farm Shows

For the 2017 Farm Progress Show held in Decatur, Ill., Farm Equipment sent 10 staffers to scope out booths and interview manufacturers to find the latest new product innovations and advancements.

2017 Equipment Dealers Assn. Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey

In early June, the Equipment Dealers Assn. (EDA) released the results of its annual Dealer-Manufacturer Relations Survey. Through this study, equipment dealers rated the companies whose products they represent on 11 key categories of dealership operations and support.

National Farm Machinery Show Highlights New Products

The Farm Equipment team took to the road this winter to interview manufacturers and find the latest, cutting-edge products. With a mix of model improvements and upgrades and new products, the winter farm shows debuted a variety of planting equipment, precision farming technology, hay and forage products, tillage systems and more.

We visited the National Farm Machinery Show in Louisville, Ky., from Feb. 15-17. Held at the Kentucky Exposition Center, the 2017 show covered 1.2 million square feet and featured more than 880 exhibitors.

View video interviews from the National Farm Machinery Show here

Customer Demands Drive Equipment Innovations

Farm equipment manufacturers are responding to and, in some cases, anticipating farmers’ needs in designing new products. This was evident in the many new developments rolled out during the 2016 Farm Progress Show.

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