CNH Industrial, parent company to Case IH has entered into an agreement with AGuru Machinery, a strip-till company based in Congerville, Ill. The announcement marks the latest big move in what's been a momentous 4-month stretch in the strip-till equipment market.
According to industry sources, select Midwest John Deere dealers are currently demoing new Deere-branded strip-till machines. The new unit is reportedly designed by shortline toolbar manufacturer Environmental Tillage Systems.
According to the results of the latest Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark Study from Strip-Till Farmer, the average strip-tiller’s yields outperformed both the U.S. average and their no-till counterparts in 2021.
Results of the 8th annual Strip-Till Operational Practices Benchmark study suggest 2020 was a “return to normal” for many strip-tillers whose fall berm-building plans had been disrupted by wet, soggy weather in 2019.
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