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AGCO Plans to Expand ‘Future Farm’ Training Facility in Zambia

AGCO has revealed plans for further development of the Future Farm project in Zambia. This was announced on July 31, 2019, at the 150 hectares (371 acres) farm outside Lusaka by Gary Collar, AGCO senior vice president and general manager, Asia Pacific and Africa (APA) and the Future Farm senior manager, Kalongo Chitengi, during a ground breaking ceremony.
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Fendt Aiming for 20,000 Tractor Sales in 2020

Recovering sales of Fendt-built tractors in the North American market, thanks largely to the introduction of new 400-500 horsepower wheeled models, are expected to get a further shot in the arm with the launch of a new range of 300-415 horsepower models using similar hi-tech features, including a row crop version clearly targeting the Midwest Corn Belt.
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When Naming Equipment, Better Check Twice

Is it any wonder that ag machinery manufacturers increasingly use numbers to identify their products rather than names where there are pitfalls waiting to catch the unwary? Naming global or even regionally distributed products is especially fraught with danger if the word needs to be pronounceable in different languages and not mean something inappropriate, foolish or downright rude in another tongue.
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Ohio Ag Equipment Agrees to Acquire North Central Ag

Ohio Ag Equipment announces its intent to acquire the Huron County AGCO dealer, North Central Ag, LLC, on the target date of June 22, 2019. The acquisition of North Central Ag will strengthen Ohio Ag Equipment’s ability to service the ag industry by providing customers in north central Ohio with an exceptional line of equipment and product support.
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