As reported in the March issue of Ag Equipment Intelligence, several manufacturers of farm machinery and components registered solidly better sales in 2017 than the previous few years and are looking for more of the same this year.
Investment in new product development, as well as bricks and mortar and human resources, continues at seeding and tillage equipment maker Horsch as it prepares for a recovery in agricultural machinery markets.
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In this episode we look at the top factors growers say are impacting their decisions to purchase equipment in 2023. In the Technology Corner, Noah Newman takes a closer look at Precision Planting’s new sprayer technology ReClaim. Also in this episode, Kubota’s 9 month U.S. sales break $5 billion and a preview of Ag Equipment Intelligence’s latest research report “Autonomous Farm equipment: U.S. Farm Adoption & Outlook.”