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EquipmentAn OSU A
March 16, 2010
On March 2, 1968, E.J. Rickel, president of Rickel, Inc. Manufacturing Division, Kansas City, MO, sent a letter to Dale Read More
EquipmentA Classic Grinder
January 21, 2010
At the 2009 Farm Science Review in London, OH, visitors were able to see the latest ag equipment available to Read More
EquipmentAg-Gator: Eatin’ Some Acres
September 24, 2009
Every great invention starts from some humble beginning. That early prototype becomes the foundation for hundreds of innovations and improvements Read More
SprayersHagie Helper
May 15, 2009
Truthfully, Lewis White of Columbus, WI, has been a fan of Hagie 437 Hi-Tractor for several years. Indeed, according to Read More
EquipmentRow-Cats In The Cradle
March 20, 2009
GVM is known for being a manufacturer of quality, long-lasting products. In 1997, the company introduced users to its own Read More
EquipmentAlive & Working
January 23, 2009
Over the years since CropLife IRON introduced its tribute to classic pieces of equipment still earning their keep in the Read More
EquipmentMagnum Force
November 19, 2008
Sometimes, products that aren’t deemed a success when they are introduced find new life once given a second chance. Consider Read More
EquipmentClassy Clearance
October 30, 2008
Today, the options in high-clearance spraying technology seem almost limitless. But back in the day, the industry wasn’t so mature Read More
SprayersLow Riding’
September 17, 2008
After more than a half-century in business, building sprayers has largely become second nature for Hagie Manufacturing Co. So the Read More
EquipmentDuk And Coverage
September 16, 2008
According to Dennis Roth, ag location manager for Agriliance-Wilco LLC in Mount Angel, OR, the outlet was in search of an Read More

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