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Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor

Thursday 08/29/13

New Machinery Rollouts Going Hot and Heavy
Farm show season is usually the kickoff for many farm equipment manufacturers to introduce new products. For some reason, this year they started early. So while the Farm Progress Show has been the scene of plenty of debuts this week, a lot of new iron already was unveiled. Over the next week, I'll give you a look at some of what I saw both at Farm Progress and previously. Earlier this week, I wrote about the new Gleaner. Let's continue with John Deere.[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:00AM CDT 08/29/13 by Jim Patrico | Post a Comment
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this is a really interesting article and i hope all these machines work this year, we cant afford any more problems. Im really interested in all the john deer equipment, do you mind if i share this article on my fb fanpage. I really would love to be part of a <a href="http://icehacks.com/family-farm-seaside-cheats-hacks-get-unlimited-free-rc-coins-op-on-all-ios">Family Farm</a> someday.
Posted by brian hadings at 3:01PM CDT 08/29/13
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