EQUIPMENT NEWS
Machinery Chatter
Jim Patrico Progressive Farmer Senior Editor
Tue Nov 12, 2013 09:37 AM CST

HANOVER, Germany (DTN) -- If you're looking for a glimpse into the future of ag equipment technology, stop into AgriTechnica, the world's largest farm equipment show. It only happens every other year, and it ends on November 15, so you might want to hurry to Hanover.

This year's show features 103 acres of exhibits, 2,900 exhibitors from 47 countries and an expected attendance of more than 400,000 over six days. They are coming to see the kind of stuff that gives machinery engineers geek dreams.

There is a diesel/electric concept tractor by Fendt that uses a diesel engine to both ...

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