NEWS
Russ Quinn DTN Staff Reporter
Fri Apr 30, 2010 08:18 AM CDT

OMAHA (DTN) -- Once planting finishes in the coming weeks across the Midwest, the next task at hand for many farmers is to harvest the first cutting of alfalfa hay. Much like row-crop equipment, hay harvesting products have benefited from several new technologies. For this week's Product Corner, we will take a closer look at Synthetic Resources, Inc. Pretty Good Twine Baler Twine, Kuhn North America SR 600 Series Wheel Rake and MacDon Industries Ltd. R80 Self Propelled Rotary Disc Mower.


Synthetic Resources, Inc. Pretty Good Twine Baler Twine

Synthetic Resources, Inc. of Peabody, Kan., is a distributor for bale ...

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