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About Kinze Manufacturing

Founded in 1965 on the premise of innovation, Kinze Manufacturing, Inc., markets its planters and grain carts globally and is known for a number of industry "firsts." Kinze operates with core values of integrity, customer focus, excellence, innovation and mutual respect. Kinze Manufacturing is the recognized technology leader and innovator of planters for row-crop production and grain auger carts. Kinze employees spend their nights and weekends farming, putting them in a unique position to be both manufacturers and customers of the planters and grain carts they build. For more information, visit the Kinze Manufacturing website at www.kinze.com.

Articles By Kinze Manufacturing

Kinze Power Products Re-Powers

From 1988-2007, Kinze Power Products, Inc, re-powered John Deere 4WD tractors with Cummins diesel engines.

Plan Your Trip to the Kinze Innovation Center this Summer

The Kinze Innovation Center is a fun and educational family outing, perfect for the summer. Plan a day trip and pair it with another local attraction.

Regulations Concerning the Use of Drones (UAS, UAV) in Agriculture

Unless you are using a drone for hobby photos and video, there are FAA requirements that must be met.

Core Value Leadership Awards

We awarded two employees that demonstrate excellence with a Core Value Leadership Award.

Kinze Innovation Center Visitors

More than 37,000 people from across the globe have visited the Kinze Innovation Center.

The Advantages of Kinze Split Row Planters

Kinze split row planters have been around for almost 40 years making a difference in soybean yields.

5 Crop Information Apps for Farmers

Learn about five apps that may help you monitor crop information this season.

The Kinze Vacuum Meter

Here's a breakdown of the Kinze Vacuum Meter and its components.

Navigating the National Farm Machinery Show

Navigating the National Farm Machinery Show may seem daunting. Learn how to maximize your show experience.

Farming Practices in Europe

How Kinze planters are used in Europe is different than in the United States.