Kinze Blog - Sparks of Innovation

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

Agritechnica 2017

Kinze Europe launched two products at Agritechnica, the world's largest indoor farm show.

Harvest Nears Completion

The new Kinze single auger grain carts are helping to get the crop out!

Kinze 4900 Has the Right Technology

Concordia, MO farmer Darren Hull bought his 4900 for the technology.

Meet Our Tour Guides

Meet our tour guides, Harold Joseph and Joe Neville, both retired Kinze employees.

Harvest Season Driving Tips

Here are some safe driving tips for rural drivers and farm equipment operators to keep in mind during harvest season.

Farm Progress Show 2017

Kinze featured an industry-changing planter prototype, and new grain cart and planter features at the Farm Progress Show.

Experience Kinze

We gave an exclusive sneak preview of future Kinze products and features during Experience Kinze.

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.