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Indiana Farmer Believes in the "Blue Crew"

Indiana Farmer Believes in the "Blue Crew"

Dan Brettnacher from Brookstone, Indiana believes in his 4900 planter and the "Blue Crew".

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Pack Up the Truck, It's Time to Vacation!

Pack Up the Truck, It's Time to Vacation!

As you're heading through the middle of the country on Interstate 80, it's easy to stop off at Iowa exit 216 to learn more about the history of agriculture. Make stopping at the Kinze Innovation Center part of your vacation plans.

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Time to Put Away the Planter!

Time to Put Away the Planter!

To keep your planter running in top condition, it's very important to check it over when you finish planting for the season. Follow this checklist to make sure you are putting it away properly.

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John Deere v. Kinze Part Five: Perseverance Pays Off

John Deere v. Kinze Part Five: Perseverance Pays Off

The final installment in a five-part series describing Jon Kinzenbaw's early battles against John Deere, both in the field and in the courtroom.

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Be Your Own Expert: The Brush Meter Breakdown

Be Your Own Expert: The Brush Meter Breakdown

As planter technology continues to change, it’s important to know the in’s and out’s of your machinery so you can prevent problems before they arise.

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John Deere v. Kinze Part Four: So You Think You Have a Patent

John Deere v. Kinze Part Four: So You Think You Have a Patent

The fourth in a five-part series describing Jon Kinzenbaw's early battles against John Deere, both in the field and in the courtroom.

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No-Till Planter Tips for Spring Planting

No-Till Planter Tips for Spring Planting

Rugged terrain, heavy crop residue and soil compaction are challenges for all farmers using no-till planting methods. Yet, more and more farmers are moving to no-till practices, lured by higher yield potential. If done right, no-till planting can control soil erosion, reduce fuel and labor costs by eliminating extra trips across the field, and improve soil moisture and fertility. But successful no-till planting depends on making sure your planter is set up correctly.

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John Deere v. Kinze Part Three: The Battle Lines Are Drawn

John Deere v. Kinze Part Three: The Battle Lines Are Drawn

The third in a five-part series describing Jon Kinzenbaw's early battles against John Deere, both in the field and in the courtroom.

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Proudly Made in Iowa

Proudly Made in Iowa

Made in Iowa. We take pride in saying these words when talking about our grain carts and row crop planters that are built at our manufacturing headquarters in Williamsburg, Iowa.

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John Deere v. Kinze Part Two: A Chance Worth Taking

John Deere v. Kinze Part Two: A Chance Worth Taking

The second in a five-part series describing Jon Kinzenbaw's early battles against John Deere, both in the field and in the courtroom.

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