Publish September 29, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
Today, Sparks of Innovation takes you to Daykin, Nebraska, where Mike Homolka has been planting corn and soybeans with Kinze planters since 2003.
Publish September 18, 2015 by Brad Niensteadt
When Kinze introduced the Planter Split Row System with push-type row units back in 1983, the basic premise was a row crop planter that was convertible between narrow and wide row spacing.
Publish September 1, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
Today, Sparks of Innovation takes you to Hoopeston, Illinois, where Duane Sheppard counts on Kinze planters to plant seeds in the right place, at the right depth, even in the toughest planting conditions.
Publish August 20, 2015 by Brad Niensteadt
Harvest season is still a little ways away, but it's never too early to get your equipment in gear for this year's haul.
Publish August 14, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
"When I started this business 50 years ago, I never once thought of what it might become. I just knew that I didn't want to work for someone. I had to have room to chase after my own ideas and create things - innovative and new things." - Jon Kinzenbaw
Publish July 28, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
Today, Sparks of Innovation takes you to New Haven, Indiana, where Ron Funk counts on Kinze planters to get better seed placement and depth control.
Publish July 14, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
By the mid-1970s, Kinze was growing steadily through sales of its grain carts and anhydrous ammonia applicators, as well as the adjustable width plow licensed to DMI, Inc.
Publish June 30, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
This month, Sparks of Innovation takes you to Georgetown, Illinois, where Charlie Lambert has counted on Kinze planters since 1996.
Publish June 23, 2015 by Mike Dykstra
Over the years, millions of people traveling along Interstate-80 have passed Kinze headquarters and marveled at the spectacle of our yard art.
Publish June 18, 2015 by Susanne Veatch
If you've passed by Kinze headquarters in recent weeks you may have noticed a new addition to our collection of Kinze yard art. A big yellow, commemorative "50" in the field along Interstate-80.