Publish February 17, 2016 by Kinze Manufacturing
The Kinze Manufacturing booth was the place to be at the National Farm Machinery Show, hosted on February 10-13, as scores of growers looking to update their planters with new features and technology stopped by to discuss our latest product offerings.
Publish January 6, 2016 by Kinze Manufacturing
Members of the Kinze team in the United States recently traveled to Velke Mezirici, Czech Republic, to visit one of our dealers and help them assemble the first Kinze 4900 planter in Europe.
Publish December 21, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
Section 179 deductions, just passed by Congress as part of the recent Omnibus budget bill, allow farmers to deduct up to $500,000 on the purchase of capital expenses (like a new Kinze planter or grain cart).
Publish December 10, 2015 by Susanne Veatch
Exactly 50 years since Jon Kinzenbaw opened his own welding shop, he shares a message of thanks.
Publish November 11, 2015 by Susanne Veatch
Veterans Day, observed on November 11 of each year, is the day that we as Americans ensure veterans know how deeply we appreciate the sacrifices they have made in order to keep our country free.
Publish November 4, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
Today, Sparks of Innovation takes you to De Graff, Ohio, where Steve Schlumbohm has been planting corn and soybeans with Kinze planters since 1978.
Publish October 25, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
As a special thank you to our fans, we created Kinze pumpkin stencils to use this Halloween season!
Publish October 13, 2015 by Kinze Manufacturing
It was the late 1980s when AGCO/New Idea engineer Harry Deckler came up with a big idea for a new seed meter that would allow farmers to plant soybeans with unmatched accuracy.
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 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.