Blue Drive™ Continues Kinze Legacy For Southern Iowa FarmerBy: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2019-05-08
Spring planting is fully underway and the new Blue Drive electric drive planters with Blue Vantage displays are in fields helping farmers get their crop in. Southern Iowa farmer, Troy Adam, shares his experience using the Blue Drive and Blue Vantage, and how this new technology continues his family's legacy with Kinze Blue.
Mach Till Spring StartupBy: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2019-04-23
Spring tillage is in full swing and Kinze Mach Till is throwing dirt! Justin, a Mach Till Product Specialist at Kinze, is spending time on the road demonstrating and setting up new machines. Here is his report on how tillage is progressing, and a testimony from a new customer in Illinois. Read More
Why Upgrade To Vacuum Seed Meters?By: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2019-03-27
Have you ever considered upgrading your mechanical meters to vacuum meters? Jake, service representative at Kinze, explains the significant advantages of using a vacuum meter, and its return on investment.
Tips for Planting SeasonBy: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2019-03-13
In just a few weeks, tractors, planters and related equipment will be returning to fields to start planting the 2019 crop. To help you get ready, we have compiled a list of planting tips and reminders to help get you and your Kinze planter primed for action. Even if you have started planting, these tips are still helpful — a ... Read More
Christmas Time Is Here!By: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2018-12-19
As we wind down 2018 and prepare for the year ahead, may we all be blessed by slowing down and reflecting upon the selfless love of Christ. And may our relationships with family, friends, and others around us be a blessing throughout the coming year. To all our employees who so effectively help us innovate, our dealers who tirelessly promote ... Read More
Spring Tillage ConsiderationsBy: Justin Render Post Date: 2018-12-10
As winter is slowly starting to loosen its grip, there is talk of a later than normal spring. Are we going to have a shorter window than normal to complete the normal spring work? How much work is still left over from a very challenging fall? Read below how you can put your best practices into place on your farm ...
What We Are Thankful for This YearBy: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2018-11-21
'Tis the season to be thankful for the many blessings bestowed upon us. Watch the video to see what Kinze employees are thankful for this year. From all of us at Kinze, we wish you a very blessed Thanksgiving shared with family and friends! Read More
Kinze Hosts Its First Manufacturing Day EventPost Date: 2018-11-08
This year was our first year hosting a Manufacturing Day event. We were very excited to join the thousands of other manufacturers in "inspiring the next generation of skilled workers." Since 2012, manufacturers across the country have been hosting events for students, parents and instructors to learn more about the diverse career opportunities manufacturing offers. The event was started by ... Read More
Which Down Force Is Right For You?By: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2018-10-26
Every farmer understands when seed is planted it must be placed at a uniform depth, with good seed-to-soil contact, and a consistent seed spacing. In addition, each crop has an optimum depth that promotes the best germination, growth, and yields. For corn this is typically 1.5" to 2" deep, and for soybeans it is 1" to 1.5". To maintain this ... Read More
Harvest UpdateBy: Kinze Manufacturing Post Date: 2018-10-10
Rain. And more Rain. This has been the common theme across the country, making it difficult to get crops out of the field. Despite the struggles a lot of farmers are talking about with weather, the recent USDA Crop Report states that 34 percent of corn has been harvested in primary production states. That is 13 percent more than this ... Read More