Cumberland, AGCO’s poultry production equipment brand, is introducing Scout, the world’s first ceiling-suspended robot system to continuously monitor broiler chickens and their poultry house environments to increase animal welfare as well as farm productivity.
Animal welfare is the focus for new products and new technologies for AGCO’s grain and protein business unit.
Proper barn ventilation is a key factor in promoting swine health and productivity. AP, the swine equipment brand of AGCO, has developed a new ventilation video series with tips to help producers unlock better year-round performance.
Proper barn ventilation is important year-round, but especially during winter months to protect swine health and promote energy efficiency.
The new Fendt Rogator 900 Series applicator with adjustable, two-position clearance debuted at the recent Midwest Ag Industries Exposition and Farm Progress Show.
The Midwest Ag Industries Exposition celebrates its 40th anniversary Aug. 25-26 at the McLean County Fairgrounds.
The Association of Equipment Manufacturers and the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers presented the fourth-annual Davidson Prize to the top three innovative products selected from AE50 honorees during the virtual special-edition of Commodity Classic.
AGCO Corp., a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and precision ag technology, announced a strategic collaboration between its AGCO Parts division and Kirkland, Illinois-based EZ-Drops.
AGCO Corp., a global leader in the design, manufacture and distribution of agricultural machinery and solutions, has released yield results from its 2020 Fendt Momentum Crop Tour.
McCullough Implement Co. has expanded its business into northwest Indiana with the acquisition of Don Bales Inc.
Having an efficient, properly sized grain system is key to protecting grain quality and maximizing profitability.
A new solar energy system is expected to provide both economic and environmental benefits at AGCO’s facility in Assumption, generating approximately 20% of its power requirements.