Kinze Manufacturing is introducing a new grain cart row crop tire next season for custom harvesters and farmers who transport their carts by truck from farm to farm.
With harvest season approaching, Kinze Manufacturing offers maintenance recommendations to ensure that grain carts will be field-ready this fall.
Kinze has released a video documentary that tells the story of the company’s humble beginnings in the mid 1960s and its many technology innovations since then to help farmers make planting and harvesting more efficient.
Over most of the past 100 years, there were step-changes in farming technological advancements. But that rate increased exponentially the past few decades, transitioning from the Green Revolution to the Digital Revolution.
Kinze Manufacturing will introduce its new 3505 True Speed high-speed planter for the 2023 season, providing advanced technology and improved productivity on smaller farms or small fields.
Kinze Manufacturing is launching a contest to find the company’s oldest grain cart that is still running, with prizes that include meeting the company’s legendary founder.
Farmers can increase their opportunity for a smooth harvest by checking their grain carts for any required maintenance.
A new 1,100-bushel dual auger Kinze grain cart will be available to farmers for the 2022 harvest season.
The Kinze Mach Till is a hybrid horizontal tillage tool that can be utilized by farmers in the fall and spring.
Operating more than one Kinze planter in a field will be easier for farmers when planting crops in 2022.
The Kindreds were making one last push to plant soybeans the day before snow was forecast in central Illinois.
Responding to strong farmer demand and proven performance, Kinze will expand its True Speed high-speed planting technology to five more planter configurations for the 2022 season. The company also is introducing several new features to enhance its innovative Blue Vantage planter display.
Technology has come a long way since Ron Kindred started farming with his father in 1980, and he was taking another major step into the tech realm this month.