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Agdealer TV: May 1 to 15: Cattle Handling with the Arrowquip Q-Catch 87 Series


AGDealerTV is a new online video series focusing on new machinery and technology in today’s fast-evolving agriculture industry. On AGDealerTV you’ll see the host Spencer Myers along with Scott Garvey from Grainews Magazine interview product developers, cover global launches of equipment, and feature specific pieces of new technology. They’ll be travelling to events like Ag in Motion, Canada’s Outdoor Farm Show, and Agritechnica to show you the farming innovations being developed in Canada and around the world. You can watch AGDealerTV on-demand at agdealer.com.


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May 1 to 15: Cattle Handling with the Arrowquip Q-Catch 87 Series
Proper use of cattle handling equipment can keep animals moving quietly through, keep the operator safe and increase efficiency. The systems demonstrated here feature an eight-foot crowding tub, an eight-foot adjustable alley with Gallagher alley way ladders, and a manual processing chute. (Originally recorded for 2020 Canada's Digital Farm Show)

April 15 to 30: CASE IH AFS Connect Steiger and Speed-Tiller
CASE IH AFS Connect Steiger and the CASE IH Speed-Tiller with its new agronomic design was launched in 2020. A new Steiger cab configuration and AFS Connect system rolled out with this new model as seen in this field demo with the Speed-Tiller 475. (Originally recorded for Canada’s Digital Farm Show)

April 1 to 15: Leading Edge Equipment
Formed in 2009 by a family with a long history in farming, Leading Edge Equipment aims to supply the highest quality machinery in the world and to supply and stock parts for those machines to keep them performing. (Originally recorded at the 2020 Canada’s Digital Farm Show)

March 15 – 30: John Deere 9R tractors – AgDealerTV
John Deere is updating its 9R Series of tractors for the 2022 model year. Glacier FarmMedia machinery reporter Scott Garvey shows what lies ahead for the green brand’s line-up of 9R Series wheeled and tracked tractors.

Mar 1 to 15: The age of electric at GM
Will your next GM pickup be electric powered? At the Consumer Electronics Show in January, General Motors announced it has already begun to transition to an all-electric fleet of vehicle offerings. In this video, Scott Garvey reports on the online event and offers a look at the highlights of the brand's announcement.

February 15 – 28: Great Plains YP-625A Twin-row Planter
Nick Beard with Kubota Canada shows some of the feature benefits and ease of adjustments found on the Great Plains YP-625A planter and explains what makes this unit ‘Bee Friendly’ when it’s in operation. (Originally recorded at the 2020 Canada’s Digital Farm Show)

Feb 1 to 15: John Deere 1745 Planter
Kevin Pardy of Huron Tractor details some of the technology features of the John Deere 1745 planter and shows why it's a good fit for corn and soybean growers. (Originally recorded at the 2020 Canada's Digital Farm Show)

Jan 15 to 31: Kubota FastBale
Travis Grubb, Kubota product specialist for hay tools in Canada, offers a quick product overview of the Kubota FastBale baler. (Originally recorded at the 2020 Canada’s Digital Farm Show.)

Jan 1 to 15: Brandt HP Harrow
In this episode, AgDealerTV looks at the new HP Torsion Harrow Series introduced by Brandt, which are designed for large-scale producers. This week's host, Scott Garvey, speaks with Brandt's vice president of sales, Sheldon Gerspacher, to find out more about these implements and what features they offer.

Dec. 15 to 31: AVIX Bird Repeller
This piece of equipment featured at Canada’s Digital Farm Show this past September helps curb the appetites of wild birds. Here, Brett Miller of Bird Control Group talks about a laser innovation that helps repel birds from feasting on your field crops.

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