AgConnect – AGCO

| January 31, 2013 | 11:51 am
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Craig Jorgenson with AGCO says the company’s GatorTrak feature will help farmers reduce crop damage.

At the 2013 AgConnect Expo in Kansas City, AGCO displayed the latest advances in application equipment and technologies.  The GatorTrak four-wheel steering minimizes damage to crops and beds by leaving fewer tracks and reducing track deviation compared to traditional 2-wheel steering systems.  Business Development Manager, Craig Jorgensen says the feature will help farmers minimize damage and compaction thus leading to better yields.

Click to hear KMZU’s Janet Adkison talk with Jorgensen about the technology.

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