DULUTH, Ga., Oct. 11 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AGCO Corporation (NYSE: AG), a major worldwide designer, manufacturer and distributor of agricultural equipment, announced today that its third quarter earnings release conference call with security ...
Full Market Coverage Anticipated; Foreign Market Distribution Progressing DULUTH, Ga., Sept. 23 -- AGCO Corporation (NYSE: AG), a worldwide designer, manufacturer, and distributor of agricultural equipment, announced that it has made further ...
DULUTH, Ga., and WESTMINSTER, Colo., July 31 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- AGCO Corporation. (NYSE: AG) has announced the selection of BEELINE Technologies Inc. as their global supplier of steer-assist technology. The fully integrated Challenger ...
On-farm trials show yield gains in the U.S. when new technology is added. Three years ago, AGCO decided to prove to its customers — and potential customers — that outfitting one of its White Planters with precision planting technology would offer them a payback in higher yields.
The web-based data exchange platform Agrirouter has now gone live, allowing farmers and contractors to create a free account and to start transferring information between machines of different brands and agricultural software.
The roots of White Planters run deep in American agricultural history, reaching back 170 years ago. Today, those deep roots continue with the White Planters line that is now owned by AGCO. The legacy of White Planters can be found on farms across the world growing crops such as corn, soybeans, cotton, sugar beets, peanuts, snap beans, edible beans, peas, lentils, and canola.
Given the success of the 2017 and 2018 AGCO Crop Tour, farmers in Russia are learning a great deal about what drives farm profitability. In Krasnaya Bashkiria, close to the city of Magnitogorsk in ... Read More
The current population growth rate reveals that the continent will double its population to hold an estimated 2.5 billion people by 2050, with a corresponding increase in food demand. The African ... Read More
Debris: Trash, trees, and crop residue left in piles and scattered throughout fields will be just some of the debris the flooding may leave in your fields. In general, trees and debris can be managed ... Read More