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Chris Scott (center) and a colleague from Case-IH talk with a customer at Dakotafest in Mitchell, S.D., about why he should buy a 2504 Self-Propelled windrower with a 19-foot disk header. The machine comes with a "merger" that allows it to windrow on top of or next to a neighboring windrow from the previous pass., Travis White (left) and Jordan Thiry retrofit a 2014 combine to put AccuGuide ready at Scott Supply Co., the Case-IH dealer in Mitchell, S.D. They put a hydraulic valve on and all of the wiring to make it AccuGuide Ready., Chris Scott is the fourth-generation owner and sales manager of Scott Implement of Mitchell, S.D

FARGO, N.D. — The spring wheat harvest moves forward in the region, as fall-like conditions have set in. Agweek’s visits were in connection with the trip to central South ...

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FARGO, N.D. — Nick Sinner, the former executive director of the Red River Valley Sugar Beet Growers Association, has been hired by the Minnesota-South Dakota Equipment Dealers Association in ...

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MOORHEAD, Minn. — Tom Peters is often asked if he “works with weed resistance.”
“I say, no I do not: I work with weeds management,” says Peters, a sugar ...

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