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New tillage, tech tools from Deere

The John Deere Rate Controller 2000 is compatible with many different equipment platforms ... John Deere is launching the new 2230 Field Cultivator series with a wide range of configurations. The 2230 Field Cultivators are able to provide consistent...

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New tillage, tech tools from Deere - Farm Industry News (subscription)

John Deere has launched a new tech tool and two new tillage machines for 2017. Monitoring and controlling a wide variety of operations while in the cab is always a challenge. For 2017, John Deere is launching two new solutions. First is a new Gen 4 Extended Monitor for producers who want an added in-cab display for added control. The solution is targeted for producers who want to monitor any number of machine, implement and precision ag functions including planting and product application. With the system, operators can easily move pages and display functions from one display to another. Just shift the tractor monitor information to the smaller monitor. This kind of functionality will boost productivity because it will be easier having key functions on your main monitor. In announcing the tech, John Mishler, production and precision ag marketing manager for John Deere, noted: "We designed the Gen 4 Extended Monitor to be an easy-to-install and easily customizable solution that provides increased flexibility for...

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LPGA to host 2017 Senior Championship at French Lick Resort - Chicago Daily Herald

The Ladies PGA Tour has added a major championship to its 2017 schedule, and it offers an untraditional format. Commissioner Mike Whan announced Tuesday that the first LPGA Senior Championship will be played July 10-12 -- Monday through Wednesday -- at French Lick Resort in southern Indiana. Most pro golf events conclude four days of competition on Sunday, but it was difficult to find weekend dates for the LPGA's senior members, a group in the 45-plus age group. As a compromise, the LPGA -- at the suggestion of French Lick chairman Steve Ferguson and director of golf Dave Harner -- put two of its smaller tour events together. The LPGA's developmental circuit, the Symetra Tour, will hold a 54-hole event on French Lick's Donald Ross Course from July 7-9 before the senior members battle for a $600,000 purse the next three days. The first LPGA Senior Championship follows one of the circuit's major championships -- the KPMG Women's PGA Championship Sept. 30 to July 2 at Olympia Fields Country Club. Women's Open will be played the following week at Trump National in New Jersey.