With corn continuing to sell for $7 and soybeans for $14 a bushel, farmers are showing more interest in investing in new planters and combines. Companies like Kinze Manufacturing Inc. are spending more time talking to farmers and finding what they need to improve production and returns on their investment. Kinze’s Susanne Kinzenbaw Veatch talked about the company’s new 4900 planter in this interview at the Kinze Innovation Center in Williamsburg, Iowa. For more information visit www.kinze.com .
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