New Kubota M7 Tractors Expected this Spring

first_img New Kubota M7 Tractors Expected this Spring SHARE SHARE Kubota M7 this springThe National Farm Machinery Show is less than 2 weeks away and it was one year ago that Kubota debuted their M7-Series tractors at that show. It’s Kubota’s highest horsepower line of tractors and the company is hoping to gain traction with its release this spring, according to Kent Brown.“We’re really excited about the M7 series of tractors and we should be seeing these tractors sometime in the first quarter. We’ve had a few delays with our factory, but we’re getting up to speed and making sure things are ready for the customer, making sure they’re fully tested and ready to go. We’re excited about the 130-170 horsepower, closed centered hydraulics, first for Kubota, as well as bar axles, a first in an ag tractor for Kubota.”Brown said the row-crop production market is really a new frontier for the company as farmers are now seeing the bigger Kubota tractors at farm shows.“We’ve always had excellent feedback as far as the hydraulics and horsepower. The only thing we’ve had negative over the years is some people think of Kubota as a lighter tractor. We’ve always been a smaller tractor, but now with the M7 farmers are looking at it and saying ‘this is a row crop tractor,’ big, beefy rear end, a lot of weight built in to this tractor, the highest load to lift capacity on the M7 in the market. This is not your regular Kubota anymore folks. It’s going to be a force to be reckoned with in the ag market.”Also new from Kubota are the SSV65 and 75 horsepower skid steer loaders. They’ll feature the largest cab in the market, a door that folds up, and Kubota engines and hydraulics. Facebook Twitter Facebook Twitter By Andy Eubank – Jan 28, 2016 Home Indiana Agriculture News New Kubota M7 Tractors Expected this Spring Previous articleOil Prices RallyNext articleBuilding Demand Top Priority for all of Agriculture Andy Eubanklast_img read more

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Derry protests at Belfast Union Flag decision

first_img Previous articleSchool bus off road in Moneymore – No injuries reportedNext articleBudget 2013 – as it unfolded News Highland Derry protests at Belfast Union Flag decision LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Facebook Pinterest By News Highland – December 5, 2012 Pinterest WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week WhatsApp Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Newscenter_img Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH Google+ Facebook There were protests in Derry and Coleraine last night as unionists and loyalists voiced concern at the decision to remove the Union Flag from City Hall in Belfast.Up to 80 pople blocked the main Derry to Dungiven Road for around 20 minutes, while in Coleraine, there were protests outside the local council offices.Both protests were peaceful, with no disturbances or trouble. Google+ Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Twitterlast_img read more

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FOOTBALL 101: From fashions to playmakers, ladies learn the ins and outs of the game during Troy University event

first_img Plans underway for historic Pike County celebration Print Article Remember America’s heroes on Memorial Day Book Nook to reopen Latest Stories “Most of the women who attend are fans of Trojan football so they know about the game on the field,” Mason said. “But the idea of the clinic is for the women to come to the field house and see what goes on behind the scenes. They get to see the facilities, including the weight room and the equipment room. They attend a chalk talk about the game and even go through some practice drills. They have a lot of fun learning the game and all that it involves.”More than 100 women from the Pike County community participated in Troy University’s Football 101 event this week. The women’s clinic gives participants a chance to view the game of football in a different way. PHOTO BY JOEY MEREDITHAt the encouragement of a friend, Lauren Hager attended Troy Football 101 for the first time.“My friend had a good time and thought I would enjoy the clinic,” Hager said. Published 3:00 am Saturday, July 23, 2016 More than 100 women from the Pike County community participated in Troy University’s Football 101 event this week. The women’s clinic gives participants a chance to view the game of football in a different way. PHOTO BY JOEY MEREDITHMove over men, the ladies are taking the field and they are game ready.More than 100 ladies participated in Troy Football 101 Women’s Clinic Thursday at Tine Davis Field House. So, when the 2016 season kicks off, the ladies will view the game of football in a different way and with greater appreciation than ever before.Hannah Mason, Troy University Development and Special Events, said the Troy Football 101 Women’s Clinic has continued to grow in size and scope since it was first introduced four years ago. Troy falls to No. 13 Clemson The Penny Hoarder Issues “Urgent” Alert: 6 Companies… “I know enough about football to enjoy the game. But I thought there was a head coach and a few assistants and that was it. I had no idea that there was an entire coaching staff. There are coaches that replay videos and coaches for certain players and for special teams and strength coaches and nutrition coaches. And it takes all of them working together to get the team ready to play. I just didn’t know that so much went on behind the scenes.”Hager was also surprised that the game of football requires such a great amount of dedication from the players.“Playing football is like having a part-time job or really a fulltime job and going to college at the same time,” she said. “It takes a real commitment from the players to practice and play and keep up their grades.”Hager said she appreciated the opportunity to meet some of the players and put a face on them rather than just a number on the field.center_img The coaches put the 2016 Troy Football 101 class through some pass and catch drills but Hager was busy preparing models for the game-day fashion show.Hager’s boutique, The Little Ivory Shoppe, and Glow and Posh & P Boutique presented a fashion show that featured football attire for Troy University football fans.“We showcased dresses and tank tops in Trojan colors that would be fashionable for the beginning of football season when the weather is still warm, or even hot,” Hager said.The Troy University Trojans’ 2016 football schedule includes six home games, so this season will be a good time for Trojan fans to be more in the know about football.. and 100 of them will be graduates of 2016 Troy University Football 101. 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