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February 2022

In this latest issue of Harvest Times, learn how a diversified farm in upstate New York is using precision technology from CLAAS to help manage their operation, discover how podcasts are transforming the way growers consume their farming information, and ensure a smooth harvest this year in spite of today's pandemic-induced logistics challenges. Finally, stop by and see us at a farm show this winter and save big on our biggest tractor with an incredible $25,000 off.

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Decisions by the Numbers

Lawnel Farms Uses Data to Manage Crops

Successfully managing 1,900 dairy cows and 3,400 acres of diversified crops requires hard work - and hard numbers. Amos Smith and his family own and operate Lawnel Farms in Piffard, New York, using the latest technology to collect the data they need to make farming decisions. “Everything is data driven,” says Smith. “If we can’t measure it, we can’t manage it.”


Listen Up!

Ag Podcasts are Gaining Popularity

Over the last several years, podcasts have risen to become one of the most popular forms of entertainment. It seems like there’s a podcast for everything, and that includes agriculture. While you’re working in the field or in the office, planting for days or harvesting long hours, podcasts are a terrific way to stay informed and discover new ideas. Now that Bluetooth and streaming technology are accessible on most devices, growers can stay connected to the latest developments everywhere they go.


Plan now for success this season

Ensure a Smooth Harvest with CLAAS Parts

The last couple of years have presented even more challenges than usual for farmers. From the pandemic to supply chain issues to unreliable logistics systems, growers have had to continuously adapt to unprecedented industry trends. In a job that is already difficult and demanding, farmers may be uneasy about what this year will bring.


Stop by our lot this winter!

See the Future of Farming at a Show Near You

You never stop looking for new ways to improve your agricultural operation. One of the best places to look for your next advantage is at your local farm show. Coincidentally, CLAAS plans to be at a number of those shows this winter! By participating in some of the top farm shows across North America, CLAAS is helping growers meet and exceed their goals.


Take Advantage of XERION Tractor Savings.

Save $25,000 on a new XERION tractor (and 5% more on fuel)

Let your tractor do more work so you can focus on what counts – growing your business. The CLAAS XERION sets the new standard in ag equipment.  Including greater hauling capacity, better floatation, and tighter turns, the XERION will drive your 2022 season.

 
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