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Reduce Your Ag Tire Operating Costs

Posted by Tarang Srivastava on May 15, 2019 8:20:01 AM

Evidence is mounting that farmers are experiencing the worst agricultural downturn since the 1980s.

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Topics: Ag tire advice

Watch Out for Soil Compaction in Wet Spring Planting Season

Posted by Jim Enyart on Apr 15, 2019 9:29:22 AM

The right Ag tires can be a big help in dealing with what a meteorologist is calling a “character building” spring planting season.

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Topics: Ag tire advice

R-1W or R-1 Ag Tires? Which is Best for You?

Posted by Jim Enyart on Mar 13, 2019 12:58:14 PM

We get a lot of questions about the R-1W vs. R-1, which we address in this latest blog post for CEAT Specialty Tires.

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Topics: Ag tire advice

5 Ways to Fight Stubble Damage

Posted by Jim Enyart on Jan 16, 2019 11:42:02 AM

Is stubble damage a problem? If you raise corn, soybeans or cotton, yes it is! Can it be managed? Well, you can do several things to help reduce tire damage but nobody can easily eliminate the problem.

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Topics: Ag tire advice

Low Commodity Prices . . . Examine Your Ag Tire Costs

Posted by Tarang Srivastava on Dec 20, 2018 11:37:32 AM

“Get focused on costs.” That’s the message from Purdue University Extension Director Jason Henderson who says farmers will continue to face a down farm economy in 2019.

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Topics: Ag tire advice

To Ballast or Not

Posted by Jim Enyart on Nov 30, 2018 2:32:06 PM

Ballasting is utilized for equipment functionality and stability, as well as transferring power to the ground.

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Topics: Ag tire advice

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