Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, introduces the new Z-II small-field pivot—designed to irrigate smaller fields up to 60 acres.
With a crop clearance of 10.5 feet, the Z-II features a smaller diameter pipeline of 4.5 inches, 11-gauge pipe and tower joints, and 5-inch pivot point.
“The smaller Z-II machine follows the same . . .> More
FROM A TO ZIMMATIC
Lindsay, maker of Zimmatic irrigation products, is proud to announce a renewed, long-term commitment to customers with the launch of The Lindsay Advantage.
The Lindsay Advantage combines our tradition of strength and durability with our continued focus on new technology – all with the ultimate goal of helping to make . . .> More
Holt County, Nebraska, Radio Network Bridge
Holt County is one of the largest counties in Nebraska. It also has the highest number of irrigated acres—nearly 340,000 (137,593 ha)—of any county in Nebraska. Now, thanks to FieldNET by Lindsay and one of the first radio network bridges of its kind in the world, virtually all> More
Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, launches MAXfield GPS Guidance – GPS positioning for MAXfield Custom corner systems.
MAXfield GPS Guidance utilizes a Real Time Kinematic (RTK) correction signal, emitted from a built-in base station, to provide a precise corner arm path, without the need for traditional buried wire guidance.
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Cochise County alfalfa growers find climate–and pivots–yield higher quality dairy hay
Much is being made of the alfalfa grown in Cochise County, Arizona – and for good reason, too. Just as Nebraska’s climate and soil are ideal for irrigated corn production, Cochise County’s cool night air is aiding the growth of high-quality dairy hay. . .> More