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John Deere protects its trademark colors. STIHL, Altoz, and Kubota introduce new products. Caterpillar will offer utility vehicles. Polaris Off Road gets a new President. Those stories and much more below.

October 24, 2017

IN THE NEWS:

Deere wins trademark lawsuit in protection of green and yellow colors
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Kubota announces plans for $87 million expansion in Kansas
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Mahindra North America hosts largest-ever national dealer meeting
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U.S. tractor sales drop in September
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Planalytics: Weather conditions brewing for seasonal demand
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Kubota unveils new Z700 zero turn and self propelled walk-behind commercial mowers
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STIHL introduces its iMow robotic mower
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More landscapers plan to increase spendng on equipment
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Caterpillar plans to enter the utility vehicle market
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Briggs & Stratton launches 'Internet of Things' solution for commercial cutters
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Crosman Corp. awarded Army JROTC official supplier of sporter rifles
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SnowWolf introduces QuattroPlowHD
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Altoz introduces TRX accessories for year-round utility
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Alpaca owners share how they improving fleece quality through nutrition
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October is National Co-Op Month
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B3C Fuel Solutions announces new technology in fuel stabilization
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Henry Repeating Arms helps raise over $70,000 for sick 14-year-old volunteer firefighter
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Kynetec acquires additional custom research expertise from Market Probe
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LaserMax Products wins 2017 Brilliance Award from OpticsPlanet
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Danuser introduces the new Mega Mixer
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Michelin expands Tweel airless radial line and distribution network
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Filament seeks 2018 summer intern
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