National Farm Machinery Show Loaded With Equipment Here are several machines and tools displayed at the annual show in Louisville, Ky. Published on: Apr 2, 2012 Tweet Post to Your Wall. Email Story RSS Permalink Print Farm Progress editors kept themselves busy recently at the National Farm Machinery Show reviewing equipment on display. Here are some of the new products they found:National Farm Machinery Show Loaded With EquipmentMidsize tractor entrantsMcCormick USA, Duluth, Ga., is rolling out a new numbering scheme for its machines, and the X60 will play in the 83-to-100 PTO horsepower range. The machines feature the Xtrashift transmission, with 36 forward speeds and 12 in reverse. The machines also feature a newly styled cab. List price for the X60 is $62,900. For more information, call 866-924-4733, or visit www.mccormickusa.com.Carry more on boardThe John Deer Gator, a staple on a lot of farms, gets a stretch version for 2012: the XUV 550 S4. This is the company’s first machine to seat four and it has a starting price of $9,299. The 16-horsepower machine has a 570cc gas engine and a top speed of 28 mph. For more information, visit your local John Deere dealer, or search “Gator utility vehicles” at www.johndeere.com. Utility vehicle entrantJCB, Savannah, Ga., is rolling out the Workmax 800 line of utility vehicles. There are two models: the 800D for diesel and the 800G for gas. Both offer 20-horsepower engines and a range of options. The drivetrain includes a sealed, continuously variable transmission with a differential lock and four-wheel drive. List price is $12,000. For more information, call 912-447-2000, or visit www.jcbworkmax.com.Ditch away!Spot drainage problems crop up on the farm all the time, and Land Pride has just the answer. The Salina, Kan., company is offering the new 35 Series Ditcher. The compact unit, which can be powered by a 30- to 60-horsepower tractor, has a four-blade impeller with replaceable cutting edges. List price is $4,300. For more information, visit www.landpride.com.Compact tractor workhorseKioti of Wendell, N.C., long a player in the compact tractor market, is rolling out a new subcompact tractor with a 24-hp engine and a range of attachments. The CS2410 uses a hydrostat transmission with two ranges for a drivetrain, and it has a rear differential lock as standard. List price is $12,299. For more information, call 877-465-4684, or visit www.kioti.com.