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October 16, 2007

Moultrie -- Forty-nine-new agricultural products are making their debut at this year's Sunbelt Ag Expo.    

Tuesday, Kiote (Coyote) unveiled their new tractor, the D-K 90. Company representatives say today's farmer is looking for smaller equipment.  

"I think farmers are getting away from the bigger stuff and are working with smaller tractors, just because it cost less to operate it and its not as complicated to operate. They can get it into their barns and so forth and still get into their fields with it," said Bill Klein. Kioti National Sales Manager.  

The company also unveiled updated versions of their LK-30 and CK-20-S models. The upgrades include better safety features, and they're more fuel efficient.

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