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MOULTRIE, GA (WALB) -

The latest in Ag technology is always on display at the Expo.

New tractor technology includes an auto pilot Tremble sprayer and a 3-point Sunco hitch.

The auto pilot keeps sub-inch accuracy and allows the driver to concentrate on what is going on behind him, rather than driving in a straight line.

That Sunco hitch will keep whatever you are pulling level with the ground, even if the tractor is driving on the side of a hill.

"Every tractor comes with a regular hitch, and basically when you hook up with it, it stays with the tractor with a regular hitch, this Sunco hitch is actually going to keep it level, and it will keep it directly behind, so if a grower had a certain row width that he likes to stay at, this hitch will actually incorporate with our system, and it keeps it level and keeps it directly behind the tractor," says Adam Anderson, Ag Technologies Cordele.

Not only will you see the new technology, but you can test drive it as well.

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