About the Magazine
Performance Magazine is where you will find the latest news and information regarding MacDon and its products. In its pages you will not only find feature stories about MacDon's newest equipment and how to tweak your existing MacDon equipment for maximum performance, but also about producers and how they are using MacDon-built equipment to improve their productivity.
Leaps and Bounds.
AG CONNECT doubles in attendance to become one of North America’s most Informative shows.
45 Feet Down Under.
In parts of Australia, buying a bigger combine depends on the width of the header.
LaFollette Enterprises depend on MacDon Windrowers to increase the efficiency of their operation.
Mike Wagner was the first in Mississippi to use a MacDon draper. Now, everyone has them.
The United Kingdom’s first 40' (12.2 m) draper header performs well despite poor weather conditions.
MacDon’s rigid and flex drapers get the 5 Series treatment with more than 30 improvements between them.
With almost 10,000 cows in their herd, the Dugan family operates one of arizona’s largest dairies.
When Soren Jespersen did the math, his MacDon D60s came out the clear winner.
The advantages of today’s technologies are not lost on Manitoba’s Brisson family.
MacDon completes the set of its 5 Series Windrowers with the release of the M155 and M105.
A Tale of Two Headers.
A less than satisfactory experience with a competitive flex head leads the Aulies to MacDon.
MacDon’s relationship with South American farmers is just starting to take off.
Love at first sight.
New Zealand’s Donald Love is passionate about his M Series Windrowers.
The legend of Bigfoot.
Almost a quarter century ago custom cutter Jim Deibert helped usher in the draper revolution.
Next Generation Delivers More Power
Join us as we take a sneak peak at MacDon’s new beefed-up rotary disc windrower.
Cutting a swath through Australia.
Thirty-five years ago a Urania farmer helped Australia embrace windrowing.
Keeping an eye out for the next big thing keeps the Masse family in business.
Big header for a big country.
MacDon’s 45' FD70 debuts in Australia on the Lamshed farm.
Mounting a MacDon header on his new combine put Darryl Heide back in business.
Winning MacDon windrower.
A self-propelled windrower is proving a winner in the Riverina and western Victoria, Australia.
Big header, big payoff.
MacDon’s 45' FD70 FlexDraper® pays big dividends for Illinois farmer.
MacDon leapfrogs combine capacity.
Capacity of new 45' header now greater than most combines.
Making the grade.
Saskatchewan’s Rumpf family makes their lives easier with MacDon Products.
Of hate, love and soybeans.
MacDon’s FlexDraper® was born in the soybean fields of South Dakota.
Making the cut.
MacDon’s R80 first rotary disc header to meet Sharp brothers’ high expectations.
Productivity, productivity, productivity.
M Series windrowers deliver more than expected for Alberta farmer Murray Taks.
MacDon’s R80 named top agricultural innovation.
New rotary disc pull-type mower brings home MacDon’s fourth AE50 award.
MacDon flex and rigid drapers are letting producers take their larger combines to the max.
California dreaming no more.
Chowchilla farmer’s search for a better hay windrower ends with MacDon’s new M150.
Behind the award: Developing the FD Series.
It’s not every engineer who gets to work on a machine that has the potential to change an industry.
Behind the award: Developing the M150.
MacDon’s engineers were given a clean slate back in 2001 when they first started dreaming about what the next generation of wind