U of S unveils New Holland Lane

Today the University of Saskatchewan, along with New Holland Agriculture and Moody's Equipment, unveiled a new road name on the campus farm - New Holland Lane.

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Dean Buhr, College of Agriculture and Bioresources, rides with Doug Mann, New Holland Agriculture, in a New Holland Rustler through the ribbon at the unveiling of New Holland Lane at the U of S.

To support research at the Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility, New Holland Agriculture and Moody's Equipment donated the use of several pieces of agricultural equipment, which have aided in the Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility in optimizing efficiency in daily operations. The equipment currently includes two tractors and a Rustler utility vehicle. The new equipment has aided the facility in optimizing efficiency in daily operations. New Holland Lane is named in recognition of the contribution made by New Holland Agriculture and Moody's Equipment.

In addition to the equipment used at the Rayner Dairy Research and Teaching Facility, New Holland Agriculture and Moody's Equipment also provides equipment to the Department of Plant Science and the Department of Soil Science for use during the growing season.