Global milk harvesting specialist DeLaval, well known for robotic milking, says it has raised the bar with its recently launched voluntary milking system (VMS) — the VMS300.
Suzuki, a key player in the quad market and the first to bring out a four-wheel machine (Quadrunner) in 1983, has pulled the wraps off its 2019 range-topping King Quad 750AXI 4x4.
An easy-to-use solution in a bottle is said to cure engine ills such as blown head gaskets, cracked cylinder heads or blocks and porous castings in minutes.
A new Isobus terminal from Pöttinger – the Expert 75 – is easy and convenient to use, notably because of its one-hand operation.
Aitchison AirPro zero-tillage seed drills have a loyal following, with the 4.8 and 6.0m units forming the backbone of sales for ten years.
Already seen 12 months ago in a wheeled version, JCB’s tracked version of its TeleSkid, the 3TS-8T, runs on 450mm wide belts at speeds up to 12.6km/h.
Tyre maker BKT and its NZ distributor TRS Tyre and Wheel again ran their Balls for Charity fundraiser at Fieldays.
Amazone's EasyCheck system simplifies checking the performance of fertiliser spreaders.
Spotted at Fieldays, and following a theme first seen in the New Holland ‘police’ tractor, Case IH New Zealand has unveiled a special edition ‘fire’ tractor as part of a partnership with Fire and Emergency NZ.
Good hoof health in dairy herds can raise yield by $500 per animal per lactation but an appropriate cattle crush is required to keep the animal and the technician safe.
Valtra has won a major international design award for its tractor SmartTouch armrest and interface between operator and machine.
Modern cab tractors don’t always lend themselves to the age-old method of pulling ropes to release transport or folding functions on mounted or trailed implements.
Sometimes a product name might be descriptive, but it might obscure the science within. So it is with Spikey from Pastoral Robotics Ltd, Auckland.
Utilisation of available grass, a key to New Zealand’s dairying success, is known to result in lower costs of production.
DeLaval has this morning launched its new VMS™ milking system V300 across all key global markets including New Zealand and Australia.
Polaris has introduced the Ranger 150 EFI, for riders 10 years or older.
The new Deutz Fahr 4080.4 E recently launched by Power Farming Wholesale follows on from its introduction in Australia.
The latest Krone Comprima net wrap unit is proving its worth to Wairarapa dairy farmer Lewis Herrick by enabling him to use net-wrap or a net replacement film for the first time.
Family-run Stackhouse Contracting relies on Massey Ferguson and Lely to get jobs done.
A major upgrade of a locally developed teat spraying system for rotary dairies has raised the system’s effectiveness and saves spray liquid.
Farm water quality less than ideal prompted dairy farmers Rhonda and Eric Bonenkamp at Orini, Waikato, to ask Singh’s Engineering Services, Hamilton, for help in late 2016.
A range of Belgian bolus products new to New Zealand is being launched this month via veterinary clinics, reports the distributor, Animal Health Direct, based in Hawkes Bay.
The 1012 series Gyrotedders from Kuhn is expanding with the arrival of two mounted and two trailed models (GF 8712 / 8712T and GF 10812 /10812T) with eight and 10 rotors respectively, in working widths of 8.70m and 10.80m.
AGCO is this year celebrating the 75th anniversary of AGCO Power, its engine business.