Let aura feed the mob

In a move that appears to have been repeated by many equipment manufacturers, Kuhn confirms it currently working on several autonomous solutions – particularly in the area of feeding.

Battery charger range recharged

Projecta's popular ‘Charge N’ Maintain’ automatic battery charger range has now been recharged – with the introduction of new features across four new models.

 
Watermetrics says knowing the moisture in your soil to a good depth is crucial in irrigation decisions.

Do you know what’s happening in your soil? Water usage and productivity company Watermetrics believes it’s essential for farmers to know this.

 
Award-winning round bale chaser with a capacity of 16 bales.

Enterprise Ireland and the Ploughing Association decided to push ahead with the annual Innovation Arena competition for new innovations from agri-tech and farm machinery companies – albeit in a virtual format.

Proline SK silage trailer.

While many contractors still use trucks for haulage duties, the last decade, with the advent of larger tractors, has seen a great deal of interest in the use of high volume, high-spec tipping trailers.

Clear cut fodder

CLAAS Harvest Centre product manager, Luke Wheeler, says the end goal should always be the starting point when making purchasing decisions.

Kverneland 2828M mounted disc mower.

Third-generation dairy farmers Hayden and Tania Edmeades run 500 dairy cows and associated young stock over 190ha near Putararu in the Waikato.

Pottinger has redesigned its rear-mounted Novadisc mowers to include a side pivot mounting.

Well known throughout New Zealand over the past 18 years, Pottinger has redesigned its rear-mounted Novadisc mowers to incorporate a side pivot mounting.

Hardy spotlight

High quality, reliable lighting is essential for anyone involved in agriculture or the great outdoors.

Simmm Power Cleaner 100/11.

Italian made Simmm Power Cleaner 100/11 and Power Gun 100/11 single-phase (230 volt) electric water blasters are proving popular in many applications.

A stoush is brewing with the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) heavily criticising Farmsafe Australia’s recent Safer Farm Report.

Mark Murphy, the national commercial manager for Rakaia Engineering doesn’t mince his words when it comes to effluent management.

Correct effluent management can deliver savings on fertiliser costs, increased grass growth, while also ensuring environmental compliance regulations are met.

Many farmers use tail painting for heat detection, a task that can be difficult, time consuming and dangerous – the latter particularly so if staff are climbing or reaching over rump rails in the dairy shed during milking.

Taking the NZ Launch Innovation award for their colostrum management system in the 2020 Fieldays Competition, Antahi Innovations were building on their previous winner the Trusti Tuber.

New Holland Agriculture has upgraded its telehandler offering, with new naming and livery, with the latter said to integrate the range into the NH harvesting family.

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