Bill Davey says that despite its size, the plough is very versatile.

Twenty years ago, a land agent told Bill Davey, “you’ll never buy a better bit of land than this!” Back then he suspected land agent spiel, but now Bill admits the agent was right.

JCB has released it's first 100% electrical loadall telehandler.

JCB has released its first 100% electrical Loadall telehandler, the 525-60E, with similar cycle times and no loss of performance compared to a diesel engine version.

The M5-1 ROPS models will give Kiwi farmers more horsepower choices, more versatility and a wide array of options.

Kubota New Zealand product specialist Shaun Monteith says Rollover Protective Structure (ROPS) tractors make up 30% of all tractors in their horsepower category in New Zealand. 

 
 
The arrival of the Hi-Spec mixer has allowed the farm to extend production.

Coolbreene Trust near Taupo is a large-scale dairy operation farming 1150ha, including run-off blocks, within a 10km radius of its home base.

More colour to light range

Originally available with amber lenses only, Narva’s Geomax’ Heavy Duty LED Strobe Beacon light range has been upgraded with the addition of amber/clear, blue and green options.

Plasback says it will use state funding to buy new waste compacting balers.

Having declared in July that all farm plastics sold in New Zealand will have to be recycled or reused, the Ministry for the Environment has made two major grants to help this policy become a reality.

Pottinger says its NOVACAT 402 ED is the biggest rear-mounted mower with conditioner on the market.

Austrian manufacturer Pottinger has added the NOVACAT 402 ED to its range, claiming that with a working width of 3.88 metres, it is the biggest rear-mounted mower with conditioner on the market.

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.

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

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

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.

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.

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

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

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