Nationwide on-farm recycler Plasback has more than doubled the volume of waste plastic it collected this year.
St Paul's Collegiate School in Hamilton has come up trumps again at the recent Fieldays Online Innovation Awards.
CLAAS will soon release six new side-mounted rear mowers.
Irish agritech company MagGrow has won the International Innovation Award at the 2020 Fieldays Innovations Competition.
Deutz Fahr has introduced the new 8280 TTV, which is aimed at filling the gap between its current 7 and 9 Series models.
Ag-tech company Consumer Physics is introducing SCiO Cup – said to be the world’s fastest, portable, lab-grade forage dry matter analyser.
Well known throughout New Zealand over the past 18 years, Pottinger has redesigned its rear-mounted Novadisc mowers to incorporate a side pivot mounting.
The Great Plains Spartan II triple disc, no-till air drill range has been updated to meet the evolving New Zealand market.
Agricultural contractor Grant Kinsman sticks with what he knows and likes.
John Deere has updated its entire header line-up for combines to include the new HDR Rigid Cutterbar Drapers, RDF HydraFlex Drapers, a BP15 Belt Pickup, and CR and CF Corn Heads.
As a sign of the times, last week Valtra brought together 180 journalists from around the world for the “livestream” launch of its first, fifth-generation tractor – the new G series.
High quality, reliable lighting is essential for anyone involved in agriculture or the great outdoors.
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.
Williams Engineering Limited, based on the Hauraki Plains, has been producing high quality, practical and cost-effective farm machinery for the past 40 years.
New Holland has entered the world of hybrid headers, launching a new machine that blends its conventional threshing drum and twin-rotor separation technologies.
Imported and distributed by Giltrap Agrizone in Cambridge, Hi-Spec slurry tankers and manure spreaders are offered in several ranges to suit farmers and contractors.
Machinery importer and distributor Power Farming has introduced a new weapon to its extensive cultivation arsenal in the shape of the Kverneland Turbo T.
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.
Based in Hannover, Germany, Continental started making farm tyres in 1928 and continued right until 2004.
John Deere has announced updates and additions to its lineup of 7R and 8R tractors for the 2021 model year.