Off-road specialists Polaris has launched a new speedcontrol and geofencing kit, aimed at keeping operators and workplaces safer by allowing users to set maximum speed limits and limit speeds in geofenced areas.
Now available in New Zealand, Wildcat Static Cling Tint adds a protective layer to the windows of your tractor, harvester or other self-propelled units, to help keep out harmful UV rays and heat, without expensive professional tinting.
German company Stoll, the well-known manufacturer of tractor front loaders and attachments that claims to be the second largest producer in the world, has been brought by Czech company Agrostroj Pelhřimov.
Kuhn has updated its MDS range of fertiliser spreaders, giving farmers more options to upgrade machines as situations change, rather than having to change to a new machine.
As tractors get larger and front linkage kits become more common, many have started fitting underrun or collision protection systems.
Livestock haulers are a crucial link in the New Zealand agriculture supply chain, transporting stock onto or between farms, to livestock markets and processing plants.
In a move that is expected to have a significant impact in the New Zealand farm machinery supply sector, CNH is taking over importing and the distribution of its Case IH and New Holland tractor brands.
With spring upon us, thoughts turn towards shutting up paddocks for conservation and maybe the purchase of new machinery to get the job done. The latest 28 Series disc mowers from Kverneland offer several features that the manufacturer says make a real difference to cutting performance and the cost of ownership.
New Holland Agriculture is celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the introduction of its first self-propelled forage harvester, brought about by transforming its SP818 trailed harvester into a self-propelled machine.
Grassland specialists Kuhn has announced a raft of technological updates to its forage and straw baling equipment, designed to improve control of product quality and/or operational efficiency.
At this year's National Fieldays, the Power Group (PFG) set out to thank farmers and contractors for their efforts in keeping the country going through Covid in 2020 with a 'We Love Farmers' theme.
Designed by a sheep and beef farmer, Vetmarkers are made in New Zealand and sold around the world.
German cultivation and seeding manufacturer Amazone has launched a new semimounted plough range, suitable for tractors in the 400hp class.
While it's still to be confirmed when they'll arrive in New Zealand, Massey Ferguson's new MF 7S series has launched in Europe.
Dutch effluent specialist Vredo is testing 15 and 18-metre wide slurry injection rigs for the upcoming 2022 spreading season.
Choosing the right pump for an effluent system is the key to ensuring a system works well and gives many years of reliable service.
Palmerston North headquartered Strautmann Hopkins Ltd imports the extensive range of Strautmann Muck Spreaders for farmers and contractors, built by the German builder that calls on over 60 years of development, manufacturing and experience in the field of specialised spreaders.
Fifth generation farmer Louis English and his wife Angela milk 850 cows on a 335ha family farm at Dipton West, Southland.
While well known in New Zealand’s dairying circles, Matamata-based Forsi Innovations are also sought further afield, such as a project about to be commissioned at the City University of Hong Kong.
Technology is constantly evolving, meaning products change quickly so you need to ensure improvements and upgrades are yielding value from day one. When looking at on farm upgrades, WaterForce suggests that the following are key questions in your investment research:
With just a month to go before all new and secondhand imported ATVs bikes sold in Australia must be fitted with operator protection devices (OPD) and meet minimum stability requirements, one in six quad bikes for sale through dealerships do not meet the new national safety standards.
While New Zealand is regarded to be the home of No. 8 wire and electric fencing, it looks like the future of fencing might be virtual.
The first Valtra tractor joined the Butler family's farming business in 2000, bought in a hurry to work on a Canterbury conversion and proving itself to be capable and reliable. The business has since owned another eight.
At the recent launch of the New Holland T7 HD Series in Europe, the company spoke of their commitment to ‘Agriculture 4.0’ – a term that is been creeping into the world of agricultural technology for the last couple of years.