The Dutch selfpropelled sprayer manufacturer Agrifac already has an impressive product portfolio.
In the hectic baling season, the risk of fire is ever present.
Tillage, seeding and planting specialists Vaderstad has introduced its new Inspire product range – focused on the 12-metre seed drill segment.
With the upcoming market year 2022 (MY22) only a few weeks away, John Deere has released details of changes to its 6R tractor range.
The latest Case IH Optum AFS Connect range features a new cab, interior and connectivity package designed to benefit both the operator and the owner.
NZ tractor sales saw a record-breaking September 2021, mirroring a rising market that has been experienced throughout the year.
A Christchurch based business has designed, developed, manufactured and released a modern alternative to the traditional wooden fencing batten.
The desire for face-to-face business was recently demonstrated by the return of the 44th EIMA Show in Italy - the first major event of its type since the onset of Covid.
It has been said that “there are sheep conveyors and then there are sheep conveyors”.
Based on a 220- head dairy farm near Stratford, and with a good knowledge – gathered first-hand – of the region’s agriculture sector, Hey Harvesting is owned and operated by Andy and Rebecca Hey.
Claas has announced several improvements for its 2022 JAGUAR 900 forage harvesters, including increased options for the front attachment drive.
New Holland has launched the T7 Heavy Duty (HD) tractor with Precision Land Management Intelligence (PLM) to the New Zealand market.
German manufacturer Krone has opened a new testing facility at its Lingen site.
German farm machinery manufacturer Horsch says it is at an advanced stage of developing its aptly named Robo autonomous planter.
Italian manufacturer Faresin recently previewed its new FS range of telehandlers.
While much of urban Australia has its chin on its chest because of Covid, out in the countryside the arrival of rain, decent crops and a government write-back allowance has put a smile back on many farmers and rural supply companies - not least machinery dealers.
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.
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.
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.