Kuhn Performer 3000.

The new Kuhn Performer 3000, with a 3m working width, extends the existing Performer 4, 5, 6 and 7m tine/disc deep cultivator range that will cut, mix, loosen soil and consolidation it in one pass.

 
 
Depth control made easy

Global positioning specialist Topcon has released details of its Norac tillage depth control system, which uses existing technology proven in the Norac boom height control package.

An Evolution Dispenser set up in a shed.

PPP Industries Ltd, New Zealand-owned company, has been designing, manufacturing and installing innovative agricultural equipment for at least 50 years.

Hari Hari dairy farmer Zane Wyatt says the arrival of the new Pottinger NovaCat Alpha Motion 301 front mower will slash his mowing times.

Hari Hari dairy farmer Zane Wyatt says the arrival of the new Pottinger NovaCat Alpha Motion 301 front mower will slash his mowing times.

Wayne Coffey designed the original Combi Clamp sheep handler 16 years ago while managing a hill country sheep property east of Taihape.

Although it's painted like any fire truck and has flashing lights and a siren, a Case IH Farmall tractor named Kahu isn’t fighting fires.

The Murray family-owned distributor FarmChief says that as tractors get more powerful there is also an opportunity to update the machinery being used.

Strainrite fencing Systems says it has developed the Joule Shield wooden post claw insulator to address the limitations inherent in older insulators.

Keep an eye out at the Central Districts and South Island agricultural field days for the new range of Suzuki KingQuads.

An intelligent new Auto Mix + Spray unit from GEA’s FIL division is said to set a gold standard in teat spraying, providing farmers with an accurately mixed solution applied ‘fresh’ at every milking.

Norwood has opened a new division called Norwood Hire, offering short-medium term hire contracts on tractors and equipment.

Heiniger New Zealand released its Icon FX shearing handpiece late February to catch the regional field days and the Golden Shears event in Masterton.

 

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In a follow-up to this old mutt’s piece two issues ago about Fonterra directors getting to grips with the co-op’s…

Shocking

There are many stories from ‘the impossible to believe, but believable’ files that your old mate is often told about.

 
 

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