Ag machinery maker John Deere has released details of the new 5M models set to hit the New Zealand market next year.
While new equipment or products are evaluated for the benefits they can bring, equally important are the relationships that you have with the people you do business with.
Do they really understand your operation? Are their products what you need? Can these make your life easier? Do suppliers value your business and are they good to deal with?
Taragate co-founder Barbara Powell says with no Fieldays this June, Taragate is covering all the bases with some new products, great deals and new ways of doing business.
“Our customers consistently tell us the importance of product knowledge and product accessibility is a main concern when making purchasing decisions,” she says.
Taragate has had several new products in development, which will be released over the coming months. One is the ‘Dead or Alive’ handle, which has been added to the company’s range, alongside a retractable 19 metre tape gate – ideal for feed pads and controlling stock around yards. There is also the recently released ZerO range of fence standards – including an all-new Live Post.
“No two farming operations are the same, so Taragate are focused on tailoring packages to suit individual requirements and currently concentrating on winter grazing deals,” Powell explains.
“As a smaller manufacturer, we are nimble enough to do this quickly and efficiently, with our website making it easy to choose products, purchase then and have them delivered to a store or your door.”
Most importantly she says the company knows farming.
“We have some excellent deals,” Powell adds. “So, talk to us and you’ll find us great to deal with.”