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A new EasyCut B950 butterfly mower from German manufacturer Krone looks to have hit the mark with users.
German harvest machinery specialist Krone has released new digital technology said to enable contractors to accurately record each job in real time, benefitting users and their customers.
Tulloch Farm Machines will display at Fieldays the latest Krone Big X 780 plus maize header, a Big M 450 self-propelled mower conditioner, a Comprima CF 155XC baler and a Swadro TC 640 rotary rake.
While the German manufacturer Krone can claim a history dating back 115 years, its large square balers are much more recent.
Much like the price of petrol, the power outputs of self-propelled forage harvesters continue to rise.
The latest Krone Comprima net wrap unit is proving its worth to Wairarapa dairy farmer Lewis Herrick by enabling him to use net-wrap or a net replacement film for the first time.
They say that X is an unknown quantity, but not so when you look at the Krone Big X range of forage harvesters.
Recently visiting New Zealand was Krone general manager of sales and marketing Willhelm Voss, who was passing the baton, after 22 years, to his successor Martin Eyning.