The final list of candidates for Fonterra’s board election is out. Surprisingly only one candidate came through the farmer nominated…
Until now the possibility of taking data from existing mechanical implements and feeding the information into farm management systems has been a pipedream for most farmers.
Wearing parts for soil engaging implements are a hefty cost for any farmer or contractor, so selection should be based on factors such as prevailing conditions and areas to be covered.
The German farm machinery maker Lemken says it grew its business in 2018 despite difficult trading conditions.
The German cultivation and seeding specialist Lemken has bought the Dutch company Skeketee – part of its plan to promote mechanical weeding, given the pressure growing on the use of weedkillers.