A simpler, safer, ‘sexier’ trailed finger-wheel rake manufactured by South Australian company, Schinckel Hayrakes, Naracoorte, has taken out the Machine of the Year award at this year’s Henty Machinery Field Days in southern New South Wales.
What’s the latest in the farm machinery world? Farm Service Manager app; Smartfirmer seed row sensor; Automated lubrication systems; Getting round the baler business; Masons upgrade Morris seeder; Nyrex bin auction; JD tractor upgrades.
What’s the latest in the farm machinery world? Croplands boom spray: NH tracked tractor; Kuhn strip tiller; Morris machinery; JD updates harvest solutions; Aussie manufacturer runner-up; Data collection from all machinery; Aerial analysis assisting agronomists.
A clear film designed to cover plant rows like a roll of glad-wrap is set to deliver the heat and moisture benefits of glasshouse production and boost the establishment of high-value crops such as cotton.
The Federal Government’s decision in the May budget to extend the $20,000 asset write-off incentive for small businesses for another year has been welcomed by primary producers and machinery manufacturers.
Russian software developer, Cognitive Technologies, has extended its development of autonomous driving systems for agricultural machinery with its latest innovation, an ‘agrodroid’ autonomous control system that can be transferred between different machines on a farm.
CNH Industrial, the manufacturer and distributor of specialist seeding equipment brand Flexi-Coil, has integrated the Australian agricultural equipment manufacturer, Horwood Bagshaw, into its portfolio.
What’s the latest in the machinery world? Ground Breaker and Tilco to merge; John Deere releases new chisel plow; First Case IH Steiger 500 CVT Quadtrac goes to WA.
What’s the latest in the machinery world? Record result for Amazone; Case IH advances automation technology; John Deere combine takes award; Trufab chaser bin hits international stage; Morris cart reduces inputs; Precision without bells and whistles; Wider no-till seeding system; Spacers add to Fastrac versatility; Kuhn mowers cut dry-down time.
A total of 736 registered buyers, including a contingent from overseas bidding online, drove prices for low-hour, second-hand combine harvesters and tractors to over a quarter of a million dollars at Ritchie Bros first heavy equipment auction at Dubbo, NSW, yesterday.