A web-based technology is now available to help farmers better manage their water resources and improve decision-making around irrigation.
A smartphone application claims to allow cows to be managed without fences and by the touch of a button.
Fuel Storage Systems are a proud New Zealand based manufacturer.
ISOBUS gives Hardi Navigator trailed sprayers automatic compatibility with the tractor and its on-board systems.
Hecton Products has been in the sheep handling business for more than 40 years now and its Sheep Handler and Weigh Crate products are common sights around the country.
The first Croplands sprayers made their way into New Zealand’s apple orchards nearly 50 years ago.
Quinfert owner, Bert Quin says his autumn fertiliser sales are nearly double last year’s.
Developed and made in NZ by two farming brothers for over 20 years, Optimise micronised pelletised lime-based fertiliser is touted as a sustainable option with a difference.
A Canterbury farmer has created a solution for farmers wanting to protect their utes from stock.
Mark Daniel reports on McIntosh's impressive Double Bale Feeder.
Giltrap Engineering says its Multi-Feeder Plus offers users a wider range of feeding options.
The financial, operational and managerial benefits of Ceres Tag ear tags are significant, according to Kenneth Irons, managing director at Precision Farming.
Tyre manufacturer Continental has launched its all-new ‘Agriculture TireTech’ app, aimed specifically at the farming sector.
Two New Zealand agribusinesses are partnering up in the name of quality milk.
Tough times are ahead for many businesses, but Lastrite Footwear is match fit, having already survived the flood of cheap imports unleashed when import tariffs were dropped.
Made from rotationally moulded polyethylene, the Smart Silo range offers capacities from 280 litres to 30 tonnes.
The TOYOTOMI Laser FF95 burns ordinary diesel and is a suitable replacement for log burners, pellet fires, electric and gas heaters in homes, offices or general areas.
A Cambridge company has unveiled another innovation that helps farmers set calves up for a lifetime of good health, fertility and production.
With the National Fieldays cancelled for the 2020 season, hoof-care specialists VeeHof are creating their own VeeHof Fieldays Online 2020 Event.
North Canterbury farmer Cameron Henderson says he looks at OverseerFM as an ‘environmental accounting system’.