Pichon's TCI range (Tanker with Chassis Integrated) has been the trademark of the brand for more than forty-five years.
Turley Farms has found success with a trailed Horsch Leeb GS sprayer.
From July 1, John Deere Construction and Forestry Equipment will be available from AGrowQuip in the North Island and Drummond & Etheridge (D&E) in the South Island.
First seen as concepts at Agritechnica two years ago, CLAAS has now released the world’s first half-tracked tractors with full suspension.
Korean tractor brand TYM Tractors have been available in New Zealand for more than a decade, building a reputation for quality as a quiet achiever.
One of the greatest threats of our time, potentially on a scale larger than Covid-19, is antimicrobial resistance, or AMR.
A focus on cow condition helped Jessica Willis almost halve the not-in-calf rate on a dairy farm she managed for four years.
Greg Jarratt, vet and director of Matamata Veterinary Services, on why farmers shouldn't reduce feed without also destocking.
From next week it will become an offence to transport untagged animals.
Strict hygiene standards on dairy farms will be an important part of long-term export market protection, say award-winning Waikato farmers Adrian and Pauline Ball.
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