Ag-tech company Consumer Physics is introducing SCiO Cup – said to be the world’s fastest, portable, lab-grade forage dry matter analyser.
Well known throughout New Zealand over the past 18 years, Pottinger has redesigned its rear-mounted Novadisc mowers to incorporate a side pivot mounting.
High quality, reliable lighting is essential for anyone involved in agriculture or the great outdoors.
Italian made Simmm Power Cleaner 100/11 and Power Gun 100/11 single-phase (230 volt) electric water blasters are proving popular in many applications.
A stoush is brewing with the Federal Chamber of Automotive Industries (FCAI) heavily criticising Farmsafe Australia’s recent Safer Farm Report.
Mark Murphy, the national commercial manager for Rakaia Engineering doesn’t mince his words when it comes to effluent management.
Correct effluent management can deliver savings on fertiliser costs, increased grass growth, while also ensuring environmental compliance regulations are met.
Williams Engineering Limited, based on the Hauraki Plains, has been producing high quality, practical and cost-effective farm machinery for the past 40 years.
Many farmers use tail painting for heat detection, a task that can be difficult, time consuming and dangerous – the latter particularly so if staff are climbing or reaching over rump rails in the dairy shed during milking.
Taking the NZ Launch Innovation award for their colostrum management system in the 2020 Fieldays Competition, Antahi Innovations were building on their previous winner the Trusti Tuber.
Josh and Sarah Gourley don’t believe in standing still.
The new Massey Ferguson 4100 Series variable chamber round balers, now arriving at NZ dealerships, have changed their look from 2019 models.
New Holland Agriculture has upgraded its telehandler offering, with new naming and livery, with the latter said to integrate the range into the NH harvesting family.
Narva's new Aeromax LED Rotating Beacons are said to offer big performance and durability.
One of Australasia’s largest, privately-owned farm machinery distributors, Landpower is building a new $10 million complex adjacent to Hamilton Airport.
Intended for use on medium and large farms, the latest Kuhn GA 7631 and GA 8131 semi-mounted central-delivery rakes come with working widths from 6.7m to 7.5m and 7.1m to 8m respectively.
When Chris Kenel bought his first Valtra tractor back in 2003, he told the dealer he thought it would last 20,000 hours and he expected the only thing that would wear out would be the seat.
With forage maize playing such an important part of the New Zealand fodder supply chain, a useful hand-held moisture measuring device might prove useful for making good management decisions.
A Dutch-built drill for establishing catch crops is said to offer a quicker and more effective method of establishing grass under maize.
GreenRiggers electric fence outriggers are designed and manufactured in New Zealand.
Pottinger’s SensoSafe detection system is now undergoing working trials on farms in Europe.
While courts around the world argue through claims herbicide Roundup is carcinogenic, Bayer has agreed to pay out US$10.9 billion to settle US-based lawsuits.
Wildcat's new floor mats are designed to better fit New Zealand utes.
On what should have been the second and third days of the cancelled National Fieldays, a group of Morrinsville businesses used June 11-12 to launch and run their own event.