The Pöttinger Terradisc compact disc harrow lends itself to a wide range of applications throughout the arable season.
Moving large diameter or heavy rollers between different properties has always been a logistical nightmare.
Bogballe focusses on one product line, building fertiliser spreaders every day, with a history that dates back over 70 years and sees the blue spreaders made in Denmark exported to over 100 countries around the globe.
Dubbed as a universal seeder, Amazone’s new GreenDrill 501 is said to be ideal for one-pass sowing of ‘catch crops’, fine seeds and undersown crops in combination with the company’s trailed cultivators.
The financial, operational and managerial benefits of Ceres Tag ear tags are significant, according to Kenneth Irons, managing director at Precision Farming.
Taragate's updated geared reel system is an even more user-friendly unit.
A new energiser from Datamars Speedrite range claims to be the first “smart” electric fence unit, alongside an output of 46 joules.
A new calf trailer, from Mid Canterbury manufacturer Plucks, claims to improve calf welfare during transport, particularly with regards to injury and risk of infection.
Amazone has released a ‘back to basics’ mechanical version of its popular Cataya 3000 Special seed drill for its range of industry-leading rotary harrows and cultivators.
Having seen Spikey from Pastoral Robotics at the 2017 National Fieldays, we recently caught up with a unit that had completed two seasons on a dairy farm a short distance from Rotorua.
Honda's new TRX 520 ATV's are pretty impressive. But which model would you choose?
Although it's not a well-recognised name in New Zealand ATV or UTV circles, Hisun NZ has been gaining traction.
For the past decade, European fertiliser spreader manufacturer Sulky has been offering Fertitest, a service designed to assist with the configuration and effective use of the brand’s spreaders.
A Monosem Monoshox NG Plus M pneumatic planter, with double discs and individual seeding units, has proved to be the perfect choice for Murray and Nick Johns.
AMAZONE has raised the bar in the area of partial width spraying technology.
Belt mergers are known for their clean forage pick up and handling, the KUHN Merge Maxx 950 is no exception.
Motueka contractor James Lea’s says his new McCormick X6 430 VT drive tractor not only has the traction to go anywhere, it also makes him more efficient.
A clever idea from the Emerald Isle, addresses the issue of stability when operating loaders on silage stacks.
With hemp production expected to increase in New Zealand over the coming years, it might not be too long before we see some strange looking machines out in the paddocks.
If you want a sneak peek at Kubota’s vision for the future, look no further than its Concept-X tractor recently unveiled in Kyoto City.
Pottinger is launching a 3.0 m version of its cross-flow auger.
Over the last two decades, the once familiar trailed forage harvester has become a rare sight in the paddock — is that all about to change?
Effluent pump maker Numedic says its new pump casing allow poo to be pumped more efficiently to paddocks around the farm.
The look of All Terrain Vehicles (ATV) hasn’t really changed over the years, but CF Moto recently gave the market a glimpse of where things might be heading.