The John Deere 750A All-Till drill is a popular choice in New Zealand, offering high outputs in conventional, minimal and no-till regimes and precise seed placement.
The world may be going all-out on electric vehicles, but GCH Aviation, Christchurch, is trialling a large, gas turbine-powered drone to service farming clients.
To farm more sustainably and profitably, many farmers and contractors are exploring the advantages offered by strip-tilling.
After 25 years in electrical seed metering, Kverneland claims more knowledge in electric drive systems than any other precision seeding company.
A new range of trailed and self-propelled sprayers from German manufacturer Horsch is now available in New Zealand from distributor Norwood.
Rotowiper manufacturers a wide range of weed wipers — from 1.8 to 12m in several configurations.
Tough, safe and comfortable – Oliver’s latest work boots tick all the boxes.
Tractor importers and distributors have a healthy 2018 report card from the Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA).
The Advanced Driving System available for the Landini Rex 4 series tractors won the Technical Innovation Award 2018 at the recent EIMA-18 the trade show in Bologna, Italy.
Toyota New Zealand was crowned NZ’s automotive market leader for 2018.
The Yamaha Wolverine X2-R spec looks to offer great work prospects plus performance — so you can have a little fun.
A US family-owned farming operation has set not one, but two new Guinness World Records by harvesting 1111 tonnes of maize in eight hours and then 1620 tonnes in 12 hours.
With Christmas just around the corner, farmers thoughts will be on finding a gift for the domestic manager, the ankle-biters – and maybe a little prezzie for themselves.
Aitchison's Earthquaker subsoiler helps break soil pans and improves drainage.
Kawasaki's recently introduced Pro-MX UTV sits between the larger, three-seater Mule Pro-FX and the compact Mule-SX.
Sales of tractors are up 17% on this time last year and could set a record by year-end, says NZ Tractor and Machinery Association (TAMA) president John Tulloch.
Rural life, and agriculture is driven by changing seasons that dictate on-farm tasks and operations and busy times can mean pressure on owners or employees.
New Holland has exhibited a concept tractor to give everyone a look at what a Fiat machine might possibly look like if it were built for the modern era.
The latest offering from tyre specialist Cooper, in the shape of the Discoverer AT3, is said to offer a range of benefits for specific vehicle types that are used in on-road and all-terrain situations.
Tyre manufacturer Continental is celebrating the 90th anniversary of its launch of Europe’s first pneumatic agricultural tyre onto the market.
Fendt was once a brand that many farmers and contractors aspired to own.
A firm stand on demonstrating machinery and technology is a key reason why 50% of the exhibitor sites are now sold for the South Island Agricultural Field Days, says spokesman Daniel Schat.
With Christmas closing on us quickly, new year will soon be gone and before we know it we’ll be into the 2019 round of regional field days — Dargaville, Kirwee and Fielding.
John Deere is updating its lineup of 110 to 250hp 6R series cabbed tractors for 2019.