Strainrite Fencing Systems knows the importance of break fencing on both grass and crops.

Many temporary sheep fencing systems can be troublesome, with reels jamming or breaking and the bugbear of silly hooks on the chains, which continuously catch on everything.

Valtra is continuing it's expansion into Australia and New Zealand with the release of two new tractor series.

With the release of its N5 and T5 series of tractors, Valtra continues to expand its presence in the Australia-New Zealand region.

Kuhn says its MDS range of fertiliser spreaders offer farmers more options.

Kuhn says it has updated its MDS range of fertiliser spreaders, which offer farmers more options and provide machines that can be upgraded as their farming situation changes – without the need to buy a whole new spreader.

Teletrac Navman NZ’s Carl Kingi says GPS technology can deliver productivity and efficiency benefits.

Despite increased commodity prices, many farmers are feeling the pinch as costs like fuel, fertiliser and freight continue to rise.

John Deere claims its 6R tractor series will deliver more power, precision agriculture technology and manoeuvrability to NZ farmers.

The John Deere 6R will deliver more power, precision agriculture technology and manoeuverability to New Zealand farmers, according to the company’s Australia/New Zealand production system manager, Steph Gersekowski.

Daytech’s fourth generation DT20 range is an example of the company’s ‘build it well, build it once’ philosophy.

Masterton's Daytech Engineering has developed a loyal following for its products – particularly its flat-deck trailers.

Deutz Fahr’s new professional series tractors will be promoted under the Warrior brand name.

Deutz-Fahr's fourth generation of high horsepower, professional series tractors are being released to international markets, with arrival in New Zealand scheduled for the second half of 2022 or early 2023.

The DirectInject system allows the precise injection of specific products into the spray circuit, which can be stopped and started as required.

Users will have more control during spraying operations with Amazone’s new DirectInject system.

Machinery manufacturers continue to face challenges and disruptions.

Since Covid-19 reared its ugly head in early 2020, machinery manufacturers have faced and continued to face challenges and disruptions.

By taking a new approach to its apprenticeship programme, agricultural equipment supplier Norwood says it is ensuring farmers’ machinery will be supported in the future, while also bringing a wider range of people into the industry.

With many self-propelled forage harvester manufacturers offering machines hitting 1000hp, the bottleneck in any harvesting system is always likely to be at the clamp.

While most rakes or swathers are tine-based, over the last few years more and more manufacturers have been adding belt-based mergers to their product offerings.

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