The Handypiece Pro features variable speeds from 2400 - 3500rpm, typically carrying out dagging, crutching and trimming cows' tails at a mid-speed of 2700 rpm.

Listening to customers across all sectors of agriculture helps the Handypiece team design and engineer options to make its unit better suited for each application. 

Kuhn's VBP 3100 series baler-wrappers can now be equipped with film binding systems.

The Kuhn VBP 3100 series variable chamber baler-wrapper combination can now be equipped with the patented Kuhn Twin-reel film binding system.

 
 
John Deere's X Series combine harvesters recently received a CES Innovation Award.

John Deere's X Series Combine Harvesters received a CES Innovation Award to recognise their ‘outstanding product design and engineering in consumer technology’.

The Väderstad Spirit 400C/S pneumatic seed drill is designed to deliver greater seeding precision.

Väderstad has updated its Spirit 400C/S pneumatic seed drill, which aims to deliver greater seeding precision, user-friendly electronics and a high field performance in the 4-metre seed drill sector.

Krone Big Pack balers boosts operator comfort and optimise high-wear components on the machines.

The latest generation of Krone Big Pack balers sets out to minimise the total cost of ownership (TCO), while also boosting operator comfort and optimising high-wear components to increase machine longevity.

The Combi Clamp Sheep handling system is most commonly used for dagging, weighing, drenching and vaccinating, but it is also well suited for foot paring and mouthing.

Helmut Claas, long-time managing director and chairman of the CLAAS group, has died at the age of 94.

With many industries hit hard by the Covid pandemic, it seems the popular consensus is that agriculture will be the saving grace for many countries’ economies.

The founding director of a top local farm machinery manufacturer has died, leaving behind a legacy based on strength and reliability – personal traits that live on in his company and the products it builds.

While many sectors of the agricultural machinery were hit by the ravages of Covid-19, the effects of the pandemic did not prevent the privately-owned Claas Group from enjoying a 3.7% increase in sales during 2020.

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