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Recent trends in high capacity triple mower set-ups have led to operators requesting a wider choice of swath size and shape.
Taranaki contractor Jason Holdem’s approach to farm machinery is straightforward: “It’s got to be simple to use and need minimum maintenance.”
Following impressive performance reports on its 6m machines, Power Farming has now released the 4m Kverneland U-Drill and the 4m U-Drill+.
No surprise to see the giant Kverneland Group will introduce several new plough ranges at Agritechnica, in Germany, in November.
Now part of the Kubota Corporation, machinery manufacturer Kverneland is on a roll, particularly with new products coming to market.
With 25 years experience of electrical seed metering, Kverneland claims it knows more about electric drive systems than any other precision seeding company.
After 25 years in electrical seed metering, Kverneland claims more knowledge in electric drive systems than any other precision seeding company.
Although he wasn’t in the market for a new rake, a demo of the Kverneland 15m, four-rotor KV 97150 rake persuaded Steve Murray, of B.A. Murray Ltd, Rangiora, him to buy it.
For the 2018-19 grass season Power Farming is introducing a Kverneland 3.2m mounted Mo-Co with rubber-like conditioning rollers, specifically designed for use in fragile crops.