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    Some may think farmers have winters off, but the reality is that as one season closes, the focus turns to preparing for the next. Conducting equipment due diligence and preventative maintenance is a must, especially with the ongoing trend...
    Case IH and New Holland Agriculture, the global agricultural machinery brands of CNH Industrial N.V., have won nine ASABE 2021 AE50 awards. The prestigious awards, conferred by a panel of international engineering experts, are chosen on the basis of...
    Claas of America announced six additions to its range of hay and forage tools. The new offerings include two models of Orbis headers for the Jaguar forage harvester and four models of Disco rear mowers, all of which will...
    Case IH’s Axial-Flow 4088 combine harvester has been put through its paces during field trials in Kenya. Using a Case IH 20-foot rigid header, the combine was tested in wheat, barley, canola, and sorghum, and was also tested in maize...
    John Deere is adding two new models of X Series Combine Harvesters to its harvesting lineup to help large-scale farmers thresh, separate, and clean more tonnes per hour or harvest more hectares per day, even under changing conditions, without...
    The Noria basket enables the collection and transport of the vines and fruit without ground losses and with no maceration. With 40 years of leadership in the sector, the revolutionary picking system is a productivity benchmark to winemakers. The collaboration...
    Cummins announces that the Bandit Industries’ Intimidator 20XP track whole tree chipper is now available with the B6.7 Performance Series engine, rated at 326 hp / 243 kW. Dual certified to meet EU Stage V and EPA Tier 4...
    John Deere’s new 9000 Series self-propelled forage harvester will be making its UK show working debut at ScotGrass 2019 in Dumfries in May. It will be demonstrated (on plot 13) alongside the company’s latestwrapping baler and 6R Series CommandPRO tractor.   The...
    An enterprising spirit, enduring perseverance and an ability to change with the times have seen an emerging timber harvesting contractor in northern KwaZulu-Natal evolve from a motor manual outfit into a successful, fully mechanised harvesting operation. Joseph Zulu started his...
    1165 is a mid-sized harvester well suited for thinning, selective cut and final fell applications. With strong swing and levelling capabilities that exceed the competition, 1165 is well suited for steep slopes. The machine is available in both six-wheel...