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Emily straw spreader uses triple walking floor

French maker Emily is the latest firm to offer a telehandler-mounted straw shredder/bedder.

Posted: 20 September 2014 | Full Article
Twose offers a variable forward-reach hedger

Twose has entered the variable forward-reach arm market with a new 5.4m model that claims to deliver greater comfort and visibility.

Posted: 19 September 2014 | Full Article
Fullwood cow weigher is a walkover

Fullwood has launched a walkover weighing system that lets you monitor the weight of individual cows. It could improve herd management and give early identification of developing health issues, says the company.

Posted: 18 September 2014 | Full Article
New tool to trace your stolen chainsaw

New machinery sales might ebb and flow, but you can always be sure of a healthy black market for small farm and forestry equipment, particularly when the winter nights draw in.

Posted: 18 September 2014 | Full Article
Shelbourne gives header trailers 4-wheel-steer

Suffolk manufacturer Shelbourne Reynolds has introduced three all-wheel-steer header trailers aimed at farmers and contractors struggling to get through tight field entrances.

Posted: 17 September 2014 | Full Article
Deere Sampo combines on sale for 2015

John Deere will be offering Finnish-made Sampo Rosenlew combines for the UK 2015 harvest following a deal struck between the two companies last year.

Posted: 17 September 2014 | Full Article
John Deere's 8000-series foragers offer advanced tech

Deere’s fresh-out-the-box 8000-series self-propelled forage harvesters offers advanced tech.

Posted: 16 September 2014 | Full Article
Heko ring cultivator goes fast but needs little hp

Here is something a bit different. It is a German-made Heko cultivator that uses big rings to cope with large quantities of straw.

Posted: 16 September 2014 | Full Article
Chafer shows ultra-accurate applicator for Avadex

As worries about blackgrass increase, farmers are increasingly turning to Avadex granules. Andy Collings reports on a new piece of equipment that claims to make application of the product more accurate

Posted: 15 September 2014 | Full Article
Track Marshall tracked crawler attacks slippery slopes

In a bid to curb the terror of traversing slippery slopes, one Welsh farmer has ditched his tractor for a restored metal-tracked crawler.

Posted: 14 September 2014 | Full Article
Latest cultivators on show at Tillage-Live

French manufacturer Agrisem, now being brought in by Yorkshire firm KRM, has some unusual touches.

Posted: 13 September 2014 | Full Article
Five new machines on show at Tillage-Live

For the first time in donkey’s years a new plough model has trundled out of Dowedeswell’s Warwickshire-based works.

Posted: 13 September 2014 | Full Article
What's in your shed? Cheshire firm opens its doors

What’s in your shed? Sisters Lorraine and Jilly Bennion and operations managers Simon Rutter and Mark Hollinshead give us a tour around their Cheshire contracting operation - L&J Bennion.

Posted: 12 September 2014 | Full Article
Pottinger reveals new baler and latest Aerosem seed drills

Pottinger showed its first round baler and latest Aerosem seed drills to dealers and the press at a recent event at its Austrian headquarters. Emily Padfield was there.

Posted: 12 September 2014 | Full Article
2014 Farmers Weekly Contractor Farmer finalists revealed

Once you've found a decent farm contractor, there's a good chance you'll stick with them for good. This year's Contractor of the Year finalists run very different businesses, but they all have a loyal bunch of satisfied customers, most of whom have been with them since the start.

Posted: 12 September 2014 | Full Article
Deere unveils latest range of self-propelled foragers

John Deere’s 8000 Series has announced a new range of self-propelled forage harvesters for next year.

Posted: 11 September 2014 | Full Article
Normac exhibitors do battle with blackgrass and slugs

Blackgrass was fresh on the minds of those at this year's Normac cultivations demo near Norwich. Oliver Mark looked at three machines that may help in the fight.

Posted: 11 September 2014 | Full Article
Merlo revamps Turbofarmer telehandlers

Merlo has revamped its apple-green telehandler range. Oliver Mark finds out what’s changed

Posted: 10 September 2014 | Full Article
Deutz adds C7000 models to its combines line-up

Deutz-Fahr has added two new C7000 combine models to its line-up, explains Martin Rickatson.

Posted: 09 September 2014 | Full Article
Lely unveils speediest baler yet

Dutch machinery maker Lely reckons its prototype continuous baler will be the fastest in the world. David Cousins was there for the grand unveiling.

Posted: 08 September 2014 | Full Article

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