Agribuggy A280© RBI/James Andrews
In the 1970s and 1980s it seemed every man and his dog was having a stab at building a low-ground-pressure (LGP), self-propelled sprayer. Many were little more than a crudely modified Land Rover with floatation tyres bolted on the axles, but others such as the Frazier Agribuggy were purpose-built machines that tiptoed over boggy ground like a pond skater. See also: Farmer’s view of a Multidrive 6185 self-propelled sprayer As farms have got bigger and tramlines have got wider, most makers […]