Tafe tractor
Cornish farmer Robert Hooper has returned to an old-school system to make spraying and spreading duties a little less sketchy on his steep-hilled dairy, beef and sheep unit. The farm’s new Indian-made Tafe tractor has been kitted out with a set of steel spade lug wheels to cope with the Everest-like slopes across the 300ha of grazing pastures at Crackington Haven near Bude. It means he can keep the grass on his steepest ground productive for grazing sheep and cattle. […]
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