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FWi - Machinery News 06/18/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. Eyre Trailers specialises in custom builds and its latest creation is an innovative low-cost round-bale carrier that requires just one ratchet strap to hold the load in place. The Lincolnshire firm’s simple design uses a central beam with frames hanging off either side to cradle the bottom row of bales. This stops them rolling and […]. The post Cereals 2019: Eyre Trailers shows low-cost round-bale carrier appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/17/2019 01:29
Farmers Weekly. Robotic milking has helped two suckler beef producers make the step into dairy farming by easing the workload and breaking down the routine. Brothers James and Alec Cowan were running 120 Aberdeen Angus cross Hereford suckler cows and 700 Welsh mules at Blaencwmpridd, near Llandysul. There was pressure on profitability due to rising production costs […]. The post Switch from beef to dairying eased by robotic milker appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/17/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. Running two Fan Jet spreaders to throw small pellets over wide working widths had previously meant having two terminals cluttering up the cab, but Stocks now has a new screen that will control a pair of hoppers on its own. It is capable of managing variable-rate applications from prescription maps and can reduce rates when […]. The post Cereals 2019: New Stocks terminal controls two hoppers appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/16/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. German maker Ziegler might be better known for its maize headers, four-wheel steer cutterbar trailers and oilseed rape side knives in the UK, but the firm is now building its own line of cultivators, too. The company manufactures its kit – along with frames for some of Kverneland and Gregoire Besson’s ploughs – at its […]. The post Cereals 2019: Ziegler unveils cultivator range appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/15/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. Increasing pressure from water companies to reduce the amount of run-off from maize stubbles has prompted Weaving Machinery to build a dedicated companion crop drill. It’s not the first of this type – a number of contractors and farmers have assembled their own from Weaving bits. However, this is the first time the firm has […]. The post Cereals 2019: Berthoud sprayers get three-fold steel booms appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/14/2019 08:07
Farmers Weekly. The Hands Free Hectare project has demonstrated a range of new safety features at the Cereals event in Lincolnshire this week. The next stage of the project will see the team from Harper Adams University and Precision Decisions move on from farming a single hectare field autonomously to a 35ha farm with both winter and […]. The post Video: Hands Free Hectare safely avoids pedestrians appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/14/2019 02:00
Farmers Weekly. Horsch has established itself as one of the lead names in the trailed sprayer conversation, but its Leeb machines tend to be priced at the upper end of the market. However, the company has now added a cheaper model to its portfolio that should appeal to those working with slightly tighter budgets. The good news […]. The post Cereals 2019: Horsch adds cheaper AX to Leeb sprayer range appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/13/2019 07:24
Farmers Weekly. Farmers are continuing to compete fiercely for second-hand machinery, with high new kit prices and low commodity values prompting them to seek out purchases at auction. The offering at Cambridge Machinery Sale on Monday (10 June) included nearly 350 tractors, of which 50% sold, according to Bill King of auctioneer Cheffins. “The second-hand […]. The post Strong competition in second-hand tractor market appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/13/2019 05:05
Farmers Weekly. Chafer has decided the time is right to expand the lower reaches of its sprayer range, with a new self-propelled model that offers a smaller tank, narrower booms and a cheaper price than the existing Interceptor. The company hopes it will find favour with those looking to upgrade from Agribuggy-sized machines to something with a […]. The post Cereals 2019: Smaller Defender joins Chafer’s self-propelled lineup appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/13/2019 01:20
Farmers Weekly. Increasing agricultural productivity by improving UK farming practices is among the key aims of the government’s Agri-Tech strategy – a £90m investment with four Agri-Tech centres at its heart. The technology these centres produce aims to revolutionise farming with tools to raise profits and improve Britain’s farm productivity, which lags well behind that of its global […]. The post Can Agri-Tech deliver new ‘golden age’ for farmers? appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/11/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. The loss of broad-spectrum contact herbicide diquat didn’t come as a surprise, but the months of speculation finally ended when its scheduled withdrawal was announced late last year. While a number of crops will be affected, none will be hit harder than the potato sector, which has relied on the active ingredient for quick, cost-effective […]. The post Potato haulm toppers: What are the options? appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/10/2019 01:30
Farmers Weekly. While min-till remains a key focus for the 1,800-acre Upton Suffolk Farms at Red Lodge, near Newmarket, the plough still has a key role to play – not just for rotational grass weed control, but also for maize and sugar beet seedbeds. But with light sandy loam over chalk, consolidation is key. And the Velcourt-managed […]. The post New Holland improves engine of flagship FR920 forager appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/09/2019 01:20
Farmers Weekly. Hertfordshire-based mapping firm Fieldmargin has developed a lower-cost satellite imagery service that will allow more farmers to use it to help make agronomic decisions. The new Field Health feature is available as part of its Pro plan and gives regularly updated pictures and NDVI analysis of fields using imagery from Sentinel-2 satellites. Growers also have […]. The post Fieldmargin lowers the cost of satellite-sourced field images appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/08/2019 01:49
Farmers Weekly. Keen to increase the pedestrian pace of small-bale hay production, Virginia farmer Rusty Inskeep designed and built a baling system that almost tripled the farm’s output. The slick setup allows the team at Mount Pony Farms to make, collect and stack about 5,500 bales safely in the dry each day, without having to do a […]. The post Farmer builds ingenious twin-chamber double square baler appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/07/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. Massey Ferguson has announced it will build three new tractors for the sub-100hp market, adding to the 3700-series it launched in 2017. The 3700 AL models will be 75hp, 85hp and 95hp and all feature a 24×12 powershuttle transmission with a two-speed powershift to provide eight clutchless changes in each of the three ranges using […]. The post Massey Ferguson launches compact 3700 AL tractor range appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/06/2019 10:11
Farmers Weekly. A walker who was left paralysed when a Lincolnshire farmer ran him down in an uninsured 4X4 is due massive damages following a landmark court ruling. Farmer Dennis Tindale, 83, “erroneously assumed” he was in pursuit of metal thieves when he set off across a field in a Nissan Terrano. After motoring along a footpath, […]. The post Man paralysed by uninsured 4×4 on private land wins case appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/06/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. The National Association of Agricultural Contractors (NAAC) has published its price guide for the 2019-20 season, which provides a countrywide average to give contractors and farmers a steer on what they should be charging or paying. However, the NAAC has warned businesses not to rely solely on its guide and emphasises the importance of taking […]. The post NAAC farm contractor charges 2019-20 appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/05/2019 01:00
Farmers Weekly. Northern Irish manufacturer Slurryquip has released two new products to make dealing with slurry an easier job. The first is a tanker-mounted dribble bar that fits to the chassis rather than the rear door. It can be attached to new or used tankers, but usually involves taking it to the Slurryquip factory for a bespoke […]. The post Slurryquip unveils retrofit universal dribble bar appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/04/2019 01:20
Farmers Weekly. Controlled traffic farming may be an established way of managing compaction caused by heavy machinery on combinable crop fields, but finding a way to adapt it to work on potato ground has perplexed growers – until now. The system has been developed by PX Farms managing director James Peck, who already runs a 12m controlled-traffic […]. The post Cambs farmer develops controlled traffic system for potatoes appeared first on Farmers Weekly.
FWi - Machinery News 06/03/2019 01:15
Farmers Weekly. The 3m Centaya drill was launched at last year’s Cereals event and has found favour with smaller farmers, and now Amazone has added a set of Combi Discs for those who can’t afford a standalone cultivator. See also: Aquatill water jets offer ingenious alternative to drill coulters The Combi Disc option comes in at around […]. The post Combi Disc option for Amazone Centaya drills appeared first on Farmers Weekly.

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