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Case IH 140 series combines has best retained value

The 2017 survey of Combine harvesters has identified the Case IH’s 140 series Axial-Flow combine as the models with the highest retained value. According to results from the survey, notable advantages included the Case IH residue management system built to handle tough residue associa
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Can Am expands line with Defender Side by Side

Can-Am has added to its Defender side-by-side range with the HD5. But don’t let the size issue concern you as the HD5 offers full-size functionality in a chassis that provides a high level of versatility, and at an attractive entry price point. This Defender has been built especially
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Faresin feed mixers offer ideal ration mix

Faresin Industries Australia recently expanded their feed mixer range product offering. By working with and listening to customers, there is now a greater range to select from with a focus on quality and technology. An established dealer network is now operating throughout Australia a
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Articulated loaders for harsh farm environments

To answer the demand for a larger wheel loader for farms, Gehl has released the 750 articulated. The AL 750 represents an expansion into the 44 to 59kW (60-80hp) power category where this model is expected to dominate. It offers clean Tier IV-certified emissions technology from a Deut
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Fendt 1000 Vario in a class of its own

The Fendt 1000 Vario is ideal for large-scale farmers and contractors that are looking seriously at purchasing a tractor class not previously available. Up until now no one has channeled more than 368kW (500hp) through anything other than tracks or four equal size wheels. But Fendt en
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Silvan releases handy 300 litre capacity compact spray unit

For those smaller jobs where or where more precise spraying is required Silvan Australia has responded with a new 300 litre capacity Smoothflo Squatpak spray unit combination. It is compact and fully equipped with a 12-volt electric pressure pump and a choice of a 30-metre hand wind u
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Perfection the starting point for Australian fruit and vegs

Australian fruit and vegetable growers have been warned by a visiting US horticulture expert that while the quality of their produce is better than ever before. The demands of the average consumer now start at “perfection”. In Australia this month to meet with local growers, Rabobank’
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Springsure graziers lead in best management practice

Adele and Dave O’Connor were the first graziers in Queensland to gain Grazing Best Management Practice (BMP) accreditation and are now the first to be renewed. Adele and David first got involved in the BMP program in 2010 and were part of a group of ten producers who trialled the orig
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Zetor courtship will reveal new Oz distributor

It has been the dream of farm veterans in cardigans to get back behind the wheel of what was one of the budget priced European tractor builds, Zetor. And now rumblings of Zetor’s search to find the ideal partner to distribute their range once again in Australia is expected to flush ou
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