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First female Director appointed for 66 years at ANFD – will she run amok

Probably not, because the first-ever female director for The Australian National Field Days (ANFD) is none other than Kerry Wickson OAM. And Kerry’s timing is perfect with the big event running from Thursday 26 to Saturday 28 October 2017. The ANFD board is proud to welcome Kerry as s
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How to stay one step ahead of blackleg disease in canola

Canola growers are being encouraged to assess the extent of blackleg disease in crops this spring to reduce the risk of disease next year and beyond. To support growers in determining current disease levels, the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) has released the 2017
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Bourgault 3420 PHD Paralink Hoe Drill continues to be a show stopper

It tops off a great year for Bourgault. It already holds the title for the 2017 “Planter of the Year” and now the 3420 PHD Paralink Hoe Drill has also taken out the Henty Machine of the Year award. Just what is all the fuss about you may well ask. Well for starters this highly credent
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Massey Ferguson TH7038 telehandler is available for delivery

Loaded with a more powerful engine the TH.7038 telehandler from Massey Ferguson replaces the MF 9407S model with increased lift capacity – now up to 3.8 tonnes. The TH7038 will make many current telehandler owners consider this model at their next purchase process. It works through a
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Isuzu engines will be on full display at the Australian National Field Days

Isuzu Engines’ stand will showcase an array of off-highway engines in models from two to six cylinders suitable for a variety of applications. Isuzu Engines’ Sales Manager, Rod Best, enjoyed the 2016 event and is keen to engage once more with the attendees. “Australian National Field
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Challenger pulls out all stops with refreshed track tractor MT700 Series

The styling is certainly different for the hood and grille on Challenger’s next-generation MT700 Series track tractors and as you take a closer look, tick off this list of changes as well: engine, transmission, undercarriage, and hydraulics. Challenger is fighting to gain back some it
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The best way to conserve soil moisture in your next crop cycle

A vertical tillage range released by KUHN Machinery is offering growers an opportunity to harness all the benefits that are derived from increased soil moisture levels. KUHN’s Excelerator 8005 offers a low impact form of tillage that breaks down crop residue quickly to help create a p
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Kirovets take the proven path of cheapest price for its hardy built tractor with reduced technology

Many NSW growers were first to see the high-powered Russian made K-744R Kirovets tractor at the 2017 Henty Machinery Field Days. Kirovets’ head service manager Andrey Sagaev flew all the way from Russia to attend the tractor’s local launch. The K-744R articulated model from Kirovets g
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Aussie Stockyards gets the job done much quicker by adding a skid steer loader into the mix

A busy West Australian stock fencing company has substantially increased productivity and time-efficiency by adding a Toyota Huski skid steer loader into its work rank. Aussie Stockyards, based at Wagin, 230km south of Perth WA, commissioned the 730kg operating load Toyota Huski 5SDK-
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