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India will fill a big basket of snacks and sweets by 2030

India is the fastest growing major economy in the world, recording 7.3 per cent growth in 2015–16, and is forecast to become the world’s third-largest economy by 2030. And the fact that has crept up on everyone is household income in India is rapidly increasing and this is creating a
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Trimble adds two distribution partners to its Vantage network

Trimble has added two new Australian distribution partners to its Vantage distribution network. This global network established by Trimble consists of independent experts that provide growers, advisors, retailers, co-ops and local OEM dealers with precision agriculture expertise for t
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Live Demonstrations – Arcusin Multi-pack C14 Bale Packer

Small square hay producers are invited to come along to a demonstration of Arcusin Multi-pack C14 as part of ACF’s annual bale handling road trip. Demonstrations are at Stanhope Vic Friday 1 September and Mayreef (Elmore) Vic Saturday 2 September 2017. Call to register for full detail
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Demonstration at Horsham – Arcusin Auto Stack FSX

The Arcusin Auto Stack FSX (large bale handler) is also being demonstrated on Monday 4 September at Horsham Vic. This live demonstration of the Arcusin Auto Stackers will provide solutions for large bale producers looking to reduce their handling cost and improve productivity. This is
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Arbos reveals plans for extending its tractor reach

Chinese-Italian tractor manufacturer Lovol Arbos is gathering momentum with a full-line of product revealed in Italy. It has also detailed plans to expand the Chinese-Italian build into all world markets. Lovol, the Chinese manufacturer rocked the established machinery players two yea
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Claas to release the biggest Axion tractor to date

The Claas Axion tractor range has been given some useful changes including extra power, a new front axle and a marked down spec option for operators who don’t require over abundant electronic assistance. Claas recently built unit number 3,000 in its 900 Series and on a worldwide count
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45 years on – AgQuip’s the greatest show in earth

Can you recall (if you were around then) what 1973 was like. It was the year Queen Elizabeth II opened the Opera House, the voting age went down to 18, Gala Supreme won the Melbourne Cup and Helen Reddy topped the charts with Delta Dawn. In January, wool hit $20 a kilo but by the end
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Small engines engulfed in lower emissions standards

Outdoor power equipment running small power engines will be the first to feel the wrath of lower emissions legislation. Already tabled in parliament, the Product Emissions Standards Bill will enforce new product emissions standards for small spark engines (non-road), bringing us in li
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More revealed about John Deere S700 combines

John Deere has released more details on its new S700 flagship combine range, including some sweeping changes in the cab and precision technology. The S700 Series with encompass four-model lines, from the entry level S770 at 330kW (449hp) up to the flagship S790 with 454kW (617hp). All
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