For six days this March, Rodney Maiden will be living his personal dream by travelling more than 500 kilometres through part of New Zealand on a tractor that can only do 30 kilometres an hour. Source: Stuff.co.nz As part of a unique parade of tractors, jeeps and farm vehicles, Mr Maid
A major part of the workforce has been made redundant at de Bruin Engineering at Mount Gambier in the south-east of South Australia. Source: ABC News The de Bruin Group, one of the regional city’s biggest companies, said the 21 workers to go were most of the staff at its enginee
CLAAS ISARIA has become the first ISOBUS-compatible optical crop sensor available on the market. Source: AFDJ eNews Developed by the Agricultural Industry Electronics Foundation (AEF), ISOBUS is the internationally-recognised communication protocol for agricultural technology. The cer
Bundaberg irrigation specialist Sunfam was one of the very first dealers in Australia to use a JCB DieselMax in an irrigation application. Source: AFDJ eNews In the 1950s the Loeskow family company was focused on drilling for water in the Bundaberg region. Since the incorporation of S
Grace does not usually come to mind when you think of heavy farm machinery but it was in evidence when the tractors danced at the Otago Taieri A&P Show in New Zealand. Source: Otago Daily Times Spectators were delighted as the tractors wove in and out dancing with precision, at ti
A fall in the latest tractor sales figures from the Agricultural Engineers Association reflect a tough 12 months for farmers and manufacturers alike in the UK. Source: Farmers Weekly (UK) Registrations of agricultural tractors bigger than 50hp reached 10,598 units in 2015, a drop of 1
Farm Equipment Manufacturers Association (FEMA) has reported that John Deere CEO Samuel Allen took a pay cut amid the company’s down financial cycle. Source: Agrimarketing Allen’s compensation package was reduced by 7.8% to $US18.7 million, according to a proxy statement f
Farm machinery and bus manufacturer Kühne, based in Mosonmagyaróvár, western Hungary, is to show two new in-house developed and manufactured farm machinery products at next weekʼs Agromash Expo in Budapest. Source: The Budapest Business Journal CEO Csaba Süli told Hungarian news age
According to the latest Acute Market Report the global agricultural machinery market valued at US$152 billion in 2014 is expected to reach US$267 billion by 2022 growing at a compound annual growth rate of 7.3% between 2014 and 2022. Source: Acute Market Reports Factors such as rising
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