Japanese tractor giant Kubota has signalled its intentions to Australian farmers with a new M71 range punching out up to 125kW (170 horsepower) set for early 2016 release. Source: Farm Weekly Previewed to Kubota dealers just recently, the M71 will open the door to a much wider range o
New Zealand Waimate farmer John Kirk received a New Years honour for his work in irrigation. Source: Stuff co nz Mr Kirk received a New Zealand Order of Merit for his services to irrigation in the latest New Year honours. The third generation Waimate farmer has always been interested
Two new mobile apps have been produced by the Australian National Variety Trials (NVT) program and funded by the Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC). Source: AFDJ eNews The new NVT Long Term Yield Reports App and the Crop Disease Au app are revolutionising growers’ abil
Swan Hill based Murray Valley has responded to customer demands with a newly designed and built O’Bryan HD Highlift earthmoving carry grade scraper. Source: AFDJ eNews With a half a metre lift front and back the Highlift is ideal for working in different ground conditions from sands t
Case IH is releasing a new on-combine grain analyser in 2016 that monitors grain protein in cereals and oil percentage in oilseeds in real time while harvesting. Source AFDJ eNews Tim Slater, Case IH Product Manager Hay & Harvest, says the new technology is a breakthrough, allowin
SAFE WORK Australia has launched a new handbook to help businesses meet obligations under the work health and safety laws, reduce worker injury rates, and improve productivity and bottom line. Safe Work Australia Chief Executive Officer Michelle Baxter said that that well-designed, he
10th August 2015 Media Release Farmers urged to save time with Common Expiry Date for Vehicle Registrations A simpler way for farmers to manage vehicle registrations is now on offer. In the Primary Producers SA Transport Survey of late last year, 80% of those asked showed inter
New research released today in Canberra by the Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation (RIRDC) reveals how a return to collective bargaining can offer significant value for medium-sized farm businesses. Released as part of a series of reports from RIRDC’s National Rural
Seven women who embody the Aussie can-do attitude and have a commitment to the rural industries and communities in which they work are now in the running to take out the 2015 RIRDC Rural Women’s Award. Women play a vital role in rural businesses, industries and communities and the RIR
Australasian Farmers' & Dealers' Journal (AFDJ) offers complete coverage of the Australian farm machinery and farm supplies retail market.
Any companies wanting to reach Australia’s most active dealers, farm supply resellers, large scale farming enterprises and farm contractors
that own and run ten or more models of farm machinery and vehicles in their daily work activity fit into our select group of readers.