CEMA calls for revised Euro regs at EIMA

CEMA, the association of European agricultural machinery manufacturers, called for a revision of the European Union regulations with technical requirement norms no longer based on the automotive sector but specific for agro-mechanics. Source: AFDJ eNews The request was advanced during a conference entitled Machinery for Agriculture: A New European Agenda. A New Deal for the […]

CLAAS sharpens up

The fully automatic wet grinder called Aqua Non Stop Comfort by CLAAS is now equipped to sharpen even more knives as used by manufacturers of self-loading forage wagons and balers. Source: AFDJ eNews As things stand, the 70 exchangeable templates currently available can be used to grind up to 105 different knives. Additional templates are […]

Heads up on HeaderTarp

The HeaderTarp is an award winning combine harvester spill and weather protection system manufactured by Tough-As Products in Mannum, South Australia. Source: AFDJ eNews With an ever expanding range to fit more than 30 different harvesters, including John Deere, New Holland, CaseIH and now Gleaner and Massey Ferguson there has never been a better time […]

Join the tribe and make money from machinery

Can you make extra money out of your farming equipment with a web connection? You can now with a website that allows you to hire your machinery to other farmers in your area. Source: AFDJ eNews Agtribe is a platform for farmers to advertise machinery for hire, machinery that may be sitting idle in a […]

US farm machinery shows the future

Farmers at the National Farm Machinery Show in the US were looking at equipment, but buying may be a different story. “We have a lot of good equipment,” said Indiana farmer John Cheesewright. “We’ll just add another year on it.” That’s partly due to volatility in the markets, cheaper commodities and decreased net farm income. “Some indicators […]