Technical - Equipment - News and Reviews
New Holland: Saving the planet

With its environmentally friendly technology, New Holland helps farmers do more with less.
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Power ploughing

The KZN provincial heat for South Africa’s national ploughing championships was held recently at Weston Agricultural College.
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The Plus factor: Amazone Catros+

It’s easy to become a dedicated convert to the Amazone Catros+, says one farmer: just test it.
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Latest from Claas

The German agricultural machinery manufacturer has a new distributor in South Africa and several notable models.
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Hi-tech trials

This technologically advanced planter will plant maize trials more accurately and improve the efficiency of research.
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Väderstad comes to SA

This Swedish company’s implements will be distributed here by Vitamech.
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Fendt - X Concept tractor

Fendt is developing tractors with electrical power available for agricultural operations.
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Kuhn's better bales

Kuhn’s LSB 1290 is designed to produce bales 25% denser than those made with conventional balers.
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Affirmative Axion!

The Claas Axion 800 won two awards at Agritechnica in Hanover.
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New Holland tractor is No. 1

The New Holland T8 Auto Command tractor gets the No. 1 award from the top exhibition for agricultural machinery.
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Do you think there is a future for smallscale farming in SA?
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Minister Nkwinti's proposal to landowners to give 50% of their farms to farmworkers is...
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Will benefit land reform. (41.84 %) Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68 %) Mathematically impossible. (5.26 %) Will threaten food security. (39.21 %) Will benefit land reform. (41.84 %) Ridiculous, this will not resolve land issues. (13.68 %) Mathematically impossible. (5.26 %) Will threaten food security. (39.21 %)
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