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Meet the monster: Fendt Vario

The Fendt Vario 1000 series has been specially designed as a powerful yet maneuverable draft tractor for the global market.
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Getting the spacing right with Pöttinger Terrasem

Some farmers plant small grains such as wheat at a 125mm row spacing. Others insist that 150mm or even wider maximises yield. The latest Pöttinger Terrasem offers a solution.
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Reapers product launch: sugarcane planter

Reapers recently launched its latest product, a sugarcane planter, in KZN.
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Big-tractor training in South Africa

Case IH, in partnership with its distributor, Northmec, recently expanded its dealer training programmes with a big-tractor training day tailored to the sales force of its dealer network in South Africa.
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Mascor demo

Mascor’s Umhlali branch recently staged a demo at Salt Rock, KZN, to show John Deere tractors and Jupidex implements.
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Weird and wonderful equipment

Unusual machines and implements for many farming tasks were on show at Nampo
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[Equipment] Bringing in the harvest

This year’s Nampo saw the introduction of new harvesting equipment designed for both large farms and small-scale operators.
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Ingenuity & innovation at Nampo

Every year, Nampo offers a wealth of new equipment and methods to ensure that each implement suits the requirements of a specific operation. Joe Spencer reports.
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New equipment at Royal Show

A variety of new equipment was on display at this year’s Royal Show.
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Get the whole caboodle - tractor and implements

New farming enterprises need a kick-start, but is a package deal including a tractor and implements the way to go? This manufacturer thinks so.
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