Machinery & Equipment

New balers boost performance

A radical redesign and some innovative features characterise Case IH’s new large square balers. Joe Spencer reports.

T4000F series wins another tractor award

New Holland’s T4060F has won the ‘specialised’ category of the prestigious Tractor of the Year 2013 awards. Joe Spencer reports.

Money saver goes commercial

A unique oil-fired furnace has been perfected and is now for sale, with quite a number already working in the field. Joe Spencer reports.

Krone sets new world record

German company Krone recently entered the record books when a Comprima F125 XC baler produced 149 round bales in one hour. Joe Spencer reports.

Case IH in Réunion

The advantages of mechanisation in the sugar industry were demonstrated by Case IH at the recent International Sugar Conference. Joe Spencer reports.

Combine revolution

The Lexion 700 is the world’s first combine harvester model series which continuously and automatically adjusts to harvest conditions. Joe Spencer reports.

Combine makeover

A re-designed cab and a folding auger with a pivoting spout option are among the new features on Case IH’s latest Axial-Flow combines. Joe Spencer reports.

Seen at the Garden Show

A wide range of turf and lawn care equipment was on display at the recent Sunday Tribune Garden Show in Pietermaritzburg. Joe Spencer reports.

NH at the Spring Show

Now known as the ‘Spring Show’, the old Pretoria Show has become a genuine agricultural event. Joe Spencer reports.

High standards

TürkTraktör recently became the first company in Turkey to achieve both energy management and emission quality certification. Joe Spencer reports.

New Holland in Lusaka

Danatrac is now New Holland’s official distributor in Zambia. Joe Spencer reports.

Local proves lekker at Eston

As usual, local manufacturers showcased their products at the annual Nedbank Eston Show. Joe Spencer reports.

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