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Following their successful introduction at Agritechnica 2019, John Deere’s 6M Series tractors have been delivered to customers since January 2020. With this brand new tractor series, John Deere raised the bar in this tractor segment by delivering excellent visibility,...
Pöttinger, the grassland specialist, launches a new model at the top end of its range of tedders: The trailed HIT 16.18 T with 16 rotors and a working width of 17 metres offers maximum output combined with high quality...
John Deere’s approach to connectivity is designed to make the most of machine, field and agronomy data in the decision-making process. This is based around the personalised John Deere Operations Centre, which is accessed through the customer’s MyJohnDeere.com web...
Millions of family farmers across Africa are facing economic devastation as COVID-19 pandemic disrupts exports and global food supply chains. This is according to the Impact of Coronavirus on Africa’s Agriculture April 2020 report released by Selina Wamucii that gives a most-recent and ground-up...
In the context of the pandemic, the Joskin Group’s activity continues, but with an adapted regime. The food chain is a societal imperative and it must be safe in all circumstances. Therefore, Joskin got quickly organized to guarantee its service...
In South Africa fruit and vegetable exports are for the moment continuing as planned, with the expectation that demand for fresh produce in export markets will be supported by the health crisis posed by the coronavirus. Currently there are 62...
Born and bred in Kaikoura, Shane Dunlea took over Mahanga farm about 25km inland, a couple of years ago. The property once was a sheep farm until it got diverted to a dairy operation in the 90's. Since taking...
Titan International Inc. announces its support for Farm Rescue Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to helping farm and ranch families in crisis, with the launch of a social media campaign to raise funds for the organization’s recent flood recovery efforts. “In...