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Dewulf, full-liner in machines for the cultivation of potatoes and root crops, proudly present their new 4-row self-propelled sieving harvester: the Enduro. This new harvester on tyres is intended for growers and agricultural contractors that harvest potatoes. The Enduro combines...
The potato harvester Keiler II Classic with 2 separation units and a large sorting platform has been very well received by potato farmers since its market launch. For the 2020 harvest season, ROPA has equipped Keilers II Classic with XL...
With the John Deere Operations Centre, farmers and contractors can manage their farm data anywhere at any time. The app is user-friendly and customers can be linked to their machines, fields and operators on their smartphone or farm computer. John Deere...
Dewulf, full-liner in machines for the cultivation of potatoes and root crops, have fitted their renowned R3060 series sieving harvesters with several updates. Every new R3060 is now equipped with a brand new, more environmentally friendly Scania Stage V...
The Keilers are out there - the early potato harvesting is in full swing and more and more ROPA potato harvesters can be seen in the fields. Since the main series production start in 2016, more than 500 single- and...
Case IH’s Axial-Flow 4088 combine harvester has been put through its paces during field trials in Kenya. Using a Case IH 20-foot rigid header, the combine was tested in wheat, barley, canola, and sorghum, and was also tested in maize...
The rake is one of the most important links in the entire harvest chain. Despite the considerable working width, the raking results must still be top-notch. The new TOP 1403 C with a maximum working width of 14.0 m...
Case IH tractors, cotton pickers and combine harvesters will make up a significant portion of a large agricultural machinery shipment bound for the cotton industry in Uzbekistan. One of Uzbekistan’s largest cotton producers will soon be making use...
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...
An enterprising spirit, enduring perseverance and an ability to change with the times have seen an emerging timber harvesting contractor in northern KwaZulu-Natal evolve from a motor manual outfit into a successful, fully mechanised harvesting operation. Joseph Zulu started his...