East Yorkshire machinery importer Manterra has been appointed as a partner dealer for Austrian-made APV spreaders along the M62 corridor from Hull to Liverpool.
When buying a new set of tractor boots, the final choice is often dictated by whether the machine is going to spend ...
Anglo-french firm Sly Agri was causing quite a stir at this year’s Sima show with its newly launched no-till disc drill.
Challenger, a global brand of AGCO Corporation, introduced an entirely new category of tractors to North American agribusiness operations during the 2016 Farm Progress Show in Boone, Iowa.
Darren Bailey recently got behind the wheel of the JCB 435S Agri Loading Shovel at silage to see if the King of the Clamp lives up to its name.
Specs: 922 hours showing, diesel, 95 hp, Metal Pless 2 way blade pusher, 12 spd LH rev, A C cab, 540 PTO, 3 pt hitch, rear wheel weights, 12.5-20 F, 16.9-28 R, 2004.
Gregoire Besson’s RW6 plough with double depth-wheel drew a fair bit of attention and was coupled with the company’s Andpak roller consolidator.
Canadian maker Elmers Manufacturing has given its new chaser bin, the Haul Master, a first run-out on UK soil since it made its debut at the Cereals event earlier this year.
Running a front-mounted tractor press ahead of the drill might look old school, but it’s still a popular choice for those sowing straight into ploughed ground, according to Lynx Engineering.
Michael Moroney looks at the classic tractors that farmers put their faith in.
As farms get bigger, so do the machines. However, there’s obviously still a demand for smaller kit.
Jimmy (James) Weldon’s first tractor was a Ferguson 35 and he still has great regard for one of his favourite tractors in the fleet, the 1970s Ursus C-385.
For the first time in the North American market, you can purchase a dealer-installed tire inflation system for dual-whee...