Originally designed and built in Co Antrim, Moore was recently taken over by Agri Linc in England.
Now also manufactured in England, the firm offers a Unidrill.
The Unidrill is a one-pass direct drill offered in a mounted three-point linkage version or in a trailed option.
Various row spacings can be specified, while an 850l hopper now comes as standard.
Moore uses a Kverneland metering unit, with the distribution head located inside the hopper.
The unit comes with the option of a PTO – (1,000rpm) or hydraulically-driven fan drive, while seeding depth is controlled off the rear packer roller.
The boron discs cut a slit into the surface before the seed is then placed in the ground via the tungsten carbide-tipped coulters.
Weighing in at 2,300kg without a ballast, the unit is fitted with a Guttler GreenMaster roller.
The unit is ground-drive, uses sealed bearings and features a 100mmx100mmx10mm powder-coated chassis.
With a 3m transport width, the unit has a working width of 2.9m.
Distributed in the Republic by M&S Machinery and in Northern Ireland by McCord Machinery, the typical spec mounted machine is priced at €38,000 (£32,950) plus VAT.
Meanwhile, the trailed version fitted with 500/50R17 tyres will cost an additional €8,000 (£6,950) plus VAT.