LAMMA 2023: Agri Linc launches new 2.5m Moore Unidrill
Peter Thomas Keaveney
Agri Linc showcased a new 2.5m version of the Moore Unidrill at LAMMA, which comes with the option of 20 or 28 coulters.
16 November 2022 News
Pöttinger buys Italian-built implement manufacturer
Pöttinger has just recently completed the purchase of the Chinese-owned, Italian-built seed drill manufacturer MaterMacc.
9 November 2022 News
SIMA 2022: Amazone showcase Centaya 3000 Special
Amazone displayed the new Centaya 3000 Special, the successor to the current AD-P Special one pass seed drill, at SIMA.
Watch: Väderstad grows 25% in 12 months despite challenges in key markets
Peter Thomas Keaveney travelled to Germany to check out the latest innovations from Vaderstad, which included new cultivation and seeding equipment.
26 October 2022 Farm machinery
Kramer KL55.8T meets the needs of Dublin tillage farmers
Gary Abbott spoke with Niall Flynn to find out why the Kramer KL55.8T ticks all the boxes for the family farming enterprise.
19 October 2022 Farm machinery
Horsch expands Avatar direct drill range
Horsch is adding 8m, 9m and 10m working width models to its Avatar SD range of direct drills.
14 October 2022 News
10 tips to alleviate potato damage with your harvester
Machine setup can have a huge effect on crop quality when it comes to harvesting potatoes. Gary Abbott spoke with Steven Rogers of Grimme Ireland to establish the main points where damage may occur.
12 October 2022 Farm machinery
Watch: Kildare grain grower makes move to strip till drill
Peter Thomas Keaveney visited Kildare tillage farmer David Weld as he began sowing his winter crops with his new Triton strip till seed drill, the first of two units recently sold in to Ireland.
12 October 2022 Farm machinery
Erth Engineering to showcase secondary hopper
Erth Engineering will be unveiling a secondary hopper on its Agriseeder to allow the machine to disperse two products at once, either into the airstream or broadcasted onto the surface.
18 September 2022 Farm machinery
A second try at multispecies swards
John Egerton drilled in a second multi-species sward on his farm in early August.
7 September 2022 Northern Ireland
Over-sowing clover - most expensive method demonstrates best results
At the Teagasc Johnstown Castle open day, three establishment methods were compared for over-sowing clover into an existing sward. Gary Abbott and Peter Thomas Keaveney look at the results.
7 September 2022 Farm machinery