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“Perfect interaction” between tank and tractor

Since the Claas Xerion was introduced in 1993, Kaweco has been a partner in slurry technology – besides gooseneck tankers and semi-trailed tankers, it produces its own build-on for the Xerion Saddle Trac. Kaweco explains the product’s key features.

Simple Isobus-compatible operating system

Following the growing demand from the market for a simple system that is Isobus compatible, Kaweco has launched a new operating system.

Family business offers extensive range of spreaders, tankers and more

SAS Agri is an independent specialist in buying, selling and servicing new and used agricultural machinery, and as of 2021 became an official dealership of Merlo with nationwide coverage.

Fast-growing contractor takes pride in customer service and reliability

Farmers Guide caught up with Lincolnshire-based contractor Tim Wells Ltd, which launched in 2015 and has since gone from strength to strength.

Round-up of machines eligible for new equipment and tech grants

The long-awaited Farming Equipment and Technology grants are finally here, so we spoke to Ben Willcox from Shropshire-based Mastek Engineering for an overview of the company’s range of machinery, which is available for grant funding.

Farmers faced with sudden changes to spreading plans

The Environment Agency has issued new guidance on the spreading of organic manure, which is set to affect farmers and land managers in England – giving them very little time to adapt.

Trailing shoe offers whole farm benefits

Jonathan Armstrong has transitioned from a splash plate to the Vogelsang 9m UniSpread trailing shoe. The new technology has enabled him to apply slurry from his herd of 320 Holsteins beneath the grass canopy for the first time, which has improved his silage and reduced his use of inputs.

Manufacturer delivers innovative slurry tankers to the UK

Irish manufacturer Grass Technology is bringing its innovations in slurry tankers and low emission spreading systems to the UK market.

Ktwo invest in British Farming throughout COVID-19

Ktwo is a leading British manufacturer of farming machinery with factories based in Buckinghamshire and Hampshire and the company has invested significantly in supporting British Farming throughout the past 12 months during the COVID-19 pandemic.

New dribble bars available in eight widths to 24m

Manufactured at a new facility in Suffolk, Tramspread has launched the new Suffolk range of dribble bars, ranging in width from 6–24m.

Power on the Land – Muck & Slurry

The topic of December’s Power on the Land is muck and slurry equipment, brought to you as always by Mike Williams.

SlurryKat welcomes Royal visitor

Agricultural machinery specialist SlurryKat was given a Royal nod with a visit from Princess Anne.

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