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Queensland strawberry farmer Ray Daniels has been in the industry for a long time, but he's rarely faced a bigger challenge than this season when he's faced with harvesting 400 acres of strawberries with half the workforce of past...
John Deere has taken steps to more than double its weekly in-flow of spare parts, in addition to taking a collection of 110 tonnes of goods due to touchdown in Melbourne this week on a dedicated Qantas flight, in...
Case IH's AFS Harvest Command was introduced to the local market in 2019, and two years on there's still a lot to talk about when it comes to this ground-breaking technology. AFS Harvest Command, available on the Case IH Axial-Flow...
Big and powerful, and slow and steady, don't ordinarily go together, but then again Case IH makes it with the Steiger CVT tractor. Case IH parent company CNH Industrial offers the only articulated 4WD tractor with Continuously Variable Transmission (CVT)...
South Australian farmer Matt Davey readily admits he loves the evolution of technology in agriculture and believes it's key to managing the challenges facing the industry now and into the future. Matt and his family, who run Kalimar Ag at...
Cotton farmers will have access to the most productive harvesters ever built by John Deere with the launch of the new CP770 Cotton Picker and CS770 Cotton Stripper to the Australian market. The new models are made to meet the...
Kubota’s new spring catalogue is designed to help households prepare for the summer 2021 storm season. Kubota’s spring catalogue features two diesel generators designed for easy transport and maintenance to ensure safe back up power is available when and where...
Members of the Tractor and Machinery Association of Australia (TMA) released the first Statement of Principles outlining their support for farmers to repair their own machinery.  The Statement of Principles clearly sets out agricultural manufacturers and importers' support for Australian...
In a first for Australian farmers, John Deere announced JDLink will be available to customers at no ongoing cost, giving access to digital services that streamline the collection of agronomic and machine data to power-efficient, profitable and environmentally sustainable...
Technology to allow farmers to plant at unparalleled speeds is being validated through a collaboration between the University of Sydney and John Deere – and the Australian farm sector is on course to benefit. The collaboration will include third-party validation...