Farm Vehicles News

  • New guide seeks to improve the safety of tractor-trailer braking

    The Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA) have published an updated edition of the ‘Look Behind You’ guide to tractor-trailer braking today. The guide is aimed at farmers, tractor drivers, mechanics and technicians – indeed anyone using, purchasing or maintaining tractors and trailers. It seeks to raise user awareness of what is needed from tractor-trailer braking systems, in ...

  • View Cattle, Soil Building & More at Drive-Through Farm Tour May 31

    SFA and Voss Farms are hosting a drive-through farm tour from 2 to 4 p.m. Sun., May 31, at 27725 Business 23, Paynesville. Participants will drive through Voss Farms (above) to learn about animals and animal health, food from the farm and soil health. An audio recording will be available for download to listen to as you visit each station along the tour. As soon as it is available, a notice will ...

  • Osbit and Global Marine Group win EEEGR award following subsea plough collaboration

    We’re thrilled to have been awarded the 2019 Marine Science & Technology Award, together with Global Marine Group, at the EEEGR End of Year Celebration and Awards Ceremony held at Dunston Hall in Norfolk last week. The annual black-tie dinner celebrates the achievements of EEEGR members over the past year, with awards across seven categories, judged by a panel of industry ...


    By Osbit Limited

  • Tractors: focus on the Apulian market

    Sales figures show a decline in 2018 compared to the previous year, characterized by an anomalous peak in registrations due to technical/statistical reasons. If compared with 2014, 2015 and 2016, sales are growing in the region, indicating a certain recovery in the demand. The sales of used machines were very significant, with negative repercussions on the efficiency and safety of the machine ...

  • African Swine Fever Devastates Swine Herds Across Europe

    How to protect yourself from the dangers of African Swine Fever. This year has seen the return of one of the most devastating agricultural viruses for pigs. With over 100 reports of the highly contagious outbreak of African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV-Asfarviridae) across Europe and Asia recorded during the start of autumn. Although African Swine Fever was believed to have been wiped out throughout ...

  • African Swine Fever devastates swine herds across Europe.

    This year has seen the return of one of the most devastating agricultural viruses for pigs. With over 100 reports of the highly contagious outbreak of African Swine Fever Virus (ASFV-Asfarviridae) across Europe and Asia recorded during the start of autumn. Although African Swine Fever was believed to have been wiped out throughout Europe in the 1990s its return has been expected following the ...

  • Global programme seeks to contain serious threat to the world’s bananas

    A fungus poses major risks to the world's banana production and could cause vast commercial losses and even greater damage to the livelihoods of the 400 million people who rely on the world's most traded fruit as a staple food or source of income. FAO and its partners Bioversity International, the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture and the World Banana Forum have launched a global ...

  • Michelin introduces four new farm tires

    MICHELIN® Agricultural tires is launching four new tires for tractors, sprayers, harvesting equipment and large implements in North America, as well as an industry-first satisfaction guarantee on the well-known Ultraflex line and a new mobile app that calculates the proper air pressure for tractor tires. Also on display during the Farm Progress show in Decatur, Ill. will be an example of ...


    By Michelin Agricultural Tires

  • Efficiency as competitive edge

    In a scenario for the year 2050 described by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), a world population of around nine billion (i.e. one-third more than today) will need to be supplied with food, raw materials and energy. To keep pace, food production must increase by about 70 percent – a massive challenge that is aggravated by the impacts of climate change, water ...

  • Fall Harvest Requires Increased Focus on Safety

    Working long hours without an adequate amount of sleep is just one example of how farmers can increase their risk of injury during harvest, a safety expert with Ohio State University’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences said. Knowing some simple safety precautions to take during harvesting is critical for farmers to reduce the potential for injuries, said Andy Bauer, ...


    By Ohio State University

  • Case IH Produces 150,000th Magnum Tractor

    The 150,000th Case IH Magnum tractor was recently produced at the Case IH Racine, Wisconsin, plant. Each Magnum is unique and custom-built, allowing producers to select components to best meet the needs of their operation. Today’s Magnum lineup offers 180 to 380 rated horsepower, an improved operator environment and increased fuel efficiency from the only manufacturer with a Selective ...

  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Are Flying to the Farm

    Aerial drones, a technology perhaps best known for helping hunt terrorists on the other side of the globe, may soon begin helping U.S. farmers monitor what's happening in their fields collecting agriculture data. In Georgia, a group of state and federal officials - along with members of industry and academia - has been working since 2009 to develop a drone that can save a farmer's time and ...


    By Associated Press

  • FAO urges countries to step up action against destructive banana disease

    The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) is warning countries to step up monitoring, reporting and prevention of one of the world’s most destructive banana diseases, Fusarium wilt, which recently spread from Asia to Africa and the Middle East, and which has the potential to affect countries in Latin America. The TR4 race of the disease, which is also known as ...

  • Livestock Event to stage world first live robotic demonstration

    The world’s first combined live robotic milking and feeding system demonstration at an exhibition will be staged at the Livestock Event, to be held at The NEC, Birmingham on 2 and 3 July by its organisers the Royal Association of British Dairy Farmers. The new feature will complement a display of robotic equipment from the world’s leading milking machine manufacturers. The ...

  • Biosecurity Important to Poultry Operations Worldwide

    “If you have a set of biosecurity rules and procedures so exhaustive that the document would do serious damage if dropped on your foot, you don’t have a plan, you have a problem. Biosecurity rules are intended to reduce risk, but if they are incomprehensible, overwhelming, ignored, outdated or essentially useless, it’s time for an overhaul,” suggested David Shapiro, DVM, ...

  • 10000 Litre Horizontal Tank For Triffit Trailers Collaboration

    Enduramaxx have been working with Triffitt Trailers in supplying a new 10,000 litre bowser for on farm use. This trailer is mounted with the Enduramaxx 10,000 litre horizontal tank and the trailer is rated at 32kph specification. The axles on this unit are 2 x 70mm square beam axles, 6 stud, 2000mm track with 13 mt multi-leaf spring set suspension. The tyres are 4 x 12.5/80R 15.3 new tyres ...


    By ENDURAMAXX Storage Tanks

  • National Farmers Union Praises Farm-to-Fleet Initiative

    National Farmers Union (NFU) President Roger Johnson issued the following statement after U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack and Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus announced the U.S. Departments of Agriculture (USDA) and Navy's joint "Farm-to-Fleet" venture will now make biofuel blends part of regular, operational fuel purchase and use by the military: “NFU is very supportive of the ...


    By National Farmers Union (NFU)

  • Red tractors 1958-2013: an authoritative guide to international harvester & Case IH farm tractors in the modern era

    This brand new publication offers an unparalleled look at the International Harvester story and the next chapter that became the Case IH of today and the continuing legacy of successful agricultural equipment. “This book is a showcase of how far Case IH has come in the past 55 years,” says Jim Walker, Vice President, Case IH NAFTA. “We’re proud of our equipment’s ...

  • The Livestock Event 2014: more livestock + new technical

    The Livestock Event, the UK’s leading livestock trade show is launching new features and in response to visitor demand is increasing the livestock presence at the 2014 event, to be held at The NEC, Birmingham on 2 and 3 July. In addition, it has launched a new state of the art website http://www.livestockevent.co.uk/ The National Dairy Show is expanding by 25% to 300 stall places ...

  • Formaldehyde in Poultry Hatcheries

    Formaldehyde is used in the poultry industry as an effective disinfectant on farms and in hatcheries and hatchery vehicles. It is used to reduce contamination levels caused by bacteria, viruses and moulds at all levels in the production chain. Disinfections control key organisms, such as Salmonella, Pseudomonas, Proteus, E. coli, Staphylococcus, Streptococci and Aspergillus. It is advised to ...


    By PPM Technology

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