Farming Equipment News

  • Salmon farms are the victim of wild claims and myths

    What would he have made of Monday night’s ‘expose’ on salmon farming in Scotland, a programme that came up with a title and then set out to prove its premise without a shred of evidence? To describe this as sensationalist suggests there was at least a revelation or two ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Day-Range Poultry on Display at June 8 Field Day

    Learn about Seelye Brook Farms’ system of day-range pastured poultry (above) during a field day and farm tour from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sat., June 8, at 22390 Rum River Blvd, Oak Grove. ...

  • Women In Ag: Changing The Face Of Farming

    Based on the 2016 agriculture census from Stats Canada, the proportion of female farmers is increasing even as the total number of farm operators decreases. In fact, women make up 28.7% of the 272,000 farmers in the country. Yet while more women are working hard on the land, sometimes they also have to work equally as hard to dispel public and ...


    By Dutch Openers

  • Tatura moves into goat milk powder

    Tatura Milk has begun processing goat milk, signing a five-year deal with premium infant formula company Bubs Australia to convert fresh goat milk directly from the farm gate into infant formula. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Future Focus a road map for shaping change

    The plan has been assembled in collaboration with Dairy Australia, Agriculture Victoria and the United Dairyfarmers of Victoria. Future Focus has been over a year in the making, with 165 dairy farmers, service providers and processors from the Murray region consulted during its development. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Price rise for discounted milk lines

    Woolworths led the move in February and was followed by Coles committing to raise the price of its discount milk lines by 10 cents to $1.10 per litre, with the entire price increase going back to the farm gate. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Ace scoops second Queen’s Award

    DUNDEE based Ace Aquatec has won a prestigious Queen’s Award for the second year in a row after its electronic stunner was recognised for animal welfare innovation. The Award for Enterprise Innovation marks the success of the company’s in-water electric stunning system ...


    By FISHupdate

  • Automated milking systems explained

    Milking Edge is a three-year project to develop a training program, resources and networks to support farmers to consider, invest and operate Automatic Milking Systems. The project is run by the NSW Department of Primary Industries in collaboration with Dairy Australia and DeLaval. ...


    By Dairy News Australia

  • Innovation in the spotlight at the 2019 PEFC Members Meeting

    “Moving forward together” was not only the motto of our 2018 PEFC Forest Certification Week – our Members Meeting also saw innovative projects and promising ideas for the future. Taking place last week in Geneva, the Members Meeting was the chance for the whole PEFC alliance to meet up, discuss key issues and share experiences and new ideas. “It is great to see innovation ...


    By PEFC International

  • Positive Development for Arable Farming – Not All Segments Benefit

    Brussels/Frankfurt am Main, 27 March 2019 – The markets for agricultural equipment developed very differently in 2018. The market for soil tillage equipment in particular showed a clearly positive development. Sales of fertilizer spreaders and seed drills also increased compared with 2017. However, for crop protection equipment and precision drills, the European market was weaker than in ...

  • FishGLOBE chooses Steinsvik

    In August this year, FishGLOBE will be delivering the first of their closed farming systems to a customer in Norway. The V5 globe, certified to produce 250 tons of post smolt, will be equipped with feeding system, data acquisition- and remote operations capabilities from Steinsvik. ...


    By Steinsvik AS

  • Dairy farmers praise mandatory code progress

    PEAK dairy farmer group Australian Dairy Farmers (ADF) supports the federal government’s commitment to pursuing a mandatory Code of Conduct for the industry. A new code of practice is an important step for the dairy industry that will clarify and strengthen relationships between farmers and processors across all states of Australia. ADF has always said our aim is to address the ...

  • Shift into Digital Agriculture: CEMA welcomes Member States’ Draft Declaration supporting technology uptake in EU farming

    Brussels, 11th of March 2019 – ‘A smart and sustainable digital future for European agriculture and rural areas’ is the title of the Draft Declaration (click here) presented today by the European Commission to the Council’s Special Committee on Agriculture. The European ...

  • Grain Technologies 2019

    Convex International GmbH took part in the Grain Technologies 2019 International Exhibition of Innovative Solutions in Grain Farming, which was held on February 19-21, 2019 in Kyiv. Our stand was visited by our partners with whom our company has been actively and successfully cooperating for many years, as well as representatives of agricultural enterprises interested in buying European ...


    By Convex International GmbH

  • Gilles Dryancour (John Deere) appointed Chairman of new CEMA Strategic Committee

    Brussels, 6th of March 2019 – ‘Advance agricultural machinery and solutions for sustainable farming’ is the updated vision adopted by CEMA, the European Agricultural Machinery Industry Association, to guide the strategic actions & decisions carried out by the sector in the coming years.  To do so, CEMA has set-up a ‘Strategic Committee’ to provide ...

  • Agrilevante, a resource for Mediterranean agriculture

    The 2019 edition of the showcase of technologies and machines for agriculture, to be held in the Bari exhibition centre from 10 to 13 October next, was presented in Bari. Growing numbers and a new section dedicated to animal husbandry, with the exhibition of fine breeds of cattle, horses, sheep and goats, characterize the review, organized by FederUnacoma and Nuova Fiera del Levante with the ...

  • 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 ...

  • Positive year for tractor sales even if registration data gives other message

    Paris, 27 February 2019 - Overall, a total of approximately 177,000 tractors were registered across Europe in 2018, according to numbers sourced from national authorities. Of these registrations, 39,784 tractors were under 50 hp and, consequently, 137,503 above 50 hp. CEMA considers that 146,927 of these vehicles are agricultural tractors, the rest being quads, telehandlers or other equipment. An ...

  • Red raspberries harvesting with KAREN harvester in the main role

    Poland is one of the biggest world producers of raspberries. The increase of raspberries planting, in recent years, especially variety grown without supports, has resulted increased concern the subject of crop mechanization. The WEREMCZUK company take care of fruit growers needs and try to meet their expectations. For many months, we were working really intensive  on the new face of ...


    By Weremczuk Agromachines

  • Where carbon credits meet Agroforestry: a partnership between ALLCOT and reNature

    ALLCOT Group and reNature Foundation signed an agreement to generate carbon credits from Agroforestry projects located above all in Brazil, Colombia, and Indonesia. Carbon credits have always been dialoguing mainly with reforestation programs, but now it’s time to give Agroforestry a chance. Since Agriculture is the major driver of depletion of natural resources worldwide, ...


    By ALLCOT

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