We are a small family owned Canterbury business in the heartland of the South Island’s rural community specialising in delivering innovative agricultural machinery solutions for leading New Zealand farmers and contractors. You may have already heard about us, we are the exclusive New Zealand importers, dealers and service agents for leading European cultivation, fertiliser spreading and spray equipment brands; He-Va, Bredal, Househam and Billericay. We are also the South Island dealer and service agent for Ag Leader, Auto Farm GPS, Multidrive and Agribuggy. For more than twelve years, EuroAgri has developed and maintained a reputation of excellence, not only by the quality of the machines we stand by, but also by the service, we provide.
All machines brought into New Zealand are top-level products in their own countries, which focus on worldwide research and development, and this, combined with the local experience, and local knowledge of EuroAgri’s own team becomes a recipe for success.
For management & staff of EuroAgri, sustainability, and looking after future generations of farmers are major aims. James McCloy, General Manager, believes excellent service and support, along with competitive prices, are what New Zealand farmers look for. He and the small team of hands on staff are committed to ensuring the success of their products both now and into the future.
Machine setup, help and guidance are all part of our service and if the time arises, we are only a phone call away to answer any questions or provide further support.
We also carry a comprehensive parts stock holding, knowing how crucial it is
We might be in the centre of the South Island, but our clients are spread far and wide, from the tip of the South Island to the top of the North.
Why? Clients value our brands because they are designed for rugged European conditions, which are very similar to those in New Zealand, but most importantly, they perform. While the Northern hemisphere winters may be more severe, similar soil types and topography are experienced, and farming systems, methods and culture are compatible.
If you are looking for a good quality used machine of any make and model, please call James McCloy or Hamish Wilson.
With many years in the industry, their extensive contacts often mean they may just be able to get their hands on the machinery you’re after.