The PFS Series pendulum-type broadcast spreaders are capable of spreading seed, top dressings, prilled/granular fertilizer, lime, and iron at delivery rates ranging from 44 to 890 lbs. per acre with a spreading width of 20' to 46'. Optional spouts are available for narrow spreading, vineyard spreading between rows, and vineyards/orchards spreading ...
The latest addition to the Nairn Self-Propelled Harvester range, this harvester is based on the 680 Tow Behind and offers compact engineering ideally suited to the boutique vineyard with minimal headlands and narrower row widths. Essential for those wanting high quality grapes from vine to winery.
Belt Conveyors with cleats make this harvester ideal for a wide range of conditions. Ease of operation and service ensure the 630 is suitable for vineyards and operators of any size who have price and harvesting economy in mind
The KMC Vine Conditioner is designed for use after digging peanuts for the purpose of removing excess soil and foreign material. Vines are gently picked up, fluffed, and returned to the inverted position.
The benchmark harvester of all Tow-Behind grape harvesters. With the Nairn picking head, a robust chassis designed to last the years and many options on configuration, this is the most popular harvester available.
The KMC Vine Lifter is used after rainy conditions on peanuts that have been inverted. It is used to free the vine from crusty conditions by running a blade and lifter rods underneath the inverted vines.