Peter Thomas Keaveney reports from a visit to an on-farm sheep sale at Eskvale Station, which is located in North Canterbury on the South Island, New Zealand.
Peter Thomas Keaveney speaks to Brook Nettleton from Blue Grass Contracting in Matamata, a contracting business in the Waikato region in New Zealand who charge for harvesting traded grass and maize on a c/kg DM basis.
Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with Wicklow brothers Pat and Andrew Doyle who have been in the forestry game since 1982, and recently took delivery of a new Komatsu 931xc, one of the first sold in Ireland.
Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with the Hartley family near Glenmore in south Kilkenny who recently took delivery of their new Belair Premium L, their second zero grazing machine in three years.
Based in Ballymacward, Co Galway, suckler farmer Paul Mulkerrins made the move to a skid steer back in 2016 and hasn’t looked back since. Peter Thomas Keaveney reports.
Peter Thomas Keaveney and Gary Abbott put the Massey Ferguson four-cylinder 200hp 6718S up against it’s the six-cylinder 200hp counterpart, the 7718S.
Peter Thomas Keaveney caught up with Galway based dairy farmer, Darragh Ryder, to find out how his 2018 Weidemann 5080T has performed after clocking up 1,500 hours.
Last autumn, Waterford based beef finisher Paul Power made the move to a Strautmann diet feeder/straw blower two in one machine, the first Strautmann built one of its kind in Ireland. Peter Thomas Keaveney reports.
SIP grassland equipment was first introduced into Ireland in 2016. Earlier in the summer, Peter Thomas Keaveney tried out a front and rear mounted mower combination.
Gary Abbott travelled to Germany to take a look at the latest grassland equipment Krone have recently launched ahead of Agritechnica this November.