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18 August 2016

CLAAS acquires SHREDLAGE technology

GLOBAL forage harvesting technology giant, CLAAS, has acquired the complete intellectual and marketing rights for the innovative SHREDLAGE maize silage process.
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03 August 2016

The best of the best

THE very best dealerships, teams and individuals from throughout the Landpower and CLAAS Harvest Centre network in New Zealand and Australia have been recognised at the inaugural Strive Annual Awards for Excellence held in Christchurch, New Zealand.
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04 July 2016

CLAAS manufactures its 50,000th LEXION

THE 50,000th LEXION combine harvester, recognised as the world’s most technologically advanced harvesting platform, has rolled off the CLAAS assembly line in Harsewinkel, Germany.
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22 June 2016

World-class technology powers Lincoln research

Landpower is proud to be part of the provision of more than $850,000 of high performance agricultural technology, service and advice to Lincoln University as part of a three-year research program that aims to improve the performance and viability of New Zealand dairy farming systems.
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19 June 2016

More horses and a better tractor

WAIKATO dairy farmers, Andrew and Toni Rooks, are adamant they got more horsepower for their dollar and a better tractor for good measure when they purchased a CLAAS ARION 620C. “We got an extra 30 or 40 horsepower for the same price.”
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16 June 2016

À la carte dining for cows

MAIZE and grass silage, palm kernel and minerals are now on the menu at Kelvin and Rita Cutforth’s dairy farm in Waikato, thanks to the purchase of a high performance Trioliet wagon that rapidly and thoroughly mixes and feeds out all types of rations.
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20 May 2016

SHREDLAGE improves digestibility

A NEW maize silage technique that intensively processes both the kernel and long chopped corn stalk particles significantly improves digestibility and livestock performance.
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19 May 2016

Launching the pocket rocket

Despite it’s compact size the all-new JCB 516-40 telehandler is capable of lifting 1.6 tonnes up to a maximum height of 4 m and it's sure to find immediate appeal where operating areas can be restrictive.
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