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30 November 2016

CLAAS announces upgrades to variable round balers

CLAAS has unveiled its new VARIANT 400 series of variable round balers, which are due for release in New Zealand and Australia in 2017.
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18 November 2016

Dinner for 800 . . .

A LARGE scale dairying operation in Mid Canterbury is about to take delivery of a high performance Trioliet Solomix 2 2800 ZKX-T mixer wagon for use in an intensive nutrition program that sees 800 cows fed up to 24 kg/day of a total mixed ration.
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26 October 2016

CLAAS S10 terminal gets improved ISOBUS functionality

CLAAS has updated its popular S10 terminal used in ARION, AXION and XERION advanced technology tractors to become fully ISOBUS-compatible, allowing it to simultaneously operate the tractor’s steering system and ISOBUS-compatible implements.
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17 October 2016

Automatic turning system gets back on track

CLAAS has released an automatic guidance system that allows fast, easy and accurate turning at headlands.
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22 September 2016

New CLAAS QUADRANT 5000 series ties a better knot

CLAAS claims the new QUADRANT 5300 and 5200 – the replacement models for the popular QUADRANT 3300 and 3200 – are the fastest square balers on the market.
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14 September 2016

It's snow time!

AGRICULTURAL contractor, Colin Murdoch, has swapped his winter downtime for non-stop snowtime by leasing his fleet of four CLAAS advanced technology tractors to an award-winning automotive testing facility in New Zealand’s Southern Alps.
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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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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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