Quick Overview Of Our Line Of Forage Harvesters The power required to mulch a field of corn makes forage harvesters one of the most sought after machines on the market. Farmtech understands that for the modern forage harvester, durability and overall strength are non-negotiables. Our wide range of precision forage harvesters assures you’ll have a […]
What Are The Benefits Of Bale Processing? There are plenty of key benefits bale processors offer for cattle feeding. Bale processors maximise hay supply by reducing hay loss, it reduces stress and the risk of contaminants to your herd, it helps provide a healthier and cleaner open-range feeding environment, and they give you an effective […]
When the soil in your paddock’s become compacted, your pasture will have a difficult time developing an effective root structure. This is because the roots of your pasture are unable to penetrate and freely grow in heavily compacted soil. This often presents as patchy, dwarf or drought intolerant paddocks. […]
Spraying for pests, weeds and disease prevention is a staple practise in modern farming operations. Although social trends and legislative requirements constantly change and must be carefully taken into account spraying remains a pivotal part to many enterprises’ profitability. […]
Australia's hottest selling drill for 2010 is back – BIGGER & MEANER & AT THE RIGHT PRICE!
New features on our Agromaster Seed Drills for the 2011 season.
FarmTech are pleased to announce several improvements to the Coulter Seed Drill and the Double Disc Seed Drill to make them an excellent seed drill for Australian conditions. […]
The latest Tanco gadget from FarmTech can save time and hassles when handling round bales wrapped in plastic or netting.
The Tanco TCI70 Bale Shear, which will be on display at the Seymour Alternative Farming Expo, can be used to transport bales and also remove the plastic or netting from the bale without leaving the tractor cabin. FarmTech’s Phil Hartley said the Bale Shear was ideal for properties where hay and silage was handled regularly. […]
According to a report last year by the Australia Institute, we throw out $5 billion worth of food every year. Global Renewables in Sydney is turning household wheelie bin waste into compost, using heat to kill salmonella and botulism bugs, and selling it to fertiliser distributors. The waste is whiffy in Sydney's west at the 500 metre long conveyor belt of composting. […]