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Webbline Blog

Tips for driveshaft preventative maintenance

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 24, 2020 4:44:54 PM

We all know that preventive driveshaft maintenance can save downtime with your machine, save labour, prevent injuries and plant damage that can be costly.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Three Ways to Increase Your Mixer Wagon Lifespan | Webbline

Posted by Gerry Clare on Mar 26, 2020 4:38:25 PM

Running a mixer wagon is a great way to increase production and consistency across your herd. You can get more feed into your cows, feed them no matter the weather conditions, and save you time and money in the long run.

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Topics: BVL, Agricultural Machinery, Mixer Wagons

4 Key Questions You Should Ask Before Buying a New Mower

Posted by Gerry Clare on Oct 9, 2019 10:22:22 AM

Reliability is so important on today’s farms. There’s schedules to meet, targets to hit and a harvest to get in.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Waikato Branch Forges Ahead with Move into New Building

Posted by Gerry Clare on Aug 12, 2019 4:01:27 PM

 

The Webbline Waikato branch has come a long way since its inception in 2006. This gives the company strength for continuous improvement to meet the requirements of contractors and farmers in an evolving Agricultural industry.

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Topics: Webbline News

Farming Tips for Keeping the Herd Healthy This Winter | Webbline

Posted by Gerry Clare on Aug 5, 2019 9:43:51 AM

 

As temperatures start to cool around the country, now is a good time to take stock of just how well you are placed to keep your herd healthy this winter, and for a reminder of some of the seasonal health challenges they will face. 

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Why Every Dairy Farm Needs a Good Effluent Management System

Posted by Gerry Clare on Aug 5, 2019 9:43:46 AM

For every dairy farmer, the costs and pressure of keeping up with environmental legislation are only going up. The Resource Management Act sets a high bar in promoting the sustainable management of natural and physical resources such as land and water. Local bodies have considerable powers under the RMA to enforce compliance. 

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

How to Know If Your Dairy Farm Has an Effluent Crisis | Webbline

Posted by Gerry Clare on Aug 5, 2019 9:43:42 AM

The dairy boom has been a major contributor to economic growth in New Zealand in the past few decades, but with that growth has also come some pain. More cows mean more effluent, and if it’s not stored and disposed of properly, that effluent can cause serious problems for the environment.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

How to Keep Your Milk Production Healthy | Webbline

Posted by Gerry Clare on May 21, 2019 9:19:00 AM

Safe, quality milk from healthy animals – if you say it quickly it can sound easy. But we all know it’s not. Getting all the complex elements of a dairy operation running in sync is hard.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Research Key to Choosing the Right Agricultural Machinery

Posted by Gerry Clare on Apr 29, 2019 11:22:54 AM

The old saying, ‘Buy in haste, repent at leisure’ is as true for agricultural machinery as it is for any other significant purchase.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

How to Protect Your Pastures from Soil Pugging | Webbline

Posted by Gerry Clare on Apr 29, 2019 11:22:49 AM

Rain – you can’t farm without it, but if you get too much you can’t farm with it either. And when you do get a break in the weather, the contractors and their agricultural machinery can be racing to repair damaged pastures before the next deluge arrives.

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Topics: Insider