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Webbline Blog

How to keep your milk production healthy

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

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

Why Webbline should be your agricultural machinery partner

Posted by Webbline on Apr 1, 2019 1:47:56 PM

The history of farming in New Zealand is also the history of agricultural machinery. Without a large labour pool to call on, early farmers were enthusiastic adopters of new technology that would boost productivity.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery, Construction Machinery

'Made in Europe' gold standard for agricultural machinery

Posted by Gerry Clare on Feb 21, 2019 9:25:58 AM

There’s so much choice now in the agricultural machinery market that things can get a bit overwhelming. There’s new manufacturers, new brands, and always new bells and whistles touted as the latest must-have.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Why telehandlers are so good for construction

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jan 31, 2019 2:44:52 PM

 

Modern construction projects are increasingly complex. Budgets are tight and so are the timeframes. The only way for a builder or project manager to stay on top of the challenges is to have the right people on the right tools.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

Versatile telehandlers resolve many construction challenges

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jan 31, 2019 2:38:23 PM

 

Let’s face it, there’s nothing like a new piece of kit to get you and your construction team excited.

 

When the new machine is safer to use, more reliable and more versatile than those it is replacing, everybody’s job becomes a bit easier and as the boss, you have fewer worries about deadlines and cost overruns.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

The easy way to choose the telehandler that's best for your project

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jan 31, 2019 2:37:12 PM

 

It's easy for things to get messy around a construction site, but in this industry, reputations are made (or broken) on a business' ability to meet deadlines.

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Topics: Construction Machinery

How to achieve more consistent milk production

Posted by Gerry Clare on Dec 20, 2018 3:14:32 PM

Consistent milk production is the holy grail of dairy farming. In the parts of the world that rely on grain and silage for feed, farmers can adopt a system of consistent calving throughout the year, but New Zealand’s pasture-based system does mean a more compact, seasonal calving pattern and therefore a seasonal peak and trough in milk production.

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Topics: BVL, Agricultural Machinery

The advantages of tube wrapping your bales

Posted by Gerry Clare on Dec 5, 2018 3:14:51 PM

 

As a farm manager or owner, you’re responsible for optimising the production of your business, as well as setting operating goals and business plans. But, when working long hours and managing seasonal staff, setting and reaching goals can prove to be difficult.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery