Webbline Blog

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

Why an SIP tedder is right for your harvesting operation

Posted by Gerry Clare on Nov 21, 2018 4:29:41 PM

 

 

Old agricultural machinery may look cool and remind you of haymaking with Granddad but that doesn’t cut it when there’s serious work to be done. Breakdowns cost money, so if you're worried about the reliability and efficiency of your old tedder, it’s time for an upgrade.

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Topics: SIP

Grass harvesting is so important it needs the best in gear

Posted by Gerry Clare on Nov 21, 2018 4:29:37 PM

Spring growth is bursting forth on farms throughout the country. Making the most of that harvest will set up your feed supplies for next winter, which is why it is crucial to do it well.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Benefits of using net replacement film to wrap your bales

Posted by Gerry Clare on Nov 14, 2018 11:15:00 AM

Net replacement film, where plastic film is used instead of net to hold a bale of silage together, is new to the New Zealand market but is already making inroads.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Farming tips for a productive and profitable spring

Posted by Gerry Clare on Sep 12, 2018 9:53:08 AM

 

Your pastures have come through the winter well and the lambs and calves are dropping... that means it's time to get your farm equipment ready to ensure you run a productive and profitable farm this season.

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Topics: Webbline News

How to cut costs and lift feed quality with a loader wagon

Posted by Gerry Clare on Sep 4, 2018 9:52:11 AM

 

Doom-mongers are telling us that the death of traditional farming is just around the corner, that lab-grown protein and artificial milk are the future.

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Topics: Bergmann

Why you should switch to an umbilical effluent system

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jul 9, 2018 4:19:12 PM

 

Effluent – it’s liquid gold when applied to pasture but plain old pollution when it gets into waterways. The challenge on the farm is to maximise its potential to lift production and minimise its potential to pollute.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Telehandlers v. tractors: What’s better for your farm?

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 26, 2018 4:34:10 PM

 

Okay, so we know Granddad broke in the whole farm with just a Series I Land Rover and a Massey 135, but we also know times have changed.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

How telehandlers can make your farming operation safer

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 18, 2018 4:38:43 PM

 

Who wouldn’t want their farm to be a safe place to work? Apart from any legal requirement to provide a safe working environment, there’s the peace of mind that comes from knowing you are doing everything you can to ensure you and your staff go home each day alive and well.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery

Why your farming operation needs a telehandler

Posted by Gerry Clare on Jun 12, 2018 2:39:58 PM

Efficiency is a watchword for New Zealand farmers, so much so they are regarded among the most efficient in the world.

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Topics: Agricultural Machinery