The brainchild of some farmers facing a problem, the harvester blower is now in full production.
As the drought drags on scores of large tanks were sold during the Agquip Field Days, catching exhibitors offguard.
Smart machines are a good investment for so many on-farm applications that it was no wonder AgQuip exhibitors were kept busy with inquiries.
When hay is worth as much as grain, without the risk of frost or hail, equipment for the task is is in good demand
The Davey Group at AgQuip reported a busy few field days as farmers showed interest in tidying up their paddocks or developing new country.
With the price of electricity infrastructure rising to unreasonable heights, irrigators are looking at modern diesel gensets to supply power in ways that leave the authorities behind.
Sales of big scale feed mixers indicate drought feeding preparations are moving to a new level on farms