Machinery & Equipment

New WEDA demand feeding station for group management

Sow-Comp, the new demand feeding station with improved visualisation to which up to 25 devices can be connectedWEDA has developed Sow-Comp, the new demand feeding station with improved visualisation to which up to 25 devices can be connected. With the new system, the entire agricultural animal management will be created in a more flexible way.

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Massey Ferguson launches advanced front-end loaders

MF_3645A_tractor_and_MF_916_loader.eMassey Ferguson’s latest MF 900 Series front-end loaders combine robust construction and simple operation with the advanced new Loader Control System (LCS).

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CLAAS to introduce new single rotor rakes

CLAAS_Liner_3100.eFor 2012, CLAAS has introduced three new single rotor rakes and added an additional wider working model to its trailed twin rotor rake range.

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New multi-tasking forest machine from Cat

cat_machine_editedCaterpillar Forest Products recently introduced the new Cat 568 Forest Machine (FM) that delivers more performance — while consuming less fuel — than the previous model.

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CLAAS to add new range of high-performance tractors in 2012

sima_axionwebFrom 2012, the CLAAS tractor family is set to be joined by an entirely new range. The new AXION 900 high-performance range of tractors, with four models from 280 to 400 hp, complements the already popular AXION 800 (180–260-hp) and XERION ranges (330–525-hp).
The first AXION 900 preproduction machines went into operation in early 2010. Since that time, the new tractor has been put through its paces in fields across Europe, in direct consultation with end users. Although the tractor is not yet available commercially, and is currently being given its final finishing touches, CLAAS nonetheless opted to unveil the preproduction model at SIMA.

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