Novosibirsk branch of AgroCentreZakharovo has supplied the first Horsch Leeb PT 330 self-propelled sprayer in Russia. Krutishinskoye farming enterprise located in Cherepanovo district, Novosibirsk oblast, became the lucky owner of the novelty.
All of this is about Pronto seed drills manufactured by Horsch. Even emergence without skips and doubles is a hallmark of the series. No wonder the machines have become true favourites among Russian farmers.
The sales representatives of AgroCentre and its clients have visited Deula-Nienburg agricultural educational centre in Germany to gain some useful knowledge. The facility was chosen as the venue for CULTAN fertilisation training organised by Güstrower. Doctor Martin Kücke (PhD in Agronomy) made a presentation to the Russian guests. Our team turned back home with a broadened experience of the topic and was ready to share it.
One of the most prominent representatives of the yellow-and-black family range worldwide is the JCB 531-70 telescopic handler. Since 2008, one such machine has been operating at Verbilovskoye farming enterprise (Lipetsk oblast) never failing to amaze its owners with its performance.
AgroCentre keeps on working under the special regime. The seeding campaign is in full swing. Every hour counts. Machinery must operate seamlessly. Hence Massey Ferguson tractors confidently get down to business.
The JCB 434S is rapidly gaining popularity in Russia, and Tyumen oblast is no exception here. Five JCB 434 loaders are already operating in the region, and a few farms are planning to purchase this particular model.
The Massey Ferguson 9335 self-propelled sprayer – a new model of AGCO corporation – has just recently been introduced to the Russian market of agricultural machinery. The unit is designed with the basic concepts in mind — reliability, cost-effectiveness, efficiency and comfort.
On the first April days, while most Russians had to stay at home in self-isolation, field works were in full swing all over the regions. Taking every precaution necessary in this hard time, both large and small companies started their seeding campaigns. The country obviously needs grain, meat and milk. So today, on numerous farms, motors of the powerful machines are roaring their tune and fleets are being enlarged with new models — AgroCentre is a great help here.
Following all the necessary precautions of working in this stressful epidemiological situation, Kurgan branch of AgroCentreZakharovo hammers away at supporting its clients and partners, supplying them with cutting-edge machinery and spare parts as well as carrying out maintenance twenty-four seven. Owing to the beginning of the seeding campaign, the service is especially relevant.
A group of clients and employees of AgroCentre have visited the city of Schwandorf in Germany, home to Horsch manufacturing plant, where the machinery units are assembled.