The ubiquitous telescopic loaders
Among the Russian regions, the Belgorod oblast leads in the production of meat and poultry. At the BelgorodExpo exhibition, AgroCentreLiski specialists presented the JCB 531-70 farming loader and its "smaller brother". The two machines do the complete range of loading and unloading jobs on stockbreeding and poultry farms.
Gigantic silos and record breaking dryers
A little over a year ago, AgGrowth Industries, the world-famous manufacturer of post-harvest equipment, opened a new plant in Canada where it builds the Twister silos, the biggest in their class. Company experts say this is a move to address farmers' needs. One of the first shipments of these gigantic silos has left for Russia.
German style of agriculture
Christian Kowalczyk is deputy director for production and chief agronomist of the R L Bryansk LLC, which was established in 2008. This spring the fleet of the company's farming equipment has been replenished with an AEROSTAR 1200 Einbock machine. Christian shared his impressions of the row crop harrow as used in the first season and spoke about the farm.
At the Agro-Chelyabinsk 2012 exhibition of agricultural equipment, the AgroCentreZakharovo company stand presented a complete range of modern farming machines from Challenger, Vaderstad and JCB. The MT685D tractor and 647 Challenger combine harvester were the principal exhibits demonstrated by AgroCentre.
TopDown into the thick of battle!
AgroCentre has facilitated gathering of intelligence by arranging a demonstration of agricultural equipment at the country's agricultural enterprises. Presently "the gathering of intelligence" is proceeding at Penza enterprises where the TopDown stubble cultivator is undergoing trials. TopDown is a product of Vaderstad, a leading Swedish manufacturer of tilling and seeding equipment.
Let's play big!
This year, AGCO will present at the Agrosalon 2012 international agricultural exhibition a new series of Challenger RoGator 1100 self-propelled sprayers designed expressly for Russian agricultural enterprises.
In the land of tulips and potatoes
Since olden times, The Netherlands has been considered the model setter in potato production. For centuries, the Dutch have been selecting potato varieties and developing methods of growing the plant. More than 160,000 hectares of farmland in the country are devoted to this crop. Its average yield is 40 t/ha. AgroCentre and the Kolnag Company provided an opportunity for Russian farmers to learn the secrets of potato production as it is pursued by foreign farmers. For this purpose, they arranged a trip for them to Holland’s leading agricultural enterprises and to the Miedema plant, which specialises in the manufacture of potato production equipment.
What could be tenderer?
At the YarAgro 2012 agro-industrial exhibition, specialists from the Yaroslavl branch of AgroCentreZakharovo introduced farmers to Challenger and Kverneland equipment, the globally renowned machines for a variety of agricultural operations. They also held consultations on various farming jobs and technologies.
The worlds largest seed drill
Vaderstad Seed Hawk presented the world’s largest seed drill recently at the Farm Progress Show in Canada. The cart for seed and fertiliser can hold an astounding 46 cubic metres, weighs over 15 tonnes empty and is over 15 metres long. The weight of the hopper is distributed over four tracks in order to minimise soil compaction.
From Agritechnica to Agro-Omsk
The Tyumen branch of AgroCentre took part in the Agro-Omsk 2012 exhibition. The company had long wanted to meet Omsk farmers. As it happened, this was a mutual desire that arose far back last year at the Agritechnica exhibition in Hannover.
Steady as you go!
The dynamic development policy launched last year by AgroCentre is bearing fruit. Today AgroCentre is among Russia's major suppliers of imported farming machines. The company is establishing itself in new regions, where it creates modern maintenance centres.
Less downtime when AgroCentre is close by
Today's farming is unthinkable without reliable and efficient agricultural equipment. However, no one has yet built an agricultural machine that can operate permanently without servicing. That is why AgroCentre not only supplies farming equipment from the world’s leading brands but also has invested in prompt servicing. It is obvious that proximity to a farm lowers the downtime of farming equipment. Therefore, this autumn the company is opening a servicing centre in the town of Kurgan, Trans-Ural region.