A stroke of the hand and carelessly scribbled lines can turn into a meaningful article. Add to this the shrewdness of Sherlock Holmes, the curiosity of Barbara, the impudent pushiness of a fly and the ability to analyse and look into the facts and you'll get a real journalist. So thinks Aleksey Demidov, a system administrator of AgroCentreZakharovo and, simultaneously, an editor-in-chief of the AGROnozhka wall newspaper, a job which he does like a real professional.

For the first time in the Yaroslavl area, AgroCentreZakharovo arranged a Field Day for the neighbouring regions' farmers at which new machines were demonstrated and gifts presented.

The JCB Company presents on the Russian market its upgraded 527-58 AGRI loader developed expressly for poultry farms.

AgroCentre both sells agricultural equipment and provides prompt year-round servicing. To instantly response to customers' requests and to be always just one telephone call away is the professional credo of the company's servicing department.

This year, the Swedish concern Vaderstad came up with a new machine for Russian fields. This is the Spirit grain seeder, widely and successfully operating in Europe. Its trials will take place on the fields of the Central Black Earth Zone on the farms of AgroCentre customers.

This year, AgroCentre became the Kolnag Company's official dealer, offering potato growing equipment. The company is known in Russia as a manufacturer of the world-class agricultural machine models like AVR, Miedema, Trioliet, Celli, and Simon.

This season, AgroCentre plans to expand its range of suppliers. The new partner will be the American company Valmont Irrigation, a leader in the production of Valley mechanised irrigation systems.

The corporate management of the JCB Company paid a business visit to the Belgorod branch of AgroCentreLiski. During the meeting, issues of the further development of the market for JCB products were discussed.

The AgroCentreZakharovo Company attended an annual session of Chelyabinsk Oblast's Ministry of Agriculture. The managers and experts of agricultural enterprises and leading suppliers of agricultural machines, seeds and crop protecting agents got together to discuss the plans for the forthcoming field work.

Re-equipping the agricultural enterprises of the Kursk oblast was one of the key subjects discussed at the regional seminar on preparations for the 2012 sowing. It was pointed out that this year the farmers took special care to acquire efficient equipment, which is why they fully prepared for the upcoming work. The Kursk branch of the AgroCentreLiski Company attended the conference, offering farmers a wide range of agricultural machinery.

101 agricultural machines were presented at the Tyumen-based Traktorgrad section of the Agricultural Machinery and Equipment 2012 exhibition that displayed various technological solutions for farming enterprises. Thirty of them were from the AgroCentre firm.

Yaroslavl farmers and their neighbours in Kostroma, Vologda and Ivanovo oblasts received powerful support.

The event was opened by Viktor Semakin, deputy director of the oblast's department of agriculture. He pointed out that the local farmers are "all for" modern agricultural equipment, and even more so for modern servicing. And this must be so for the farms not to sustain seasonal losses due to idle time of the equipment.