Machinery

Machinery

  • PRODUCING 'farmer-user' combine harvesters is quite a speciality for manufacturer, Same Deutz-Fahr, and it has now totally revamped its firm favourite in that bracket with the new C6000 series.

  • BEATING RURAL crime and in particular the growing threat of quad theft, Suzuki GB says its range of utility ATVs will now come fitted with CESAR - an electronic security identification system developed by leading security specialist, Datatag.

  • SUCH IS the confidence in its revamped T-series combines, John Deere has already dubbed the new models as 'record-breakers'.

  • A FARMER in one of Scotland's most remote areas has given a big thumbs up to a new scheme which offers the use of a courtesy ATV while your own is on for repair or servicing.

  • Polaris, the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles (ORVs), has introduced the Sportsman 110 EFI and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models as part of the company's continuing innovation of its off-road product offerings.

Motoring

Motoring

  • MORE THAN a few heads have been turned on Argyll roads this week as more than 50 of the world's most iconic motor vehicles cars embarked on the start of a two-day Concours of Elegance Highland Tour.

  • SOME OF the world's rarest and most expensive cars will be coming to Scotland this weekend for the Concours of Elegance 2015, which is being held at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, in Edinburgh, from September 4 to 6.

  • HYUNDAI'S replacement for its popular ix-35, carrying the resurrected Tucson name, goes on sale on September 3 and is already getting big plus points for its residual value from industry specialist, CAP Automotive.

  • GOING on a serious weight-loss programme on its Q7 has allowed Audi to make the most of the 215bhp version of its advanced V6 3.0-litre TDI engine by offering it in its latest version of its premium SUV.

  • FOR CASH-STRAPPED farmers the new special edition Isuzu D-Max Fury could not have come at a better time.

Technical

Technical

  • NEW additions to its catalogue will mark spares business, Spaldings' return to the Royal Highland Show for the first time in five years.

  • THREE Gold medals for innovative excellence have been awarded in this year's round of the Royal Highland and Agricultural Society of Scotland's Technical Innovation Award scheme.

  • THE Kombi2Plus silage sheet and Silofix cover belt from forage clamp specialist, Bock UK, are designed to make sheeting down easier and more effective.

  • WITH silage-making almost upon us, farmers are being urged to focus on minimising the threat of moulds and mycotoxin contamination in forage.

  • NEW HOLLAND is upping the ante in providing state-of-the-art guidance systems with its drive to equip dealers with the necessary technology.

Buyer's Guide

Buyer's Guide

  • BEATING RURAL crime and in particular the growing threat of quad theft, Suzuki GB says its range of utility ATVs will now come fitted with CESAR - an electronic security identification system developed by leading security specialist, Datatag.

  • A FARMER in one of Scotland's most remote areas has given a big thumbs up to a new scheme which offers the use of a courtesy ATV while your own is on for repair or servicing.

  • Polaris, the leading manufacturer of off-road vehicles (ORVs), has introduced the Sportsman 110 EFI and Outlaw 110 EFI youth models as part of the company's continuing innovation of its off-road product offerings.

  • SALES OF Can-Am's BRP ATVs are on the rise, with a good increase of sales between June 2014 and May 2015.

  • EXISTING SCR-only emissions control has been maintained for latest versions of the New Holland T8 and T7 tractors to comply with the final step in the current anti-pollution regulations.

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