drills

  1. Farm Classifieds

    Vaderstad Rapid 600

    Vaderstad Rapid 600 Advert added by: James Forknall @Jpffarms71 Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £60000 Condition: Excellent Description 2016 Vaderstad RDA Rapid drill 6m, bought in 2017 ex-demo from Vaderstad. 3row seeding discs, Blockage...
  2. Farm Classifieds

    Weaving Tine Drill 6m 2005

    Weaving Tine Drill 6m 2005 Advert added by: Alex Shutes Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £10000 Condition: Used Description 6 metre Weaving Tine Drill 2005 model with 3 rows of tines PTO driven fan Single Pre-em marker (removed currently) 2...
  3. redsloe

    Direct drilling Winter Wheat now

    Most people are drilled up I expect but has anyone got any to do or done it in the past? I've got a field I want to plant and the window is open until mid February but we're in a good dry spell now. It's not quite dry enough yet I think, but do I risk it soon? I didn't plant it in the autumn...
  4. Dman2

    Which tool for min till

    Ok so possibly looking at going down min till route for some of our land Have @ 150hp to play with What are my options Not looking new
  5. Turnip

    Thingamajig which turns cordless tools into corded tools, would you buy it?

    So I am helping someone get a degree and one task they have is come up with a product idea and write a business case around it. Question to the community here is would you buy this? His product is a device which has the same form factor as a battery for a cordless tool but enables it to be fed...
  6. Farm Classifieds

    Weaving Sabre Tine Drill (6m)

    Weaving Sabre Tine Drill (6m) Advert added by: @Tiptoe Ted Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £23500 Condition: Used Description Weaving Sabre Tine Drill (6m) Year - 2017 Ha's covered - 1477 Plastic tank so light for a 6m drill, 3 rows of...
  7. OPICOLtd

    Disc or Tine cultivator

    Quick question for you! Do you use a disc or tine cultivator and why do you prefer one over the other? Thanks!
  8. Farm Classifieds

    TA01482C - 2013 Vaderstad Tempo F8 Drill

    TA01482C - 2013 Vaderstad Tempo F8 Drill Advert added by: Chandlers (Farm Equipment) Ltd Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £35000 Condition: Good Description Vaderstad Tempo F8 Drill, Trailed, Hydraulic folding, 8 rows Disc coulters, Electric rate...
  9. Farm Classifieds

    T2028299 - 2011 Vaderstad 300S Drill

    T2028299 - 2011 Vaderstad 300S Drill Advert added by: Chandlers (Farm Equipment) Ltd Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £18500 Condition: Good Description Vaderstad 3.00m 300S Drill, Trailed, Rigid Cultivation discs, 2 rows, Disc...
  10. Bruce Almighty

    Save Our Farms

    Apologies for stating the obvious. We are in a crazy situation where in my opinion, a campaign needs promoting to save/support farming in England. Re-Wilding is throwing money at those that need it least. Look at what's happened to @CopperBeech, a very good farmer who has been stitched up...
  11. Farm Classifieds

    Lemken combi 4m folding drill

    Lemken combi 4m folding drill Advert added by: Mark Mccallum Machinery Details Category: Tillage Drills Price: £30250 Condition: Good Description Lemken 4m combi drill folding. 2011 good condition packer roller replaced 2 years ago. Front fert hopper...
  12. Agriland RSS

    Machinery Focus: New chapter for gantry farming from Nexat

    Written by Justin Roberts from Agriland The only gold medal awarded in the 2021 DLG Innovation Awards went to a relatively obscure German company by the name of Nexat for its reiteration of gantry farming. This company was formed in 2013 with the sole purpose of developing what it describes...
  13. M

    Cambridge Farm Machinery

    Heard from a colleague this morning that Cambridge Farm Machinery have lost their franchise with Vaderstad - any truth in this? Find it hard to believe myself.
  14. Janet Hughes Defra

    New information about local nature recovery and landscape recovery

    Morning all and happy new year. Further to the information we published about the Sustainable Farming Incentive in December (see https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/sustainable-farming-incentive-how-the-scheme-will-work-in-2022), today we're publishing information about the 2 other new...
  15. C

    Clover and herbs in permanent pasture

    Hi there, Wondering if anyone has experience of stitching in clover to permanent pasture to boost nitrogen? Also can herbs be added in? Will be grazing sticklers.
  16. D

    AHDB can feck right off.

    We Eat Balanced 2022 starts today, so thought I would be a good little levy payer and share the social media. Well, that's not happening. WTF is it with this industry ? Why are we so utterly incapable of promoting ourselves - all of us - rather than this constant 'some farms are better than...
  17. Direct Driller Magazine

    Plan the move to direct drilling carefully

    Both cover crops and low-disturbance drilling are often seen as an easy way to improve soil health and performance while also offering an opportunity to cut fixed costs. Where the transition is managed well, it can be very worthwhile but in other cases, the journey to drilling nirvana can be a...
  18. Direct Driller Magazine

    Farmer Focus – Tom Sewell

    December 2021 The good the bad and the ugly! As I sit here on the 30th November furiously tapping away to get this written for tomorrows deadline I reflect on what has happened since I last wrote. My last piece mentioned how well the crops looked before harvest! How things have changed in...
  19. Direct Driller Magazine

    History of the GD

    Written by Tony Gent With over 60 years of farming, I have seen and been involved with so many changes, as a lad from working with horses and leaving school at 15 to working on my father’s smallholding with only 50 acres and a mix of cropping. The farm began to mechanise and expand, so did my...
  20. Tucker86

    Sfi/elms

    Now we have details on the payments, is anybody still thinking of putting there whole farm into the sfi scheme ? I can’t see any benefit in putting any of your land into the scheme at them prices, let alone your whole farm ? Happy new year by the way
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