On Farm Opinion – Capacity to impress

Written by cpm from CPM Magazine

Download PDF Investing in technology has the potential to boost both productivity and economics – as well as improving work/life balance – as one grower in Beds has realised. CPM finds out more. I’ve now got a young family, so I can get on with spraying and perhaps even have a Saturday afternoon off. By Rob Jones When you’re preparing to purchase a new bit of kit, there’s often a checklist of priorities to satisfy. For some, it may be something laden with all the latest and greatest whizzy innovation, while for others it may be something that will be more efficient to boost output while helping ease labour pressures. However, that’s not to say those two priorities are mutually exclusive, as Beds grower, Chris Papworth, has found out through the investment of a new sprayer. Chris first considered replacing his existing 4000-litre, 24m self-propelled sprayer in 2019, so he studied the market carefully, including paying a visit to the Sprays and Sprayers demonstration at Cereals, where he got talking to Chafer’s Joe Allen. “From speaking to Joe, it was clear not only that he had a wealth of knowledge that could help specify the features I needed, but also…
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CHAP Webinar - Innovative tools to overcome the challenges of Regen Ag

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Applying principles of regen ag can incur a range of on-farm challenges. Learn how innovative tools & machinery can help with these hurdles.

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