This article is packed with news about exciting technology that will be on display at Bothaville again this year. We can not predict everything, but be on the lookout for more news on the following:
LEMKEN’s Gigant 12 carrier, to which two 6-meter-wide tools can be hooked to work really wide, recently arrived in the country and will be deployed with a whole range of new equipment on LEMKEN’s larger exhibition space.
Lemken, Nampo 2015
Barloworld Agriculture will introduce their Topcon technology for precision farming. The system works with Massey Ferguson and Challenger’s high-specific tractors and offers integrated solutions to improve farm management systems in general.
Massey Ferguson, Nampo 2015
Agri Africa’s Great Plains range remains at the forefront of vertical cultivation and twin rowing technology (Twin Row), but feel free to drop by their new exhibition space to find out more about J & M Tapcarre’s smart unloading solutions. In this issue we tell you more about Valtrac’s stalwart Tatu disc harrows, but feel free to drop by their new bean and groundnut harvester which makes the job much easier and the new precision balls from Bogballe.
Nampo 2015. Agri Afrika
Vitamech is known for its MacDon flat cutters and harvester tables that make life easier for farmers in the Western Cape in particular, but is also now the distributor of the excellent Väderstadt range of tillers and planters as well as the Brillion fine seed planter.
Vitamec, Nampo 2015
We hope to highlight a few more highlights next month and will provide feedback on all the interesting technology our editorial team at Nampo has seen in our June issue. If you would like ProAgri to visit your exhibition, please contact one of our marketers to advertise in the May issue. Call 012-803-0667 for more information.