Machinery

Online Auction: Highlights from Kellys of Borris event

Online Auction: Highlights from Kellys of Borris event

Dealers are in business to sell machinery and so all avenues must be explored to maximise that objective. An online...

May 7, 2021

How to save downtime when replacing belting on balers

How to save downtime when replacing belting on balers

By Chad Haugen, senior engineer at WCCO Belting Purchasing replacement parts for equipment today may seem far more complicated than ever....

April 29, 2021

Turbo-charge your yard: Merlo unveils newest Turbofarmer

Turbo-charge your yard: Merlo unveils newest Turbofarmer

Italian brand Merlo has unveiled its latest model of telescopic handler – the “top-of-the-line” TF65.9T-170-HF Turbofarmer. The machine is aimed...

April 26, 2021

World’s ‘largest tractor company’ appoints new CEO

World’s ‘largest tractor company’ appoints new CEO

Mahindra & Mahindra – a utility vehicle manufacturing giant that claims to be the world’s largest tractor company (by volume)...

March 29, 2021

Genfitt Knowledge Report: Covid-19 impacted ‘more on operations than trade’

Genfitt Knowledge Report: Covid-19 impacted ‘more on operations than trade’

A new report has found that agri-businesses in the machinery, spare parts and retail sector have felt the impact from...

November 2, 2020

Silage 2020: This year’s top safety tips for farmers and contractors

Silage 2020: This year’s top safety tips for farmers and contractors

The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) is reminding farmers and contractors to take extra care during the...

May 14, 2020

Revisited: What takes place behind the scenes at the Keenan factory in Co. Carlow?

Revisited: What takes place behind the scenes at the Keenan factory in Co. Carlow?

The following article is not necessarily beef related. However, we feel it deserves an honourable mention, as it’s not everyday...

December 27, 2019

Survey results: Which machinery brand comes out on top?

Survey results: Which machinery brand comes out on top?

The ‘state of the nation’ survey – conducted with almost 3,000 farmer participants in recent weeks by AgriLand and Empathy...

November 3, 2019

What have familiar faces in the machinery trade to say about the Irish market?

What have familiar faces in the machinery trade to say about the Irish market?

Despite relatively healthy sales of new tractors, some farmers and contractors are struggling with significant price rises for new machinery...

March 23, 2019

Video: Putting the ‘manufacture’ of machinery into a new perspective

Video: Putting the ‘manufacture’ of machinery into a new perspective

AgriLand paid a visit to the recent scale model show (Sunday, November 4) at The Hub, Kilkenny, which played host...

November 30, 2018

Range of machinery to go under the hammer in Tipperary

Range of machinery to go under the hammer in Tipperary

A range of farm machinery is set to go under the hammer tomorrow morning (Sunday, September 16) in Co. Tipperary....

September 15, 2018

Behind the scenes of a €360 million machinery company

Behind the scenes of a €360 million machinery company

Recently, Lemken – a German company that distributes agricultural machinery to over 50 countries – opened the doors of its...

September 9, 2018

Best or worst of both worlds? See how it’s done in Donegal

Best or worst of both worlds? See how it’s done in Donegal

This contraption (pictured above) belongs to Ashley Vaughan (and his father) from Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. It will be familiar to...

June 26, 2018

Pics: Variety of farm machinery on offer in midlands auction

Pics: Variety of farm machinery on offer in midlands auction

An extensive range of farm machinery is on offer this weekend, as Hennessy Auctioneers holds its monthly machinery auction. Following...

June 22, 2018

‘Ploughing’ set for ‘record-breaking’ return in just 15 weeks

‘Ploughing’ set for ‘record-breaking’ return in just 15 weeks

A total of 90% of the stand space for the National Ploughing Championships 2018 is already booked up in Screggan,...

June 9, 2018

HSA is working with one hand tied behind its back

HSA is working with one hand tied behind its back

Martin O’Halloran, the chief executive of the Health and Safety Authority (HSA), went on radio earlier this week to discuss...

May 14, 2018

Stay safe this weekend

Stay safe this weekend

This weekend will be the busiest so far on Irish farms and rural roads in 2018. Over the past couple...

March 31, 2018

Do you think you have a chance against a PTO?

Do you think you have a chance against a PTO?

Farming is the most dangerous occupation in Ireland. Last year, it accounted for over 50% of fatalities in all workplaces,...

February 23, 2018