A better-than-expected harvest last year has helped boost fortunes at one of Scotland’s main Claas dealerships.
Tracks in place of tyres have become an established option on large tractors and also combine harvesters as a means of spreading the load over a larger soil surface area, and now the concept has been applied to self-propelled forage harvesters.
One of Scotland’s main Claas dealerships, Sellars Agriculture, is expanding into the central belt.
Claas has revealed details of a number of new options being made available next season for its Quadrant 4200, 5200 and 5300 balers.
The popularity of Claas machinery has been steadily rising since several combines arrived in the UK in 1947.
Farm machinery giant Claas has expanded its offering with the launch of new balers.
One of Scotland's main Claas dealerships - Sellars Agriculture - experienced a 96.5% drop in profits last year.
At first glance it seems that it is impossible to keep on improving combine harvester outputs but manufacturers keep proving otherwise.