Farmers using Väderstad Rapid trailed drills who want to apply seed and fertiliser at variable rates within fields can now do so without needing ISOBUS electronics thanks to new controller software.
British machinery manufacturer JCB has launched a new range of Loadall agricultural telescopic handlers.
Farmers looking to upgrade their telehandler were offered new candidates at the LAMMA show.
Scottish machinery dealers sold more than 1,400 new tractors last year, according to the Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA).
Dairy and beef producers looking to replace a tired diet feeder this winter have a “no frills” option in the new Strautmann Verti-Mix 1201 launched by Opico at AgriScot.
Losses narrowed at farm, construction and groundcare machinery company Ravenhill Ltd last year.
Scottish farm machinery dealer AM Phillip Agritech enjoyed a boost in turnover last year.
Back in the late 1930s, many tractor manufacturers started to develop new lines of products ready to capitalise on expanding markets.
Farmers and crofters have been told to be careful of VAT and legal pitfalls when selling second-hand farm machinery.
Farm machinery dealers are enjoying a boost in sales, according to figures from the Agricultural Engineers Association.
Place a bet on which new machines will grab the headlines after the Royal Highland Show and a new self-propelled diet feeder from Kverneland should be a safe enough punt.
One of Scotland’s main Claas dealerships, Sellars Agriculture, is expanding into the central belt.
The new X8 VT-Drive range of tractors from McCormick is now available to test drive and order.
Scottish tractor sales increased by 10% last year, according to figures from the Agricultural Engineers Association (AEA).
After the Massey Ferguson (MF) 65 tractor was launched at Smithfield in December 1957 shipments would begin to move out to dealers and customers in the new year of 1958.
Scotland has longed for an off-season, large-scale indoor show dedicated to the veteran, vintage and classic tractors and farm machinery movement.
British machinery giant JCB has added a new model to its range of telescopic wheeled loaders.
A century ago the first tractors offered by Henry Ford arrived on these shores and ever since Fordson, Ford and now New Holland tractors have been hugely popular.
Case IH has expanded its Puma tractor range with new entry-level models.
One of the most popular tractors on the vintage scene today is the little Fordson Dexta.
Today Deutz tractors are a familiar sight in the fields of Britain since they started to arrive here in numbers during the 1970s.
Murphy Agricultural Machinery has been appointed Deutz-Fahr dealer for Aberdeenshire.
Scottish specialist farm machinery manufacturer ScanStone has launched two new potato and vegetable windrower machines.
A difficult and challenging time in the agricultural sector has been blamed for a drop in turnover and profits at New Holland and Grimme specialist dealer Agricar last year.
John Deere has unveiled details of its new range of variable chamber round balers being launched for the 2018 season.
Claas has revealed details of a number of new options being made available next season for its Quadrant 4200, 5200 and 5300 balers.
Farm machinery manufacturer John Deere has unveiled details of a new range of automated combines being launched to the market next year.
Scots machinery dealer A.M. Phillip Agritech Ltd has formed a new supply partnership with Kubota UK.
The popularity of Claas machinery has been steadily rising since several combines arrived in the UK in 1947.
Sometimes a design comes brand new from the drawing board while sometimes it is the result of varying factors influencing the final product.
This year's North East Model Farm and Construction Show drew a bigger crowd as it filled two halls of Newmachar's splendid Axis Centre.
Go down the stationary engine lines at any vintage show or rally and you will always come across several examples of the Lister D.