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Case IH Agriculture

As someone who makes their living from the earth, from farming or contracting, you have many roles. You are an agronomist and scientist, innovator and inventor, entrepreneur and financier, technician and engineer, and primarily a caretaker.

In addition, you manage one of the most elaborate and complicated journeys from your farm to the rest of the world around you – or far away. Nobody understands that journey better than Case IH and we want to be your preferred partner. At Case IH, we’re here to support you as you grow food, fibre and fuel for the world.

We bring you innovative products and market leading agricultural solutions and services. We take on challenges for you. We make life easier for you. We provide you with peace of mind.

JCB

JCB has been pioneering the telehandler concept since 1977. Since then, we’ve remained the world’s first choice, and the JCB telehandler range has come to epitomise the very highest levels of performance and productivity. Not only that but the JCB Loadall lineup is one of the most extensive in the world, with competitive running costs, world-beating build quality, enviable versatility and top residual values.

Our telehandler range is over 30-strong, from compact models for accessing restricted sites to 4.1-tonne payload, 17m lift height machines. There’s an accompanying vast choice of attachments. Part of the reason that the JCB telehandler has stayed ahead of the competition is our continued commitment to innovation. Most JCB telehandlers feature our world-renowned Dieselmax engine while all are designed for ultimate manoeuvrability and feature 3 different steer modes. There are specialist application packages too, like our Wastemaster range.

Giltrap Engineering

You told us you needed a tip trailer with a high tipping angle and high ground clearance for easy unloading. You wanted a trailer with a low centre of gravity for stability. You needed a versatile trailer guaranteed to lift to capacity, so we’ve done all that and more.

Giltrap have been manufacturing agricultural trailers since 1959 to become the largest selling trailer in New Zealand, and they are found throughout Australia, Southeast Asia, the South Pacific, South America and South Africa. We design and build a wide range of trailers from a 3 tonne flat deck multi-purpose model up to specialised 14 tonne capacity earthmoving trailers. Our wealth of experience has given us the opportunity to refine and perfect our designs, so that you can be guaranteed of buying a trailer that you know will be right for your job, and will give you many years of trouble free use.

Claas

CLAAS is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of agricultural equipment. Established in 1913, this family-owned German company now employs over 11,000 people globally. The CLAAS Harvest Centre network has proudly represented CLAAS in New Zealand since 1998 and Australia since 2001.

August Claas established his engineering works in 1913 to manufacture straw balers. His development of an improved knotter in 1921 provided the cornerstone of the company’s growth and success. CLAAS has since lodged more than 3000 patents for innovation in agricultural engineering and technology. CLAAS is Europe’s market leader in combine harvesters, self-propelled forage harvesters, balers and greenline equipment. Established in 1913, this privately owned family company is based in Harsewinkel, Germany, and operates production, sales and service sites around the world and employs over 11,000 people globally.

Kuhn

The KUHN Group offers a wide choice of agricultural machinery to meet every farmer's requirements. Whether you are a farmer or a dealer, you will find the best equipment to satisfy your needs: ploughs with 2 to 12 bodies, tools for soil preparation, and a wide range of seed drilling equipment. Our in-line and single-seed drills adapt to all types of seeding operations, and our combination seed drills complete the range perfectly.

Our fertiliser spreaders are easy to adjust, and ensure precise fertiliser application. The KUHN trademark is also renowned for its hay-making equipment, with more than 33 models of mowers covering all fodder harvesting work. Our new products for feeding and bedding animals and for landscape maintenance will also satisfy the most demanding professionals.

Hustler

Hustler has been designing and building farm equipment since 1961. We combine a love for machines with creativity, an understanding of farming, and a passion for discovering better ways to do everyday tasks.

Our head office location in one of New Zealand’s key agricultural regions keeps us in touch with the requirements of some of the world’s best farmers. We listen, we observe, and we challenge the status quo to develop products that meet the evolving needs of agriculture. Industry-leading technology ensures meticulous manufacturing standards.

All new Hustler products undergo a grueling test programme, When they survive we stand behind them with our two-year warranty and our global dealer network.

Krone

Professional hay and forage producers all over the world choose KRONE, and for good reason. KRONE's equipment offers exceptional value over its competition because every KRONE machine is built to a higher standard. We understand that each second of downtime is lost revenue when harvesting hay and forage crops, which is why KRONE mowers, tedders, rakes, balers and harvesters are built to stand the rigours of harvest year after year, keeping producers in the field during the most crucial times.

As technology makes hay and forage harvesting even faster and more efficient, KRONE continues to listen to our customers and invest heavily in research and development to ensure that our equipment meets and exceeds their performance and revenue expectations.

Sam Machinery

Coombridge & Alexander Ltd, home of SAM Machinery, is a Waikato-based company with more than 70 years’ experience designing and producing agricultural products.

SAM Fertiliser Spreaders, Feed Wagons and Hydraulic Trailers are known for their practical design and easy to use operation. Their quality is guaranteed, with every SAM machine built tough for lasting performance.

Amazone

AMAZONE is a global leader in fertiliser spreading, spraying, cultivation and seeding technology. Established in Germany in 1883, this family-owned company employs more than 1800 people across six manufacturing sites. The CLAAS Harvest Centre network has proudly represented AMAZONE in New Zealand since 1998 and Australia since 2001. AMAZONE develop and produce innovative agricultural technology with industry-leading standards of quality that incorporate the latest development in technology and modern, economical arable farming systems.

We develop and produce innovative agricultural machinery to a high standard of quality, taking into consideration the needs of modern and economical arable farming systems. In this way we help contribute to the success of our customers.

Duncan AG

Duncan Ag is a family owned business with a long history of innovation and quality going back over three Clough family generations.

DOur story started as WR Clough and Sons Ltd, founded by Manawatu blacksmith Bill Clough and his rugged swamp ploughs in 1937, and we have continued making tough, indispensable farm machinery ever since. Duncan Ag produces equipment that is now sold world wide and remains proudly made in New Zealand.

Fencepro

Fencepro post drivers, post rammers and pile drivers are at the leading edge of both design and function, due to the ongoing research and development from a dedicated team. Every day, feedback from owners and operators in the field is listened to, discussed, and as soon as possible – put into action.

This gradual but persistent refinement of the range ensures they are getting safer, faster to use, more versatile and importantly, even longer lasting.

The Team at Farmgear Ltd are committed to manufacturing a world class product that suits the New Zealand fencing market down to the ground.

Tulloch Farm Machines

We all have new technology. But how well does it actually work? At Tulloch Farm Machines, our focus is on making our technology work better for you, by making sure that it is suited to our (sometimes difficult) New Zealand conditions.

The company underlying philosophy is all about giving our customers value for money. How do we do this? Often you'll find that you can buy a less expensive machine by buying a competitor brand.

At Tulloch Farm Machines, we have built up a reputation for giving exceptional after sales support, so that over the life of the machine, you'll come out with higher productivity, less down time and a better return on your investment.